Advancing understanding of public policy issues in the utility industry through the Wisconsin Idea
Tuesday & Thursday Evenings 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Starts: July 15 – Ends: August 7
Engineering Physics 602
1610 Engineering Hall
The aim of argument, or of discussion, should not be victory, but progress.
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 expectation’s.
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This Series Is Offered Free of Charge
The activities of the Institute follow the "Wisconsin Idea" of applying the resources of the University to meet the need for information outside of the University's boundary. The Institute achieves its mission through the exchange, creation, integration, transfer and application of knowledge. It provides forums for discussion, dialog, and debate on public policy issues. It engages innovative programming enhanced by creative use of advanced information technologies and effective communication techniques. Furthermore, it fosters research that enriches and complements its information and education programs and services.