The Klienman Center for Energy Policy at the University of Pennsylvania presents:Read more about April 15: Targeting Energy Justice: Race, Renewables, and Efficiency (U Penn)
For the first time ever, EEI's Global Electrification Forum is open to the public and Dartmouth students are invited to attend!Read more about EEI Global Electrification Forum
Elizabeth Wilson co-authors Niskanen Center blog on the need to reform grid governance to benefit society.
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On Tuesday, March 30 at 12:15 p.m. Julia Chelen of the Dartmouth Institute will discuss her recent research,
Read more about March 30: Electric Industry Discourse on Climate Change and Weather in US SEC Public Disclosures
As the Policy and Business Development Intern, you'll gain experience in the following areas:Read more about Tesla Public Policy Internship
At the request of Congress and the Department of Energy, the National Academies convened a committee of experts to undertake a comprehensive evaluation of the U.S. grid.
Read more about Elizabeth Wilson Co-Authors Congressional Report on the Future of Electric Power
Green Energy Times, based in Bradford, VT is looking for a student volunteer to write an article about the ENERGY GRID AND HOW IT ALL WORKS
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In mid-December almost 30 students learned about the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and how electricity is regulated in the US in the Irving Institute's FERC Bootcamp.
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Interactive NYT piece illustrates the changing mix of sources for American electricity production from 2001-2019.
Read more about How Does Your State Make Electricity?
On July 14, 2020, the Dartmouth Energy Collaborative convened a panel of five energy experts to discuss the challenges and opportunities presented by prioritizing stimulus spending in the green energy sector.
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