Major EAP Events
On October 6–7, 2022, the Energy Analysis and Policy (EAP) program hosted a major energy conference addressing the potential for satellite data to support energy decision-making around supply, demand, and environmental impacts.
EAP Exchange Series
EAP hosts a series of live webinars with expert leaders who engage in conversations on timely energy topics and answer questions from the audience.
Annual Networking Trip
Each spring, EAP takes students to tour a variety of energy organizations and network with professionals across the energy sector. This trip gives students a better understanding of what it can look like to work in the energy sector.
Upcoming EAP Events
There are no upcoming events at this time.
Campus Energy Events
- April 3Charging toward better batteries… but why? And how?Sustainable Energy Seminar Series3:30 PM, 1115 Wisconsin Energy Institute
Also offered online
- May 1How to Scale up and Sustain Community Engagement in Environmental PolicymakingIntegrating Digital Crowdsourcing and Data Science with In-Person Engagement (Sustainable Energy Seminar Series)3:30 PM, 1115 Wisconsin Energy Institute
Also offered online
IIASA/UW-Madison Energy & Climate Webinar: What Happened at COP26 and Why It Matters
At the the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26), world leaders reached a new global agreement on climate action following two weeks of negotiations. Additionally, several countries, private funders, and NGOs made new pledges …
EAP Exchange: How do Microreactors Change the Conversation about Nuclear Energy?
The last 5 years have seen a rapid growth in the interest of private companies in developing micro-scale nuclear reactors. With power levels in the 1–10 MW range, these reactors target completely different markets from …
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The EAP program is part of the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, partnered with the Wisconsin Energy Institute