Power and Future Utilities

Utilities of the Future: What to Expect Across the Energy Value Chain. Researching the impacts of aggressive energy market policies to the power system using dynamic and multi-regional econometric models, particularly renewable energy and natural gas markets.

Technical & Economic Analyses

Quantitative, Qualitative & Statistical Analyses. Evaluating the technical and economic potentials of renewable energy resources available for electricity generation to support policy decisions and enable deeper insights in both the private and public sectors.

Policy Stringency & Design

Leveraging Data, Analytics & Technology. Bringing data analytics, modeling tools and technological innovation to make well-informed strategic, tactical, and operational decisions e.g., energy policy stringency evaluations and market design solutions.

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Dr. Joseph Nyangon practice centers on investigating the economic impacts of energy and environmental stringencies on power and utilities using dynamic and multi-regional econometric models.

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Postdoctoral Researcher: Center for Energy and Environmental Policy, University of Delaware, Newark, DE.

Research Fellow: Foundation for Renewable Energy and Environment, New York, NY.

Non-Resident Fellow: The Payne Institute at the Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO.

Fellow: Initiative for Sustainable Energy (ISEP), Johns Hopkins University, Washington, DC.


Latest Updates and Upcoming Events

January 4-6, 2019. Dr. Nyangon presented at the 2019 American Economic Association annual conference in Atlanta. [Twitter] [Webcasts]

November 8, 2018. Press Coverage & Media Interview: Stung by Failed Carbon Fee, Greens Focus on Renewables in E&E News.

October 30, 2018. Dr. Nyangon joined the Initiative for Sustainable Energy Policy (ISEP) in the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University as a fellow.

September 12, 2018. New publication: Diversifying Electricity Customer Choice: REVing Up the New York Energy Vision for Polycentric Innovation in IntechOpen.

July 26, 2018. Dr. Nyangon was invited to speak on the Panel of Challenges and Opportunities for Community Solar Energy Models: Policy Implications Derived from the U.S. Experience at the Global America Business Institute’s Clean Energy Forum and Seminars at Washington, D.C. [Announcement].

May 29, 2018. Dr. Nyangon was named Payne Institute Fellow at the Colorado School of Mines. [Twitter] [Announcement] [Fellows].

January 6, 2018. Dr. Nyangon attended the 2018 American Economic Association annual conference in Philadelphia.

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