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Thank you for the successful launch of CO2NNECT 2018! Videos of all presentations from CO2NNECT 2018 and other information from the event can be found BY clicking the "watch" tab above.

 

We are excited to announce CO2NNECT 2019 will be held on May 20-22nd in Jackson, WY. pre-register below, More details coming soon!

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Pre-register for CO2NNECT 2019 now and get the opportunity to register one week before registration opens to the public! CO2NNECT 2019 will be held May 20-22 in Jackson, WY.

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Why

Carbon capture represents a cost-effective global solution for meeting the world’s energy needs, while creating jobs and reducing CO2 emissions, yet it remains poorly understood in most leadership circles, the media and the public. To the extent there is awareness, perspectives continue to be shaped by misconceptions, which often receive disproportionate attention in our polarized public discourse. Carbon capture is THE essential clean energy opportunity – and yet it has the lowest profile on our national energy agenda.


What

Held in one of North America’s premier venues, invited guests heard compelling presentations from the nation’s top experts and innovators in the field and participated in interactive dialogue with leaders across sectors, small-group meetings, meals and conversation in an informal setting.  CO2NNECT 2018 participants learned the latest on emerging technologies, policy solutions, and cutting-edge projects, and used their expertise and experience to help devise strategies and align efforts for elevating carbon capture on our public agenda and scaling it up in the marketplace.


Who

CO2NNECT 2018 hosts, the Great Plains Institute and other event organizers curated a guest list that included elected and appointed leaders from federal and state government; industry executives and leading entrepreneurs from energy, industrial, manufacturing, technology, and finance sectors; individual philanthropists and foundation executives; leaders of major industrial labor unions, environmental and conservation organizations, and think tanks/public policy organizations; and journalists and opinion leaders.