Clean Energy, the US, and China: Are We Falling Behind in Global Competition?

in Digital Technology Sector, Energy & Environment Sector, Global Work, MediaWatch, Sectors, SMG Hot Topics, Video
May 28th, 2010

Clean Energy, the US, and China: Are We Falling Behind in Global Competition?

Video from the event Smart Grid as a Business Platform: Innovation, Adaptation, and Systems Challenges in the Clean Energy Market, held at the Time-Life Center in New York and hosted by Boston University School of Management.

Video from the event “Smart Grid as a Business Platform: Innovation, Adaptation, and Systems Challenges in the Clean Energy Market,” held at the Time-Life Center in New York and hosted by Boston University School of Management.

Here, the panelists discuss the possibility of the US lagging behind other countries such as China in creating and supporting clean energy initiatives.

Moderator:
Louis E. Lataif, Allen Questrom Professor and Dean, Boston University School of Management

Panelists:
Nalin Kulatilaka, The Wing Tat Lee Family Professor in Management, Boston University School of Management
Kenneth Lutchen, Dean, Boston University College of Engineering
Brian Dumaine, Global Editor, Fortune