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Energy Economics

Utility of the Future: Researching economic impacts of market policies using dynamic and multi-regional econometric models, particularly in renewable energy and natural gas markets.

Energy Engineering Systems

Evaluating methodologies for technical and economic assessment of energy and environmental markets to support both the private and public sector.

Environmental and Energy Policy

Regulation, infrastructure investment, sustainable finance, new business models, and risk management are critical to unlocking solutions to energy and environmental problems.

Welcome to my research website exploring the intersection of energy, economics, and public policy.

 
Joseph Nyangon
 
Ph.D.  [Biography,  News,  Presentations,  Photos]
 
Postdoctoral Researcher
Center for Energy & Environmental Policy
University of Delaware
E-mail: jnyangon [at] udel.edu
 
Research Fellow / Energy Economist
Foundation for Renewable Energy & Environment Research Team
E-mail: jnyangon [at] freefutures.org
 
Visiting Research Fellow and Faculty Affiliate
Institute for Oil, Gas, Energy, Environment and Sustainable Development (OGEES) Institute

Recent News and Upcoming Events:
 

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

July 29, 2017. A review of Carbon Finance: How Carbon and Stock Markets Are Affected by Energy Prices and Emissions Regulations by Veld-Merkoulova, Y. and Viteva, S. (Eds.) was published in The Energy Journal.

July 7, 2017. Nyangon was invited to be an adjudicative reviewer for Energy & Environment, published by SAGE Publishing.

June 2, 2017. Nyangon coauthored a paper with John Byrne, and Job Taminiau, on An assessment of price convergence between natural gas and solar photovoltaic in the U.S. electricity market was published online in WIREs Energy & Environment.

April 17, 2017. A book chapter on Sustainable Business Model Innovation: Using Polycentric and Creative Climate Change Governance coauthored by Job Taminiau, Joseph Nyangon, Ariella Shez Lewis, and John Byrne was published in Collective Creativity for Responsible and Sustainable Business Practice.

 

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