2018 Agenda (2019 Agenda to be announced)*
*Locations and final panel orders are subject to change - final agenda will be present at the symposium
Friday, November 2, 2018
7:00pm Invited Guest Dinner (Location: Sheraton Commander Hotel)
10:00pm Alumni Reception (Location: Grafton Street Pub)
Saturday, November 3, 2018
8:15-9:00am Registration and Breakfast (Klarman Reception Hall)
9:00-9:30am Keynote Address: Helge Hove Haldorsen, VP of Investor Relations, Equinor (Klarman Auditorium)
9:30-9:50am Keynote Address: Basil Abul-Hamayel, President & CEO, Aramco Services Company (Klarman Auditorium)
Saturday, November 2, 2019
Harvard Business School
Innovation & Digitalization in Energy (Aldrich 110)
Energy Storage: the Key to a Renewable Energy Future (Spangler Auditorium)
Energy Investment in Developing Economies (Aldrich 111)
Role of the End User - Industrial and Residential (Aldrich 110)
Investing in Private Equity and Debt (Spangler Auditorium)
New Technologies for Grid flexibility - storage and block chain (Aldrich 112)
12:40-1-:45pm Lunch Reception & Networking (Spangler Williams Room & Meredith Room)
1:45-2:30pm Keynote Address: Bryan Martin, CEO, D.E. Shaw Renewables (Klarman Auditorium)
2:45-3:45pm Case Study: ENEL: The Future of Energy (Pre-registration required in morning — Spangler Auditorium) & HBS Energy Start-Up Competition (Klarman Auditorium)
4:00-5:30pm Energy Happy Hour (Williams Room)
What is the dress code for the conference?
The attire is business casual.
Who can attend the conference?
Everyone is invited to join us! Historically, attendance has consisted of an even mix of over 700 energy professionals and graduate students.
What meals will be provided?
On Saturday, the Symposium will provide a light breakfast during registration and bagged lunch for every conference attendee. Coffee and snacks will be provided throughout the day.
Where can I go for other meals, errands or shopping?
Harvard Square and Central Square (each a 10-15 minute walk from campus) have a diverse collection of restaurants, bars, and shops. See harvardsquare.com for a list of restaurants in the area.
What services are available on campus?
The HBS campus offers several dining options, an ATM, a taxi stand, and the school bookstore.
I am a prospective applicant. Can I tour the campus and learn about HBS while I am there?
Of course! There are opportunities to take an official tour, attend a class, and even grab lunch with current students if you arrive during the week. For more information, please visit the HBS admissions website.