- New piece on Energy Democracy: Redistributing power to the people through renewables
- Embodied Energy Injustices – new concept highlighting harms of fossil fuel extraction
- Renewable Energy For Puerto Rico – Published in Science
- Energy innovation in Vermont – new publication
- Wall Street Journal piece on grid innovation, storm-proofing & renewables
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Utilities are not doing enough to innovative for future grid resilience. This piece published in the WSJ engages in a debate about societal expectations of utilities and the transition to a more renewable energy system
Energy democracy is a growing social movement. This paper reviews energy democracy goals and policy instruments.. Co-authored with Matthew Burke from McGill University.
Just published in “Utilities Policy” this research analyzes how electric utility representatives in 7 different states frame customer engagement opportunities and renewable energy integration.
New publication co-authored by Professor Jennie Stephens and graduate students at the University of Vermont explores how universities are responding to the fossil fuel divestment movement.
Read News @ Northeastern article on Jennie Stephens here.
Professor Stephens presented at the 3rd World Symposium on Sustainable Development at Universities (WSSD-U) which takes place September 14-16 to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, MA. Her presentation “Divestment and Investment: Strategic Financial Decisions in Higher Education … Continue reading
Professor Stephens and other members of the energy-climate research team participated in an all-day summit on climate change with Vermont legislators on November 18, 2014.