Search Results

Your search for "Regulation" returned the following 3 expert(s):

BERNARD, Jean-Thomas »


Jean-Thomas Bernard

Visiting professor
Faculty of Social Sciences
Economics

Contact information:

Office: 613-562-5800 (1374)
Home: 613-680-7765
E-mail:

Research information:

  • Economic aspects of energy use: price, costs and governmental policies.
  • Analysis of energy markets by price and cost: electricity, oil, natural gas.
  • Government policies relating to energy: taxation, programs and regulations.
  • Economic considerations of greenhouse gas emissions.

Area(s) of expertise:

(View other experts in this field)

Language preference:

English and French

HAYSOM, Joan »


Senior Engineer and Business Development Lead
Adjunct Professor
Faculty of Engineering
School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Contact information:

Office: 613-683-3298
E-mail:
Website

Preferred method s of contact:

E-mail, Office Telephone

Research information:

Photovoltaics, sustainable electricity, renewable energy, low carbon innovation, sustainable development: including technological innovations in photovoltaic materials, optimization of photovoltaic systems, energy yield, integration of renewables onto the electrical grid, and innovative policy. 

Area(s) of expertise:

(View other experts in this field)

Language preference:

English and French

HIMICK, Darlene »


Associate professor
Telfer School of Management

Contact information:

E-mail:

Preferred method of contact:

E-mail

Research information:

I currently research the range of positions that investors take to respond to climate. These include incorporating ESG in their investment policies, engaging with companies, or divesting from fossil fuels entirely. I am currently involved on a large project about the fossil fuel divestment movement, comprised of students, faculty, and other activists worldwide who promote the exit from carbon intensive industries, in large institutional investors like pension funds, universities, and governments. I examine the range of responses to this movement, from doing nothing, to adopting a net-zero approach, all the way to committing to divest from energy companies.

Area(s) of expertise:

(View other experts in this field)

Language preference:

English only

Find an Expert

line divider

Search our database of more than 500 University of Ottawa experts, who can comment on current events or share their expertise for news features.

Hint: Searches are not case sensitive and word fragments are accepted.

Sub-categories for "Energy"

« See all categories