Master’s Projects

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2017

Designing a low carbon fuel standard to achieve deep GHG reduction targets: Insights from an energy-economy simulation model of British Columbia, Justin Lepitzki, 2017

2016

Consumer lifestyle and response to low-carbon technologies: Semi-structured interviews with plug-in electric vehicle owners in British Columbia, Canada,  Josh Cairns, 2016

Does a region need its own zero emission vehicle mandate, or can it free-ride off another? Modelling British Columbia and California, Maxwell Sykes, 2016

2015

Understanding consumer knowledge, perceptions, and preferences regarding pro-environmental technology: The cases of plug-in electric vehicles and utility controlled charging, Bradley G. Langman, 2015

Modelling the greenhouse gas emissions intensity of plug-in electric vehicles in Canada using short-term and long-term perspectives, George Kamiya, 2015

Exploring Pro-Environmental Lifestyles & Values in Canada, Danette E.W. Moulé, 2015

Picking Winners: Assessing the Costs of Technology-Specific Climate Policy for U.S. Passenger Vehicles, Derek Peters, 2015

2014

Public perceptions of Carbon Capture and Storage Public perception, Karen Leila Mascarenhas, 2014

2013

Picking Winners: Assessing the Costs of Technology-Specific Climate Policy for U.S. Passenger Vehicles, Jacob Fox, 2013

PhD Projects

2015

Addressing intermittency issues for renewable energy resources in British Columbia from the supply and demand perspectives, Joseph Bailey, 2015