Reames, T. G. (2020). Distributional disparities in residential rooftop solar potential and penetration in four cities in the United States. Energy Research and Social Science.

Reames, T.G. Blackmar, J. M., and Pierce, J.C. (2020). Teaching the Three E’s of Sustainability through Service-Learning in a Professional Program. New Directions for Teaching and Learning. https://doi.org/10.1002/tl.20374

Bednar, D.J., and Reames, T.G. (2020). Recognition of and response to energy poverty in the United States. Nature Energy. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41560-020-0582-0

Jenkins, K., Stephens J., Reames, T.G., and Hernandez, D. (2020). “Enhancing an impactful agenda for energy justice research.” Energy Research and Social Science. 67, 101510. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.erss.2020.101510

Forrester, S. P., & Reames, T. G. (2020). Understanding the residential energy efficiency financing coverage gap and market potential. Applied Energy, 260, 114307.

(Policy Brief) Reames, T. G. (2019). Addressing Equity with State-level Residential Solar Energy Policies. Center for Local, State, and Urban Policy: Ann Arbor, MI.

Ziegler, T.B., Coombe, C.M., Rowe, Z.E., Clark, S.J., Gronlund, C.J., Lee, M., Palacios, A., Larsen, L.S., Reames, T.G., Schott, J., Williams, G.O. (2019). Shifting from “Community-Placed” to “Community-Based” Research to Advance Health Equity: A Case Study of the Heatwaves, Housing, and Health: Increasing Climate Resiliency in Detroit (HHH) Partnership. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16(18), 3310.

Sanchez, L., & Reames, T. G. (2019). Cooling Detroit: A socio-spatial analysis of equity in green roofs as an urban heat island mitigation strategy. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 44, 126331.

(Policy Brief) Reames, T.G., Stacey, M.B., Zimmerman, M. (2019). A Multi-State Analysis of Equity in Utility- Sponsored Energy Efficiency Investments for Residential Electric Customers. Urban Energy Justice Lab and UM Poverty Solutions: Ann Arbor, MI.

Fortier, M. O. P., Teron, L., Reames, T. G., Munardy, D. T., & Sullivan, B. M. (2019). Introduction to evaluating energy justice across the life cycle: A social life cycle assessment approach. Applied energy, 236, 211-219.

Reames, T. G., & Bravo, M. A. (2019). People, place and pollution: Investigating relationships between air quality perceptions, health concerns, exposure, and individual-and area-level characteristics. Environment international, 122, 244-255.

(Policy Brief) Kay, C., Markley, K., Sahai, M., Askew-Merwin, C., Rockowitz, D., and Reames, T.G. (2018). Household water security in metropolitan Detroit: Measuring the affordability gapUrban Energy Justice Lab and UM Poverty Solutions: Ann Arbor, MI.

Reames, T. G., Reiner, M. A., & Stacey, M. B. (2018). An incandescent truth: Disparities in energy-efficient lighting availability and prices in an urban US county. Applied energy, 218, 95-103.

Bednar, D. J., Reames, T. G., & Keoleian, G. A. (2017). The intersection of energy and justice: Modeling the spatial, racial/ethnic and socioeconomic patterns of urban residential heating consumption and efficiency in Detroit, Michigan. Energy and Buildings, 143, 25-34.

(Policy Brief) Stacey, M.B. and Reames, T.G. (2017). Social Equity in State Energy Policy: Indicators for Michigan’s Energy Efficiency Programs. Urban Energy Justice Lab: Ann Arbor, MI.

(Policy Brief) Reames, T.G. (2017). Improving the effectiveness of federal energy assistance for low-income households. Scholars Strategy Network.

Reames, T. G. (2016). Targeting energy justice: Exploring spatial, racial/ethnic and socioeconomic disparities in urban residential heating energy efficiency. Energy Policy, 97, 549-558.

Reames, T. G. (2016). A community-based approach to low-income residential energy efficiency participation barriers. Local Environment, 21(12), 1449-1466.