Major EAP Events

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.

EAP 2021 Energy Conference

Save the date! On October 7–8, 2021, EAP will host a major energy conference on campus at Union South. This two-day conference will explore diverse, policy-relevant energy topics, with a focus on the energy transition.

COVID-19 Notice

All in-person campus events are cancelled through June 30. Even if an event is not yet labeled as canceled, it’s likely to be canceled, postponed or modified to online only.

Upcoming EAP Events

There are no upcoming events at this time.

Campus Energy Events

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Past Events

  • Nemet releases book on solar energy’s success and lessons for low-carbon innovation

    Photo from How Solar Energy Became Cheap book launch party In his first book, How Solar Energy Became Cheap: A Model for Low-Carbon Innovation, Prof. Greg Nemet details the success story of solar energy and …

  • EAP Thought Leaders Meeting 2019

    In May 2019, UW–Madison’s Energy Analysis and Policy graduate certificate program convened a group of Thought Leaders to strategize the future of EAP. Over the course of two days, we discussed innovative projects, learned from …

  • EAP Chicago Trip – April 2019

    In April 2019, UW–Madison’s Energy Analysis and Policy (EAP) graduate certificate program took our third annual trip to Chicago. We spent two days learning, networking, bonding, and having fun. Thanks to our generous hosts and …

  • Hang attends Better Buildings conference

    April Hang, an EAP Ph.D student in the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies and the Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, recently received an EAP professional development and travel grant to attend a conference in …

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The EAP program is part of the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, partnered with the Wisconsin Energy Institute