Tuesday, October 20, 2020 from 4:30 – 6:00pm CT
The Thompson Center was pleased to cosponsor the Forward in Energy Forum with the Wisconsin Energy Institute. This forum looked at the presidential election through an energy lens: the plans, policies, and agendas of the two major presidential candidates with regard to energy and climate issues. How do panelists anticipate each potential administration acting in the next four years with respect to domestic and international policy? La Follette School of Public Affairs Professor & Thompson Center Research Affiliate Greg Nemet moderated the panel discussion composed of La Follette School of Public Affairs Assistant Professor Morgan Edwards, UW Law School Professor Steph Tai, and Executive Director Scott Coenen of the Wisconsin Conservative Energy Forum.
View a recording of the event here.