We are thrilled to announce the 2018 Energy Policy Research Conference will be returning to our hometown and held on the campus of Boise State University! This year we will be adding a few new items to the agenda, including a Women in Energy reception and a student poster session. The Call for Paper Proposals will be released in March. Be sure to join our mailing list to get important updates about the conference!
The 2017 Energy Policy Research Conference – EPRC7 — was held September 7-8, 2017 in Park City, UT and was a great success! A big thank you to our Keynote Speaker, Lorenzo Kristov, our sponsors, and the fantastic presenters.
Since 2011, the Energy Policy Research Conference has been bringing researchers together from across the nation and around the globe. To date, EPRC has been held in a number of different venues throughout the Western U.S., including Santa Fe, NM, Denver, CO, San Francisco, CA, Portland, OR, and Boise, ID!
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Daniel M. Kammen, Nobel Laureate, University of California, Berkeley
“EPI’s Energy Policy Research Conference was a uniquely exciting and vibrant experience where researchers and practitioners in diverse aspects of the energy and climate system truly ‘got down to brass tacks’ to examine critical issues for our shared energy and environmental future.”
Brent Steel, Oregon State University
“EPI’s Energy Policy research Conference is a wonderful conference for students, faculty, practitioners, and managers to network and learn about the newest energy policy issues facing the West. Our public policy students have made connections for exciting internships and energy policy related employment, including in the rapidly growing renewable sector.”
Seth Blumsack, Pennsylvania State University
“EPRC is one of the really few opportunities for people from very different backgrounds–from law, political science, engineering, economics, public policy–to get together and have real discussions about common and important issues, not only for our own professional and academic enlightenment, but also for society at large.”