What’s the Future of Energy?

GIC Program on June 22

What’s the Future of Energy?
Post-Japan & Other Global
Energy Disasters

James Lucier, Energy Analyst
and Managing Director, Capital Alpha Partners

Issues explored:

§ Lessons learned from the Kobe and Tohoku earthquakes, Three Mile Island, and BP Deepwater Horizon

§ Political implications for nuclear power in the US and abroad

§ Status of the Japanese nuclear power industry

§ The future of nuclear energy

James Lucier an energy analyst by profession has also followed the politics and culture of Japan as an avocation for nearly 30 years. He is a Managing Director at Capital Alpha Partners, LLC where he specializes in the fields of energy and environment, climate, tax, and technology policy as well as diverse special situations. His work integrates technical expertise with deep insight into the process and institutions of Washington. In addition to his industry work, Lucier has extensive background in political forecasting. Lucier frequently appears as a speaker at industry conferences and a commentator in the financial press. He lives in Arlington, Virginia.

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

4:45pm · Registration

5:00pm · Remarks
6:30pm-7:30pm · Cocktail Reception

GIC Members: $40 · Non-Members: $60


The Pennsylvania Room · Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia

7th & Arch Streets ·Philadelphia, PA


Global Interdependence Center · 3701 Chestnut Street · Philadelphia, PA 19104 · 215-898-9453 · www.interdependence.org

Cumberland Advisors is a proud sponsor of the GIC.

David R. Kotok, Chairman and Chief Investment Officer

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