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
Dr. Reames named to Five-member Michigan Climate Justice Brain Trust
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 Community Orgs to Understand Energy Struggles during Covid
Urban Energy Justice Lab partners with Michigan-based Community Organizations to Study Energy Struggles during Covid
Urban Energy Justice Lab partners with Ann Arbor to help seniors age in place efficiently
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.
Urban Energy Justice Lab Fall 2020 News
Season's Greetings! Check out the Urban Energy Justice Lab Fall 2020 News Update.