Purdue Energy Forum was formed by a group of college students at Purdue University who embraced a common desire to combat the impending energy crisis. We took what was the Purdue Energy Club and built upon it a more aggressive staging for an attempt to educate our peers, neighbors, and ourselves. Our founders have followed the news, bearing witness of countless acts of failure to build a alternative system of energy production, transportation, and use. These efforts have not survived for a multitude of reasons, but we will employ our time and desire to discover the truth about the future of the energy industry. Purdue Energy Forum hopes to provide a forum for assembly of Purdue University students each month with an industry speaker. This starts the debate and gets students focusing on the much needed solutions for creation of long-term energy solutions, whatever it may be. With campus achievement, we then hope to take our operation to the nation spotlight, aiding the nation movement of energy research and application.
The first step toward nation success involves hosting Indiana's Honorable Senator Richard G. Lugar. Senator Lugar has been an advocate for energy progress including his annual energy summits, dedication of the Richard G. Lugar Center for Renewable Energy, and awarding Indiana citizens with the achievement of Energy Patriot. Purdue Energy Forum will then be hosting the 4th Annual Richard G. Lugar Collegiate Energy Summit at Purdue University this September.
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