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 is Accepting Graduate Assistantship Applications!

The Energy Policy Institute is accepting applications to fill upcoming Graduate Assistant positions. Well-qualified applicants will have a strong understanding of research methods and be able to gather and analyze academic literature. EPI Graduate Assistants receive a competitive stipend (at least $6,825) for each semester, and we will cover all of your tuition and and student fees. Click here to see the full announcement.

EPRC Papers Highlighted in Symposium Issue of The Electricity Journal!

For the second year in a row, EPI has teamed up with Elsevier's The Electricity Journal for a special symposium issue to highlight 10 exceptional papers from this year's Energy Policy Research Conference that took place on September 10-11, 2015 in Denver, Colorado. Highlights from the event included a keynote address from former Duke Energy President and CEO, Jim Rogers, as well as over 50 paper presentations from industry, national laboratories, academia, law firms, and non-profit organizations. More.