Title: Energy Efficiency in the Built Environment: Using Three Project Based Strategies to Make Real-World Impact
As I walk through various built environments, whether its Ann Arbor, New York or Paris, I think about each property’s energy efficiency potential. I envision myself at a meeting with a property owner to describe the energy efficiency process and the potential benefits of an energy retrofit. The property owner listens intently while I rationalize the upfront costs of... Read more...
Title: Design of a Cost-effective, Modular and Energy-efficient Home
The ‘green revolution’ has recently taken over the building industry with increasing number of buildings implementing environmentally friendly and sustainable technologies to minimize costs as well as reduce environmental impact. The concept of green building however has been mostly associated with higher costs and remains popular mostly amongst well-to-do clients. According to the EIA Annual Energy Outlook, 2017... Read more...
Title: An Examination of the US Residential Heating Market
Abstract: This paper outlines the US residential space heating market and highlights thirteen disruptive companies whose products decarbonize some link in the space heating supply chain. The goal of the paper is to provide Energy Impact Partners (EIP) with a strong underst...anding of market trends, regional switching costs, customer behaviors, and policy incentives. Additionally, we present an investment landscape of disruptive... Read more...
On Tuesday, January 8, a SEAS Admissions Representative will host an Application Workshop for prospective Master of Science and Master of Landscape Architecture students.
A registration link will be provided shortly.
The U-M Green Career Fair is co-sponsored by the U-M School for Environment and Sustainability (SEAS), Program in the Environment (PitE), Students for Clean Energy, and Net Impact. Employers will be on-campus recruiting for jobs and internships in environmental and sustainability fields. The event is open to all U-M undergraduate and graduate students from across degree programs. Updated event information will be posted at greencareerfair.com.