By Alexander Landa, Outreach and Communications Manager

Are you free this Friday at all? Well, if you want an excuse to begin the weekend early, it's not too late to attend the Second Annual Energy Conference on September 30th at Northeastern University Campus. Organized by the Energy Systems Society, this event will be covering a wide array of topics relating to energy, such as looking at renewable energy from an entrepreneur standpoint, and making connections between big data analytics and energy.

As described on the event's homepage, “The mission of the Northeastern University Energy Systems Society (ESS) is to bridge the gap between industry and academia, as well as development and sustainability. Engaging students and professionals from across the energy spectrum, the conference will establish a solution-based discussion to energy problems. This will not only serve as a knowledge platform, but will also help address serious sustainability issues that the current world faces. Conference registration will be open to the general public, including students, staff and faculty from neighboring colleges and universities, industry and government representatives, and other organizations in the Greater Boston and New England area. 

This unique event will be taking place Friday, September 30th, from 8:00AM to 7:00PM at Northeastern University's Curry Student Center (360 Huntington Ave., Boston MA).

You can register here.

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