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 …
Energy Analysis and Policy
EAP Awards Early 2021 Student Scholarships
Congratulations to Samantha Jurvich, Maitreyee Marathe, and Zachary Thomas, who were selected as early awardees of the 2021 EAP Student Scholarships. We look forward to their involvement in the Energy Analysis & Policy program at …
Meet EAP Student Emma Heins
Emma Heins is a graduate student in EAP and the La Follette School of Public Affairs, where she is studying environmental policy with a focus in public health outcomes in low income communities. Emma serves as the At-Large Graduate Student Representative on UW–Madison’s Sustainability Advisory Council, helping to shape the future of campus’s advancements on sustainability.
Professor Tracey Holloway Bridges Science, Policy, Public Health
For atmospheric scientist Tracey Holloway, it’s all about connection.
Connections between research and policy, connections between air quality and health, and interpersonal connections have driven Holloway, a professor in the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies and Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, throughout her career.
EAP Exchange: What Went Wrong in Texas? Wisconsin Experts Discuss the Recent Devastating Failure of the Energy System
On Friday, February 26, 2021, the Energy Analysis and Policy program hosted the first EAP Exchange webinar: “What Went Wrong in Texas? Wisconsin Experts Discuss the Recent Devastating Failure of the Energy System.” Sharing their insights …
EAP Awards Student Scholarships in 2020
The Energy Analysis and Policy (EAP) graduate certificate program at UW–Madison awarded scholarships to outstanding students newly enrolled in EAP in 2020 and will award another round of scholarships to students joining the program in 2021.
Celebrating Prof. Greg Nemet’s New Book at the Terrace
We are excited to announce that Prof. Greg Nemet’s new book, How Solar Energy Became Cheap: A Model for Low Carbon Innovation, will be released June 12, 2019. To celebrate, the Energy Analysis and Policy …