Wisconsin Public Utility Institute: Gas’s Pipeline to Sustainability

702 Langdon Street, Madison, WI 53706
Gas fits long-term emission reductions efforts, but where and how will the gas be used?
September 28, 2017
8:30 am – 2:30 pm
 
If done properly, gas can be a trusted bridge to help us move to a more integrated and cleaner energy platform. But, if we are not careful, gas may be a gangplank to continued carbon emissions. In this session will will look at what the future holds for gas markets and reserves.  We will then discuss how gas can become the backbone to an competitive, sustainable, clean energy future.
Site and Registration
 
All events take place at the Pyle Center and include lunch, breaks and materials.
Registration: See links in each session block above or contact slangmack@wisc.edu to order the series.  
Members:  $75 for each session or buy the package for $250 for all four
Non-members:  $125 for each session or buy the package for  $400
 
Who Should Attend:
Open to anyone interested in Wisconsin’s sustainable, clean and competitive energy future.
Parking:
Parking in Lake Street Ramp
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October 9 – 13 2017
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