Energy Economics

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

the Environment

Sustainable Finance and Investment. Analyzing environmental policies that bend the emissions curve, e.g., the Paris Agreement—a flexible and rule-based climate policy architecture that is scaling-up innovation, leadership, and creativity at national, supranational and global levels.

…and Engineering Systems

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 of engineering systems.
Energy Economist. Strategic Advisor. Author
Dr. Joseph Nyangon is an energy economist, strategic advisor and author who advises clients on all aspects of energy infrastructure and project finance within the asset-intensive industries like energy, oil and gas, utilities, rail, transit, and related industries. By bringing clarity to highly complex cross-border markets and policy environments, he assists leading corporations and government clients on climate risks, public policy, resource allocation and risk management. His practice focuses on applying engineering concepts and methods of policy analysis to a wide variety of areas, primarily engineering economic systems and analysis, environmental and energy economics, econometric analysis, public economics, technological change, and energy & climate policy modeling. More about Dr. Nyangon

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.

Recent News & Commentaries

October 22, 2019: Presented “Regulatory Innovation and the Convergence of Electric Utility Policies: New Business Models and Electricity Market Design” at the 2019 INFORMS Annual Meeting in Seattle.

June 3, 2019: Our new technical report Feasibility of City-Scale Solar Power Plants Using Public Buildings: Case Studies of Newark and Wilmington Delaware with Early Investigations of Bifacial Solar Modules and Dual Orientation Racking as Tools for City-Scale Solar Development is published in SSRN Online Journal.

May 6-8, 2019: Dr. Nyangon attended the National Science Foundation (NSF)/Department of Energy (DOE) funded Quantum Energy and Sustainable Solar Technologies (QESST) Engineering Research Center Conference in Arizona State University in Tempe, and presented a poster titled “Estimating Solar Energy Technical and Economic Potential of Rooftops in Philadelphia (PA), Wilmington (DE), Newark (DE), and Tempe (AZ)“.

April 2019-August 2019: Dr. Nyangon is co-editing a book in IntechOpen. Call for book chapters: Climate Risks and Energy Investments: Technical, Market, and Policy Innovations. Welcome to submit your paper. [book flyer]

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: Our new book chapter Diversifying Electricity Customer Choice: REVing Up the New York Energy Vision for Polycentric Innovation co-authored with Dr. John Byrne is published in IntechOpen.

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