By A. Lee Graham
The role of distributed power in the new unconventionals economy takes the forefront when a General Electric official speaks at TCU’s Kenneth W. Davis Jr. lecture series.
Set for Monday Oct. 20, the Texas Christian University event will feature Hannah Kaplan, GE’s distributed power global oil and gas vertical leader. Kaplan will discuss General Electric’s long-term view of oil and gas, commercial and strategic collaborations to deliver power solutions the meet consumer and industry needs.
“Having GE present its ‘Distributed Power in the New Unconventionals Economy’ is exciting for our students and the industry,” said Dr. Ken Morgan, director of the TCU Energy Institute, commenting in a news release.
The 5-7 p.m. event takes place at the Brown-Lupton University Union Auditorium, 2901 Stadium Dr. Admission is free to the public event, and attendees can RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by Oct. 17, 2014.
The Davis Lectureship was created with an endowment given to the TCU Energy Institute by Kenneth W. Davis Jr. The speaker series brings features guest speakers with expertise in energy-related fields, to promote knowledge about the energy industry, energy management, cutting-edge energy technology and other energy-related subject matter.