About the Energy Policy Institute & Center for Advanced Energy Studies
The Energy Policy Institute is an integral part of the Center for Advanced Energy Studies (CAES), which is a public/private partnership between the Idaho National Laboratory, Boise State University, the University of Idaho, Idaho State University, and the University of Wyoming. EPI provides robust and timely research that meets the challenges of an increasingly carbon-constrained economy, which include the need for energy and environmental security, as well as sustainable economic development. More
EPI Welcomes Jim Rogers as Keynote Speaker for 2015 EPRC
Jim Rogers was the chairman of the board at Duke Energy until his retirement on December 31, 2013. He also served as Duke Energy's president and CEO from April 2006 until July 1, 2013.
During his 25 years as a CEO in the utility industry, Rogers engineered a series of acquisitions and mergers creating the largest electric utility in the U.S., as measured by market capitalization. He also owned and/or operated assets in 17 countries in Africa, South Asia, Europe, and Central and Latin America. Under Rogers' leadership, Duke Energy was recognized as a leader in sustainability.
In 2013, Rogers was awarded the Edison Electric Institute's Distinguished Leadership Award by his industry peers in recognition of his 25 years of service and exemplary contributions to the electric utility industry. The Alliance to Save Energy honored Rogers with its Lifetime Achievement Award. More
Call for Paper Proposals Closes May 22! Submit Your Proposal Today!
We are especially looking for panels and papers that highlight: The Future of Coal, Regulation and Regionalization, Market Design & Implementation, Small Modular Reactors, and Renewables Integration
We are also seeking innovative panel subjects and papers that include but are not limited to: Advanced Manufacturing, Natural Gas, Hydrogen, Geopolitics & Energy, Microgrids, Electricity Markets, Energy R&D, Energy Storage, Smart Grid, Cybersecurity, Nuclear Power, Public Lands, Wind, Solar, Geothermal, Distributed Energy, Energy Efficiency, Life Cycle Analysis, Transportation, Energy & Water Nexus, Energy Efficiency, Oil, Bioenergy, Climate Change, and Individual and household behavior.