Baker Fellow, Dr.
Dr. Charles Sims examined the Economic Potential of South Knoxville’s Urban Wilderness trail. The Urban Wilderness trail system in South
Dr. David Greene, a Baker Fellow in Energy and Environment, has an updated paper published online by Energy Policy. This […]
Dr. David Greene examined the infrastructure for alternative transportation refueling and provides his results in this white paper.
David L. Greene, Sangsoo Park, and Changzheng Liu discuss the logistics and implications of utilizing electric cars and the effects of technological and market uncertainties on the likelihood of a successful transition and its benefits and costs.
On May 1, 2013, the Baker Center hosted a Department of Energy – Clean Cities conference.
This report describes an effort to model the transition to electric drive vehicles in California, including measuring the costs and benefits, quantifying the transition barriers and network external benefits, and estimating the effects of public policies on the transition process.
This paper explores the demands energy production has placed on water resources in Tennessee, and especially East Tennessee.
This White Paper provides a report on the Fall 2012 conference “Base-load Electricity from Natural Gas and Nuclear Power: The Role of Federal and State Policy.”
Baker Center Senior Fellow and ORNL Corporate Fellow, David Greene, and co-authors, Roderick Lee (George Washington University) and Janet Hopson