Latin American Student Energy Summit 2014

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When: 19th – 20th June 2014

Where: National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico

Pre- registration: http://studentenergysummits.com/

Website: http://www.studentenergy.org/

Facebook: facebook.com/StudentEnergyLatinAmerica

Student Energy is a global nonprofit organization that is creating the next generation of energy leaders committed to transitioning the world to a sustainable future.

Since its conception, the organization has strived for students all around the world to take the lead in energy related issues, not only technology, but politics and regulations as well, for they will become the leaders of tomorrow.

By organizing the International Student Energy Summit, the organization has brought together thousands of outstanding students and has come to the conclusion that energy issues aren’t the same all around the world. In order to help youth search for more specialized improvements in energy Regional Summits came up.

Mexico City, being one of the most multicultural cities in the world, will be hosting the summit that will bring together students from all over the continent. Among its large, 20 million, population energy problems aren’t missed, for the electricity needed to boost this megatropolis has to travel a long way from different spots around the country. This regional summit will happen at the same time as other four in different cities around the world, making the 19th and 20th an international gathering of youth interested in shaping the right future for tomorrow.

LASES will take place in the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) where the three key topics to discuss are:

● Markets and Regulations analyzes the context of the current energy system by evaluating the market forces and policies that influence its development.

● Global Energy Dynamics addresses how energy impacts geopolitics and global developments as the world becomes increasingly interdependent.

● Technology and Innovation focuses on new processes and technologies being developed and implemented in both conventional and alternative disciplines.

With a multidisciplinary program, leading experts will leave students with a better understanding of the main energy challenges in Latin America and the whole world.

The goal for the summit is to Educate, Unite and Inspire students to be the change they want to see in the world, to empower them with the right knowledge and perspective to tackle the roadahead of us.

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Jan Wypijewski

Deputy Editor-in-Chief of YoungPetro, in pursuit of his B.Sc. degree in Oil&Gas Engineering at AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow.

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