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
Energy access is not created equal. This Ann Arbor organization is trying to change that. By. JAISHREE DREPAUL-BRUDER | WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 2018 The term "energy justice" may not be widely known, but researchers at the Urban Energy Justice Lab (UEJL) in Ann Arbor are set on changing that. Dr. Tony Reames defines energy justice as … Continue reading Energy access is not created equal. UEJ Lab is working to change that.
A new report by the Urban Energy Justice Lab evaluated utility investments and energy savings in Michigan.