Lectures on Climate and Energy Policy
Can We Survive Climate Change?
Dr. Robert Mendelsohn (Yale University) participated in Georgia Tech's School of Public Policy Speaker Series on Nov. 29th. Mendelsohn presented on:
In this talk, Dr. Emanuele Massetti provided insight into William Nordhaus and Paul Romer’s 2018 Nobel Prize in Economics. Powerpoint Presentation
“EVs + Renewables: Complementary Climate Adaptation Strategies” Dr. Marilyn Brown talked about how electric vehicles, grid redistribution, smart charging, prosumers, and crowd-sharing can help alleviate duck curve energy issues. Geography 2050: American Geographical Society, Fall Symposium on Energy Adaptation Strategies, Columbia University, November 16, 2018.
U.S. State Clean Energy Policy and Impacts on Innovative Technology Adoption
Gyungwon Kim presented at the 2018 ACSP 58th Annual Conference in Buffalo, New York on October 28th.
Georgia Tech Advisory Board - Energy Policy @ Tech
Drs. Kaye Husbands Fealing and Marilyn Brown gave an overview of Energy Policy @ Georgia Tech to the the GT Advisory Board on Friday, September 28th. See this great compilation of work by our superstar faculty.
Power Systems Conference
Marilyn Brown (Georgia Tech), Johan Enslin (Clemson University), J. Sam Holeman (Duke Energy), Kumar Venayagamoorthy (Clemson University) at the Annual Power Systems Conference in Charleston on 9/5/18. Marilyn gave a plenary talk on "Enabling the Great Energy Transition". Great conference!
Behavioral insights and energy efficiency strategies
Deep Decarbonization in the U.S. Electricity Sector
The Energy-Efficiency Gap, Behavioral Energy, and Energy Modeling
Low-Income Energy Burdens in the Southeast
This presentation to the Southeast Climate and Energy Network discussed low-income energy burdens in the Southeast, based on research sponsored and conducted by the Georgia Institute of Technology. The research involved a review of the literature and analysis of publicly available data combined with energy bill data provided by the Georgia Power Company. The presentation identifies the primary drivers and baseline attributes of the high energy burden in Atlanta. It also assesses promising program attributes for alleviating energy burden circumstances in the Atlanta area. The presentation concludes with a discussion of the business case and policy drivers for scaling up solutions.
Southern Municipal Financial Society May 2018
Dr. Marilyn Brown presented "A Strong Case for Completing Vogtle + Caveats About More Nuclear" at the Southern Municipal Finance Society on May 17, 2018.
Regional Impacts of Carbon Pricing in the U.S. Electric Sector
Panel on Energy Transitions at the Association of American Geographers in NOLA, April 11, 2018: Adam Bumpus (University of Melbourne), Gabriel Granco (Stroud Water Research Center), Michael Minn (Eastern Washington University), Marilyn Brown (Georgia Institute of Technology) and Milad Meisen (Texas State University)
An Analytical Framework of Technological Innovation System
Tae Joon Lee gave a talk on "An Analytical Framework of Technological Innovation System: the case of nuclear power system".
Technologies and Policies for a Sustainable Energy Future
January 22, 2018 – Dr. Marilyn Brown gave a seminar at Vanderbilt University on "Technologies and Policies for a Sustainable Energy Future in the U.S. and the Southeast."
Technologies and Policies for a Sustainable Energy Future
"Technologies and Policies for a Sustainable Energy Future" presented at the North American Energy Infrastructure Symposium, November 13, 2017, Boston.
50% Clean Energy Effort - Reduce Home Electricity Bills
Matt Cox shows how a 50% clean energy effort could reduce home electricity bills in Atlanta by 54% in 2035. Perfect backdrop for this message at the Episcopal Church of St. Philip.
Saving Water by Transforming our Electric System
Dr. Brown gave a presentation at the Chattahoochee Riverkeeper Climate Change Conference in Atlanta, GA on September 26th. Her presentation was titled "Saving Water by Transforming our Electric System"
Movers and Shakers in the U.S. Power System
The SPARK 2017 Conference - Igniting Energy Innovation was held in Atlanta, GA on September 14, 2017!
Dr. Brown was one of the presenters, giving a talk titled "Movers and Shakers in the U.S. Power System - Distributed Resources."
Overview of the NEMS
Dr. Brown gave a presentation: NEMS (National Energy Modeling System)
August 31, 2017 - Atlanta, GA
Georgia Climate Project
Dr. Brown presented at the Annual Georgia Environmental Conference in Jekyll Island, Georgia August 23 - 25, 2017.
