EAP Exchange Series

The Energy Analysis and Policy (EAP) program hosts live webinars with expert leaders who engage in conversations on timely energy topics and answer questions from the audience. The EAP Exchange Series is open to all to attend — we hope to see you there!

EAP is a graduate certificate program at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, open to almost all students on campus, that provides interdisciplinary education and prepares tomorrow’s energy leaders. If you would like to support energy scholarship, research, and community at UW–Madison, please consider donating to EAP.

Past EAP Exchanges:

Learn more about these important energy topics and watch the webinar recordings by clicking the links below.

How do Microreactors Change the Conversation about Nuclear Energy?

On April 23, 2021, Prof. Paul Wilson of the UW–Madison Department of Engineering Physics and Dr. Jessica Lovering of the Good Energy Collective discussed the role of nuclear microreactors as we pivot to a low-carbon future.

What Went Wrong in Texas? Wisconsin Experts Discuss the Devastating Failure of the Energy System

On February 26, 2021, Prof. Jon Martin of the Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences Department, Prof. Morgan Edwards of the La Follette School of Public Affairs, and nationally recognized commodities expert Max Duckworth discussed how weather and climate intersect with infrastructure, economics, and policy.

Upcoming EAP Exchanges:

As more EAP Exchanges are scheduled, they will be added to this page. To hear about upcoming EAP events, sign up to receive email updates and follow @uw_eap on Twitter and Instagram and @UWMadisonEAP on Facebook.

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