Wisconsin Energy Institute Upcoming Events
2014 Energy Summit: A Global Energy Outlook
Save the date! On October 29, the 2014 Energy Summit will bring international stakeholders to UW-Madison for mutually beneficial discussions around pressing technical and policy-related energy issues facing the world. With a focus on addressing energy challenges and demands associated with urbanization and the growing population, the program will unite prominent industry leaders, researchers, policymakers and students.
Decoding the Energy Industry: A Free Summer Energy Utility Basics Course
It is difficult to engage in constructive discussion about our energy future if there is not a common language shared by all participants. This summer series is intended to give you a working vocabulary of energy terms, what they mean, what the options are, and how to use our words to craft our energy future currently under siege by change in technology and public expectations. Brought to you by the Wisconsin Public Utility Institute.
Wisconsin Energy and Sustainability Challenge
Eight student teams competed at the Nelson Institute Earth Day Conference. $13,000 in prize money was awarded. Find out how mealworms can fight hunger around the world and why ridesharing is getting a mobile makeover. The Wisconsin Energy Institute is proud to support the Wisconsin Energy & Sustainability Challenge, a student competition aimed at advancing scientific discovery forward. This challenge combines the Global Stewards Sustainability Prize with the Dvorak Energy Innovation Prize.
A Look Back: Sustainable Energy Seminar Series: Exploring Solutions Small and Large
12:05-12:55 p.m., Fridays from September 6 to December 13, 2013
The Wisconsin Energy Institute is helping facilitate a series of seminars focused on University of Wisconsin–Madison expertise in sustainable energy. The series will allow students and the public to explore sustainable energy solutions from the small to large, learn about the challenges facing sustainable energy and interact with experts from across campus.