TCC Conference to Explore Emerging Trends in Energy Technology

FORT WORTH, Texas (April 20, 2016)
Tarrant County College invites reporters, students, industry experts and other interested parties to attend the first Center of Excellence for Energy Technology (CEET) Conference to provide insight into emerging trends in energy technology and the automobile.  This event is an opportunity for reporters, industry experts, faculty, students and community members to meet and exchange ideas, discuss issues and explore new technologies.

This year’s conference consists of four general sessions, free lunch and a tour of the 87,000-square-foot Center of Excellence for Energy Technology building. Registration is available at

The conference keynote speakers are:

  • Rachel Croson, Ph.D., Dean of the College of Business, UT Arlington: The Future of Business
  • Jasper Alve, Transportation/Air Quality Planner, NCTCOG: Advantages of Using SmartWay Technologies
  • Kristina Ronneberg, Transportation/Air Quality Planner, NCTCOG: Strategies to Improve Air Quality in North Texas – Vehicles & Energy
  • Whitney Vandiver, Communications Coordinator, NCTCOG: Air North Texas: Air Quality Education in North Central Texas
  • Kenny Bergstrom, Communications Specialist, NCTCOG: Clean Cities, Reducing America’s Dependence on Foreign Oil and Improve Air Quality



Thursday, April 28
8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.



TCC South Campus
Center of Excellence for Energy Technology, Fusion Auditorium
5301 Campus Drive
Fort Worth, Texas 76119