Energy Markets

Energy Markets

Supplying energy to homes and businesses requires a complex regulatory and commodity structure. In the face of challenges like population growth, increased urbanization and climate change, how energy is produced, dispersed, and used is changing rapidly. What will electricity generation and supply look like a decade from now? What are the most efficient regulations to cut emissions? And how can a price on carbon be realized?

Upcoming Events

Feb 2 2015
Post-Doctoral Scholar Positions Available

Applications due February 2, 2015

Feb 11 2015
EPIC Seminar Series: David Keith

3:30PM
Saieh Hall, Classroom 203

Feb 12 2015
Water: Chicago in the 21st Century and Beyond

6:00 PM
Hughes Auditorium, Northwestern University 303 E. Superior Street 60611 Chicago , IL

Mar 4 2015
EPIC Seminar Series: Ray Boswell

3:30PM
Saieh Hall, Classroom 203

Mar 11 2015
EPIC Seminar Series: Eric Isaacs

3:30 PM
Saieh Hall, Classroom 203

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EPIC in the News

Jan 30 2015
EPIC’s January News Wrap-Up

Check out what we've been up to this month...

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Jan 29 2015
Next Generation Compliance and Enforcement at the U.S. EPA.

EPA's Cynthia Giles explains the agency's "Next Generation Compliance" strategy and the need for the help of researchers. 

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Jan 28 2015
India’s Gujarat adopts environmental audit reforms after impact study shows they reduce pollution

Gujarat’s Pollution Control authority approved the reforms after collaborating with leading academics on a pilot experiment that showed more accurate audit reports and lower pollution emissions.

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NY Times Op-Ed - Pollution Around the World: A Matter of Choices

NY Times Op-Ed - Pollution Around the World: A Matter of Choices photo

EPIC Director Michael Greenstone writes in the NY Times Upshot blog about pollution in the EU compared to the US.

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Publications Database

EPIC features publications from a researches on a variety of energy-related topics.

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