National Capital Area Chapter (Washington, DC)

 18th Annual Washington Energy Policy Conference

Guy Caruso, CSIS Senior Advisor to the Energy and National Security Program; and Mark Lively, NCAC-USAEE President, addressing the 18th Annual Washington Energy Policy Conference.


On April 22 2014, the National Area Chapter of the U.S. Association for Energy Economics (NCAC-USAEE) held its 18th annual Washington Energy Policy Conference. As has been the case since 2010, this highly-regarded event was held in partnership with the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS).  The Conference was a great success with a packed house which at times was standing room only in a room setup for 130 people.  At the long day event, fifteen speakers and five moderators addressed the topic, “Disruptive Technologies Shock All Energy Sectors, We didn’t see them coming.  We don’t know what’s next.  How will they shape the future?”  




Forthcoming Conferences

An important benefit of your USAEE membership is the opportunity to participate in a variety of IAEE events around the world as well as our annual North American Conference.  


14th IAEE European Conference: 

"Sustainable Energy Policies and Strategies for Europe"

Rome, Italy - October 28-31, 2014





38th IAEE International Conference

Antalya, Turkey

May 24 - 27, 2015




I hereby would like to invite USAEE members to attend the 38th IAEE International Conference in Antalya, Turkey. Antalya, the World’s third most visited city by number of international arrivals, is only a short flight from Istanbul with easy and frequent connections from the USA. Delegates may wish to use the occasion and setting as the focal point for a Mediterranean vacation. The conference will take place when spring leads into summer, at a time of ideal temperatures for comfortable outdoor activities and swimming. The five-star conference hotel, a luxury resort located directly on the beach, features a spa area with Turkish bath, a water park with slides and 2 championship golf courses. The perfect location of Antalya offers the oppourtunity to reach a number of quite popular historical and touristic spots. Our suggested post-conference tours include the destinations of Cappodocia - the Land Of The Fairy Chimneys, Pamukkale - The Cotton Castle, Ephesus - the Temple of Artemis, and Demre – the birthplace of St. Nicholas, along with the option of a blue cruise for a recreational voyage along the Turkish Riviera.




5th Latin America Energy Economics Meeting (ELAEE)

 "Energy Outlook in Latin America and Caribbean: Challenges, Constraints and Opportunities"

Medellin, Colombia

March 16 - 18, 2015


The 5th ELAEE will take place in Medellin on March 16 - 18, 2015; and will feature first level world-speakers, notable business and political leaders, academics, consultants and analysts that simultaneously will alternate discussions and debates about the aforementioned and related topics. The conference will provide opportunities to delegates that include encounters among energy professionals and specialists during receptions and session breaks.

Authors wishing to make concurrent session presentations must submit online an abstract that briefly describes the research or case study, by the deadline of November 16, 2014.  See instructions at 5elaee.aladee.org/5ELAEE2015. 




33rd USAEE North American Conference

"The Dynamic Energy Landscape"

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - Oct. 25 - 28, 2015



We are pleased to invite you to attend the 33rd USAEE/IAEE North American Conference, which will be held October 25-28, 2015, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, one of the main centers of American Energy. The theme of the conference is “The Dynamic Energy Landscape,” an appropriate theme because of the challenges facing government and industry decision makers to formulate a clear path forward. Massive transformations are occurring in how and where energy is produced and consumed.  These transformations are affecting economies and expected to continue to do so

The conference will bring together business, government, academic, and other professionals to explore the conference theme through a series of plenary, concurrent, and poster sessions.  The meeting will also provide networking opportunities for participants through informal receptions, breaks between sessions, public outreach, and student recruitment.  The Conference Committee is planning several offsite tours that will be of interest to those wanting a direct and close-up perspective on the region's dynamic energy landscape.


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