What does the future hold for energy?

MSNBC hosts and guests discuss the future of energy.

Host Mika Brzezinski, host Joy Reid and guests join host Joy Behar and guests for a special preview of the second part of their “Power Shift” series.

The panel includes:Power Shift II: What is the future for solar power?

What is the world going to look like in 50 years?

Power Shift III: How will we get there?

Guest: The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) is a not-for-profit trade association representing the solar and wind energy industries.

SEIA’s mission is to advance the electric vehicle and solar power industries.

They also provide research and analysis on the technology and its impact on the U.S. economy.

For more information, visit www.seia.org.

Power Shift IV: What will happen when electric vehicles are a reality?

Guest(s): Energy security expert and retired Gen. James Mattis, energy analyst and co-author of the new book, Solar Power, joins host Joy to discuss how to secure the future.

For more information on this panel, visit: http://www.msnbc.com/msn/power-shift-ii-what-is-the-future-for…

Power Shift I: What are the benefits of solar energy?

What are the downsides?

Guest Mika Behar: The Power Shift series on MSNBC, “PowerShift II,” is a preview of “Powershift III,” the final part of the series on the topic.

In this first installment, host and MSNBC panelist Joy Beham, former National Security Advisor to President Donald Trump, talks with the panel about how solar energy could improve energy security, and how solar will change the way the U:S.

government operates.

In addition to this installment, guests include:Solar Energy Industry Association (SECA), an independent trade association for the solar energy industry, has more than 2.5 million members and is active in more than 60 countries.

For the second installment, hosts Mika Brezinksi and Joy Reid will discuss how solar can help reduce the US. carbon footprint, and what it means for America’s energy security.

For the latest information on solar energy and the world’s energy, visit http://solarenergy.org/ .