ANN ARBOR—Despite widespread calls for a just transition to cleaner, more resilient energy systems, there isn’t a standardized measurement framework for evaluating the equity of clean energy programs. As a result, utility administrators, regulators, and energy advocates have been judging equity on an ad hoc basis. The Urban Energy Justice Lab at the University of Michigan School for … Continue reading U-M Energy Equity Project to Develop First Standardized Tool for Driving Equity in Clean Energy Industry
Climate justice leaders will develop equity-based framework to guide Michigan Healthy Climate Plan Dr. Reames joins a panel of climate and environmental justice experts named to develop a justice and equity-based framework for the development and implementation of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s MI Healthy Climate Plan, which calls for a transition to a carbon-neutral Michigan by … Continue reading Dr. Reames named to Five-member Michigan Climate Justice Brain Trust
Urban Energy Justice Lab partners with Michigan-based Community Organizations to Study Energy Struggles during Covid
The Urban Energy Justice Lab is teaming up with Ann Arbor’s sustainability office and other partners to help low-income seniors reduce energy use and stay living in their homes longer.
Season's Greetings! Check out the Urban Energy Justice Lab Fall 2020 News Update.