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Center for Energy and Environmental Policy

Established in 1980 at the University of Delaware, the Center is a leading institution for interdisciplinary graduate education, research, and advocacy in energy and environmental policy.

CEEP is led by Dr. John Byrne, Distinguished Professor of Energy Climate Policy at the University. For his contributions to Working Group III of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) since 1992, he shares the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize with the Panel’s authors and review editors.

The Center is composed of an internationally diverse faculty and research staff with backgrounds in a variety of disciplines including economics, sociology, geography, political science, philosophy, engineering, urban planning and environmental studies.

CEEP’s student body is likewise a diverse cultural and intellectual community. Placing a premium on critical thinking and analysis, students at CEEP are addressing a wide spectrum of issues from climate change to energy transformation, environmental justice, indigenous rights, sustainable development and water equity. CEEP provides students with a range of opportunities to follow their own research interests within three degree programs.

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Reducing soft costs of renewable energy deployment can accelerate their cost-competitiveness

By Benjamin Attia February 23, 2015 Despite the dramatic dip in oil prices in recent weeks, the cost of renewable generation technologies has reached an unprecedent

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