U-M FACULTY AND EXTERNAL PARTNERS TACKLE POVERTY IN MICHIGAN AND BEYOND (Reposted from U-M Poverty Solutions, September 17, 2017) Eliminating the path to energy poverty Just as with property taxes, energy bills often require low-income families to make decisions about whether to pay for food and other basic needs, or keep the lights on and water … Continue reading Urban Energy Justice Lab Studies Equity in State Energy Efficiency Policies with U-M Poverty Solutions Grant
Doctoral candidate Dominic Bednar discusses his research on energy poverty.
Tedd Moya Mose, doctoral student at Queen Mary University of London, has joined the Urban Energy Justice Lab as a visiting graduate student.
A new report by the Urban Energy Justice Lab evaluated utility investments and energy savings in Michigan.
UEJ Lab study finds energy-efficient lightbulbs are more expensive and less available in high-poverty urban areas.
UM Poverty Solutions grants $20K to the Urban Energy Justice Lab to conduct multi-state study of pathways to equitable energy efficiency investments.
Nalin Bhatia reflects on his experience as a Sustainability Intern at Las Vegas Sands Corp.