IPU Grid School (April 2019)
IPU’S GRID SCHOOL is designed to improve regulatory capacity for grid-related policy development and decision-making at all government levels in support of innovation, efficiency, and environmental goals. The program provides an intensive, interdisciplinary, and interactive educational and professional networking experience. Grid School is objective and rigorous, taught by knowledgeable and independent experts. This program considers the integral role of electricity grids in the energy supply chain and is designed to be responsive to new mandates and infrastructure investments associated with federal and states policies.
April 8 - 11, 2019
Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center, 219 S. Harrison Road, East Lansing, MI 48824
IPU Grid School is open to everyone and designed for members of the federal and state regulatory policy community, including commissioners and staff members of the public utility commissions, energy and environmental agency staff, legislative staff, consumer advocates, utility personnel (public and private), engineers, planners, investors, analysts, consultants, attorneys, and others interested in learning about the electricity grid.
MSU's Institute of Public Utilities, in collaboration with MSU’s College of Engineering and Argonne National Laboratory.
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