Upcoming Events

Feb
25
Thu
8:00 am Community-Based Solar
Community-Based Solar
Feb 25 @ 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Community-Based Solar @ Rm 335, Pyle Center, UW Madison | Madison | Wisconsin | United States
Open to anyone interested in the future of community-based solar options for Wisconsin Community-Based Solar in Wisconsin, Thurs. Feb. 25, 2016   Agenda 8:00     Introduction.  Cara Lee Mahany Braithwait, Director, WPUI 8:15     [...]
Mar
1
Tue
9:00 am Public Utilities Law Update 2016
Public Utilities Law Update 2016
Mar 1 @ 9:00 am – 1:45 pm
Public Utilities Law Update 2016 @ The Pyle Center | Madison | Wisconsin | United States
Public Utilities Law Update 2016 A Review of PSCW Cases and Activities, and a Discussion of the Clean Power Plan Agenda 9:00-9:05 – Introduction Tom Miller, Milwaukee Assistant City Attorney 9:05-10:05 – Annual Update of Activities at the Public[...]
May
20
Fri
8:30 am Forecasting Future Energy Trends
Forecasting Future Energy Trends
May 20 @ 8:30 am – 12:30 pm
Market Inflection Drivers for Electricity: Tracking the Trends Proposed Date:  May 20th, 2016 A four part series to explore the physical, investment, pricing and customer effects of a market undergoing massive change. Trends: Who, what,[...]
Jul
12
Tue
8:30 am Energy Industry Trends: Capital Markets
Energy Industry Trends: Capital...
Jul 12 @ 8:30 am – 12:30 pm
Energy Industry Trends:  Capital Markets @ Pyle Center
Market Inflection Drivers for Electricity: Tracking the Trends Proposed date: July 12, 2016 A four part series to explore the physical, investment, pricing and customer effects of a market undergoing massive change. Trends: Who, what,[...]
Aug
16
Tue
8:30 pm Pricing Trends for a New Paradigm
Pricing Trends for a New Paradigm
Aug 16 @ 8:30 pm – 12:30 pm
Market Inflection Drivers for Electricity: Tracking the Trends Proposed Date:  August 16, 2016 A four part series to explore the physical, investment, pricing and customer effects of a market undergoing massive change. Trends: Who, what,[...]
Sep
16
Fri
8:30 am Customer Expectations
Customer Expectations
Sep 16 @ 8:30 am – 12:30 pm
Market Inflection Drivers for Electricity: Tracking the Trends Proposed Date:  September 16, 2016 A four part series to explore the physical, investment, pricing and customer effects of a market undergoing massive change. Trends: Who, what,[...]
Sep
26
Mon
8:00 am Energy Utility Basics 2016
Energy Utility Basics 2016
Sep 26 @ 8:00 am – Sep 30 @ 12:00 pm
About the Program and Draft Agenda 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[...]

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