Joseph Nyangon is a PhD student at CEEP where he is researching new business models for the US electricity and energy resource markets, including the impact of natural gas and renewable energy resources and the transition towards low-carbon power systems. Prior to joining CEEP, he worked with the Canadian-based International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) where he participated in international climate change negotiations (including meetings organized by the UNFCCC, IPCC, GEF, CSD, Basel, Rotterdam and Stockholm Conventions, and other multilateral meetings on energy and climate change). His research interests includes energy economics, electricity regulation and markets, electric power systems, data science, infrastructure investments, and innovation policy.
Post-Paris Agreement: FREE’S Focus on Subnational Climate Action | January 15, 2016
China’s Cap-and-Trade Decisions | December 23, 2015
Paris Agreement: A Landmark Climate Change Policy Architecture Reached | December 16, 2015
Why the U.S. Urgently Needs to Invest in Modernizing its Energy Infrastructure | Sept. 15, 2015
Mobilizing Public and Private Capital for Clean Energy Financing | April 4, 2015
Obama’s Budget Proposals for Clean Energy and Climate Investments | February 17, 2015
Impacts of Shale Boom in the U.S. and Beyond | January 26, 2015