Mudd Talks: “Powering the Energy Transition: Big Changes During the 2020s,” Brian Maul ’00

October 13, 2021 Add to Calendar

5–6 p.m.



The Harvey Mudd Office of Alumni & Parent Relations presents the virtual discussion series Mudd Talks.

Reliable, affordable electricity has powered many of the most important inventions of the last 200 years, from artificial light to computing and the Internet, and access is essential to modern life and economic equity. How we continue to power the next century of human development without the climate impacts of the last century is one of the defining challenges of our time. Brian Maul '00 (engineering) will discuss the state of the energy transition in the U.S., the surprising changes of the last several years and where we go from here.

This event is open to everyone. Students, faculty, staff, parents and alumni are welcome to join.

Brian Maul '00 (engineering) is principal at Maul Energy Advisors where he provides strategy and other management consulting services to a variety of firms leading the energy transition. He is passionate about how we power humanity and solving the challenges to doing so sustainably. Prior to consulting, Maul led a development and construction management firm serving private equity investors in U.S. renewable energy projects; he has closed over $1B in energy transactions in his career. In addition to being a proud Mudder, he is a graduate of Rice Business School.