Next fall, the Energy Policy Institute will host the Energy Policy Research Conference, a premier, an interdisciplinary forum that examines the drivers and impacts of policy in energy-related systems.
In advance of the conference, the institute is soliciting abstract submissions on topics related to energy decision-making in times of disruptive change. Submissions are due by April 17.
Abstracts of 300-450 words may be for individual research papers, student posters, author panels or roundtable discussions. Authors of papers will have the option for their papers to be considered for publication in a special issue of The Electricity Journal or a standard issue of Idaho Law Review.
The ninth annual meeting of the Energy Policy Research Conference will focus on how energy policy is framed, influenced and evaluated in times of disruptive change.
The event will bring together leading researchers, as well as policymakers, practitioners and members of the private sector Sept. 29-Oct. 1 in Boise. The conference’s aim is to explore issues and opportunities with up-to-date, interdisciplinary research, while fostering in-depth, cross-cutting exchanges of ideas.
For more information, including topics of interest for abstract submissions, please visit the following website: https://www.boisestate.edu/epi/call-for-abstracts/