The views on energy between the 44th and 45th President could hardly be more divergent. Why is this such a difficult topic? We all need energy to run our economy. We all want a clean environment in which to live our lives. Few issues are so close to us and yet cause us to be so divided. Join us May 15th for an all-day on-campus event “Energy, Environment, and Economics, the ThrEEEs”. This is the 10th installment of the Spring Forum put on by the Richard G. Lugar Center for Renewable Energy. With 21 speakers and opportunity for audience input this is a great event for energy practitioners, managers, academics, and those interested in the policy and economics of assuring our energy demands. Breakfast, lunch, snack, and parking are included in the $75 registration fee. CLI/CEU credits offered for an additional $25.