BioMass_Database

Bio-Renewable Asset Analysis tool for North Carolina’s Southeast

Thomas & Hutton and EPC student Brian Durham have produced a Bio-Renewable Asset Analysis tool for North Carolina’s Southeast (the regions economic development group) and the North Carolina Biotechnology Center.  Using geothinQ, the application allows interested parties to quickly determine where bio-renewable assets are located in the region to determine a site that will suit […]

rotterdam

Benelux Course – photos and feedback

The Benelux course (Summer 1, 2016) offered students a view of innovative energy ideas and concepts in Luxembourg and Rotterdam. The course also provided a brief visit near the EU with a discussion from Green Party advisors in Brussels.  Eleven students participated in the course. The course instructors, Dan Zachary and Ulrich Leopold, are promoting […]

Wind turbines in Yucca Valley. (Creative Commons image "Wind Power," by Timothy Tolle via Flickr.)

An examination of voluntary green power programs at U.S. utilities using behavioral science principles

EPC student, has published an article on voluntary green power programs in the ‘Electricity Journal’: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1040619016300239

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The Pope’s Climate Message in the United States: Moral Arguments and Moral Disengagement

EPC Student Seth Heald has published an article ‘The Pope’s Climate Message in the United States: Moral Arguments and Moral Disengagement’ in the journal: Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development Volume 58, Issue 3, 2016   The full article can be found here. http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/8URIIkGxFVu5EQYUF63e/full