THE GREAT DEBATE: Is Energy Independence Possible & a Good Thing?
Aug 02, 2010 in Web News
THE GREAT DEBATE: IS ENERGY INDEPENDENCE POSSIBLE & A GOOD THING?
Basin PBS Produces/Texas Lyceum Hosts Forum to Air Statewide on Texas PBS Stations
August 6, 2010 – Is energy independence really possible and would it be as good for Texas and the U.S. as conventional wisdom suggests?
As we analyze our state’s growth, how will new technologies and the growth in renewable energy impact Texas' decision-making?
Join Basin PBS and The Texas Lyceum as we produce THE GREAT DEBATE for air on PBS stations across Texas. Take part as we examine the state and the nation’s energy direction. Experts from across Texas will be on hand to discuss how much energy Texas will need for the future, where it will come from, how we will make sure we have enough and how we will ensure that it’s a diversified mix.
WHAT: THE GREAT DEBATE: Is Energy Independence Possible & a Good Thing?
WHEN: Friday, August 6, 2pm
WHERE: UTPB Center for Energy & Economic Development, Hwy 191 & FM 1788
WHO: The Texas Lyceum and Basin PBS
Krys Boyd, Host, Texas Lyceum Director and journalist KERA-TV, Dallas
Paul Sadler, Executive Director, The Wind Commission
Elizabeth Ames Jones, Texas Railroad Commission
Dale Klein, Associate Director, Energy Institute, University of Texas at Austin
Raymond Orbach, Ph.D., Director, Energy Institute, University of Texas at Austin
The Great Debate: Is Energy Independence Possible & a Good Thing? will air on Basin PBS Thursday, September 23 at 8pm and Sunday, September 26 at 6pm and will air on PBS stations across Texas on September 23 & 26. Check local listings.
This production is the third in a series of Lyceum-hosted and Texas PBS-produced forums based on topics Texas residents indicated as most important in the annual Texas Lyceum poll. Previous forums have examined cyber security and health care.