Selling Energy Efficiency in a Carbon-Conscious World
Dr. Marilyn Brown gave a presentation on February 20, 2017 at the Georgia Tech Scheller School of Business titled, "Selling Energy Efficiency in a Carbon-Conscious World" as part of the Carbon Conscious series.
Geopolitics of Energy and Climate Change
Dr. Marilyn Brown gave a presentation as part of the "Great Decision Series" on February 9th titled "Geopolitics of Energy and Climate Change". James Haverty Smith (Perkins+Will) and Harry Findlay (retired, Emory University) were the series organizers, and the venue was the Dunwoody United Methodist Church in the northern Atlanta suburbs.
Solar Energy in South Georgia
Shifting the Energy Mix in a post-Paris World
You can watch the Shifting the Energy Mix in a post-Paris World panel discussion discuss the role of fossil fuels and renewables, energy efficiency and prosumers, digitalization and data analytics, energy poverty and much more.
Electric Vehicles and Clean Power
Impacts of Solar Power on Electricity Rates and Bills
Topical Areas and Problems for the Geographical Sciences Committee
Marilyn Brown gave a talk at the National Academies on July 12, 2016, outlining "energy and climate" ideas for the research agenda of the newly re-constituted Geographical Sciences Committee.
Might the large-scale PV power generation be reached in China?
Research Workshop on the Dimensions of Transport
How Do firms Certify Green?
Energy Efficiency & Solar
Dr. Brown presented this PowerPoint at the TenneSEIA Annual Meeting on Monday, November 9th in Nashville, TN.
Reducing GHG Emissions in Federal Agencies
Dr. Brown gave a presentation to the National Academies on Environmental Change and Society titled "Reducing GHG Emissions in Federal Agencies: Insights from social science on organizational change"
October 21, 2015
Dr. Marilyn Brown
August 3, 2015
2015 EPA Region 4 Community Workshop on Energy Efficiency.
The Future of Climate Change
Dr. Marilyn Brown gave a talk on Friday, April 24, 2015 at the inaugural Day of Scholarship event at Emory University titled: "The Future of Climate Change"
Maximizing Trade-Offs Among Social, Environmental, and Economic Benefits
Dr. Marilyn Brown gave a presentation on February 12, 2015 at the National Research Council's Committee on Pathways to Urban Sustainability, on "Maximizing Trade-Offs Among Social, Environmental, and Economic Benefits"
Analytic Approaches for Assessing RD3 Needs across the Energy Sector
On December 5, 2014, Marilyn Brown gave a presentation at DOE's Cornerstone Workshop for the Quadrennial Technology review, on "Analytic Approaches for Assessing RD3 Needs across the Energy Sector"
Confronting Climate Change: Implications for the Future of Electric Power
On October 25, 2014 Dr. Marilyn Brown gave a talk to a crowd of 100+ at Manuel's Tavern in Atlanta on: "Confronting Climate Change: Implications for the Future of Electric Power."Our region, along with the rest of the nation, faces a number of challenges in making the transition to ways of producing electrical power that are consistent with meeting CO2 restrictions inposed by climate change goals. Please visit the Atlanta Science Tavern website for more details about the event, including a podcast that will be posted shortly.
Shaping the Southeast's Energy Future
Georgia Tech and Duke are collaborating to host a workshop which will gather stakeholders from diverse viewpoints to explore the Southeast’s transitioning electricity sector and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed Clean Power Plan to limit carbon dioxide emissions from existing power plants. Topics covered will include the regional nature of the electricity system; current trends in the Southeast’s electricity sector; key issues raised by the EPA’s proposal; state flexibility in compliance planning; and tradeoffs between individual- and multi-state approaches to managing carbon dioxide emissions.
Policy Considerations for Adapting Power Systems to Climate Change
PhD student Alexander Smith, gave a presentation on "Policy Considerations for Adapting Power Systems to Climate Change" at the Energy Policy Research Conference in San Francisco on September 4, 2014.
Southeast 111d Technical Summit
Dr. Marilyn Brown and Dr. Dan Matisoff spoke at the "Southeast 111d Technical Summit" hosted by the Southface Energy Institute on August 13-14, 2014.
"Modeling Tools and Frameworks to Support Block 4 Energy Efficiency" by Dr. Marilyn A. Brown "Energy Efficiency and 111(d)" by Dr. Dan Matisoff
EPA's Proposed Clean Power Plan
On June 29, 2014, Dr. Marilyn Brown testified and participated in a press conference at the EPA hearing on EPA's Proposed Clean Power Plan for existing Power Plants in Atlanta, GA. A transcript of her testimony is available.
Energy and Climate Change
On June 26, 2014, Marilyn Brown gave a talk on "Energy and Climate Change" at the American Museum of Science and Energy