Upcoming Events

Jul
19
Sun
3:00 pm EEI Electric Rate Advanced Course 2015
EEI Electric Rate Advanced Cours...
Jul 19 @ 3:00 pm – Jul 22 @ 11:30 am
EEI’s 2015 Electric Rate Advanced Course teaches students ratemaking tools to meet today’s business challenges. This year, the curriculum presents: An overview of ratemaking basics a review of what the student should know to get the most[...]
Aug
3
Mon
all-day EEI Transmission School
EEI Transmission School
Aug 3 – Aug 7 all-day
EEI Transmission School @ Pyle Center | Madison | Wisconsin | United States
This course offers many benefits to you, including: Understanding the pricing of transmission services in a competitive market Learning how to evaluate transmission expansion alternatives Learning about seams and interregional coordination Hearing case studies from[...]
Oct
5
Mon
8:00 am Energy Utility Basics 2015
Energy Utility Basics 2015
Oct 5 @ 8:00 am – Oct 9 @ 12:00 pm
Energy Utility Basics is an intensive course on the fundamental concepts critical to being conversant in today’s energy industry. Course content is updated yearly as technology, regulation, competition and markets evolve.  WPUI has proudly presented this[...]
Nov
3
Tue
all-day Community Based Solar
Community Based Solar
Nov 3 all-day
Community Based Solar @ Tong Auditorium in the Engineering Centers Building | Madison | Wisconsin | United States
Open to anyone interested in the future of community-based solar options for Wisconsin Co-Sponsored by:  Draft Agenda 9:00 am      Brian Rude, Dairyland Power Cooperative, Cara Lee Mahany Braithwait Introductions to the program 9:15-[...]

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Wisconsin Public Utility Institute’s mission is to advance understanding of public policy issues in the electricity, telecommunications, and gas industries.

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News Bulletin

  • View video and presentation slides from our June 25 program, "The Undiluted Cost of Energy and Water." The program focused on challenges in supplying water and the associated interactions with energy requirements. Presenters from state, regional and national perspectives discussed the complex financial, consumer, energy, and federal and state rules that play a role in water management.
  • Upcoming UW-Madison MOOC: Energy and the Earth Energy consumption and its consequences have spurred some of the most important public debates of our time. We are currently confronted by an unprecedented paradox: the negative consequences of fossil fuel combustion have never been clearer (pardon the pun). However, oil and gas extraction are experiencing a technological revolution. Attend this course and prepare yourself to engage in this public debate confident of your facts.

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WPUI programs bring together utility experts from a diverse set of backgrounds in order to provide fair and balanced treatment of all the issues covered in the Institute’s special topics seminars and professional courses.

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