EPRI Summer Seminar
Each year, EPRI meets with executives and experts to discuss industry challenges and opportunities. Summer Seminar has played a crucial role in shaping EPRI’s research portfolio and the future of electricity worldwide.
2014 Research Portfolio
See what programs and projects are on deck for next year.Visit our 2014 Research Portfolio website.
EPRI's identity is cultivated by its collaborations with electricity industry stakeholders from across the world.
EPRI has developed a concept paper that explores how to realize the full value of central and distributed energy resources.
Georgia Power and EPRI recently dedicated the new Water Research Center at Plant Bowen: a collaborative effort that will analyze ways to reduce, conserve and improve the quality of water returned to the environment from power plants.
EPRI’s new concrete crawler inspection robot offers a glimpse of safer, faster, and less expensive means for utilities to examine aging infrastructure.
The EPA’s proposed effluent limitations guidelines and standards for steam generating power plants recently received comments from EPRI.
EPRI member organizations fund EPRI research and development programs (R&D). As provided for by membership criteria in EPRI’s bylaws, these organizations--typically utilities-also may participate in EPRI’s advisory structure, which serves as the collaborative foundation for establishing, guiding and implementing EPRI R&D.
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EPRI's report on the future of the electric power system highlights the need to integrate distributed energy resources with the planning and operation of the grid.
The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) today transacted the first interstate credits for water nutrients in the United States, officially launching water quality pilot trades in the Ohio River Basin. ...
The Electric Power Research Institute has launched a study on the transformation of the electric power grid. ...