The USAEE is a non-profit organization of business, government, academic, and other professionals that advances the understanding and application of energy economics across all facets of energy supply/demand, development and use.
Our conferences provide the opportunity to hear the latest research in energy economics and dialogue that takes place between industry, government and academia. USAEE meets nationally on an annual basis, with more frequent regional chapter meetings. Don't miss your opportunity to present your research and learn from others.
Membership in USAEE is open to anyone in the United States who has an active interest in the fields of energy or energy economics. Our membership consists of those working in both the public and private sectors including government, academia and business.
USAEE prides itself as being a place where energy economic professionals can quickly learn about the literature and people sources in every subfield of the profession. Avail yourself of two professional journals & a quarterly newsletter.
What does the energy economics community believe about the future of energy? In this interactive discussion, we'll use live polling of the audience to ask a series of questions about critical trends in energy economics and compare these answers with those from a panel of experts. Audience members will vote at home on each question, while the panelists offer their perspectives and address the crowdsourced responses. Audience members will have the chance to offer additional ideas and questions in the chat. Part game show, part expert discussion, this informative and entertaining experiment offers the cure for the common webinar.
Visiting Professor, L2EP, University of Lille - Dr. Hittinger is a Visiting Professor at the Laboratoire d'électrotechnique et d'électronique de puissance (L2EP) at the University of Lille (France) and Associate Professor of Public Policy at Rochester Institute of Technology, with active research projects on techno-economics of energy storage, renewables, electric vehicles, and energy systems.
is President of the King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center. KAPSARC is an independent, non-profit, research think tank located in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Its mission is to advance the understanding of energy, economics, and the environment, while acting as a catalyst for dialogue on issues of importance to policy makers and the public.
is the senior vice president and director and senior fellow of the Energy and National Security Program, where she leads CSIS's work in energy policy, market, and technology analysis. Ladislaw is an expert in U.S. energy policy, global oil and natural gas markets, and climate change. She has authored numerous publications on the geopolitics of energy, energy security and climate change, low-carbon pathways, and a wide variety of issues on U.S. energy policy, regulation, and market dynamics. Her regional energy work includes publications on Chinese, European, African, and Western Hemisphere energy issues. She has spearheaded new work at CSIS on climate change, the electricity sector, and energy technology development.
Associate Professor of Energy Systems and Public Policy, Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University - Dalia Patiño-Echeverri is the Gendell Associate Professor of Energy Systems and Public Policy at the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University where she explores, assesses, and proposes technological, policy, and market approaches to pursue environmental sustainability, affordability, and reliability in electricity systems.