Sustainable Energy Seminar Series

Seminar Series The Sustainable Energy Seminar Series takes place each semester and features UW-Madison research scientists delivering academic talks about their work in energy innovation.

The Wisconsin Energy Institute helps facilitate a seminar series focused on UW–Madison expertise in sustainable energy. The series provides students and the public with the opportunity to explore sustainable energy solutions, learn about the challenges facing sustainable energy, and interact with experts from across campus.

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Miss out on attending a past seminar or want to rewatch one you were particularly interested in? You can find all of our past live-streamed seminars on the Sustainable Energy Seminar Series playlist on our YouTube channel.

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Feb 13
February 13

The role of carbon dioxide removal in fighting climate change

3:30pm | 1115 Wisconsin Energy Institute (and Online)

In this Sustainable Energy Seminar, Prof. Rob Anex, Professor of Biological Systems Engineering, will discuss the potential for carbon dioxide removal (CDR), particularly novel technologies such as direct air capture with carbon storage, to reduce atmospheric greenhouse gases that drive climate change.