PhD Student Researchers
|Name||Doctoral Research Topic|
|International Environmental Policy|
|Sustainability and Sustainable Development|
|Water Sustainability and Water Policy|
|Renewable Energy Transitions|
|Environmental Policy and Sustainable Energy|
|Decentralized Energy System & Microgrid|
|Nuclear Policy and Environmental Justice|
|Analysis of Best Practice Policies of Biodiversity Conservation|
|Political Economy and Energy Policy|
|Sustainability; Policy and Technology Nexus|
|Sustainable Urban Transportation Strategies|
|International Cooperation Mechanisms for Renewable Energy|
|DG Technologies and Virtual Power Plants|
|Political Ecology and Renewable Energy|
|Climate Change and Sustainability|
|Applying the Sustainable Energy Utility Model to Develop Solar Cities|
|Green Energy Policy|
|Global Environmental Challenges|
|The Role of Civil Society, the Business Sector and the State in Environmental Policy|
|Environmental Economics, Policy and Management|
Masters Student Researchers
|Clean Air Act Reforms and Their Impact on Utility Power Plant Design and Investment|
|Urban Sustainable Development|
|Monitoring & Varification Methodologies to Confirm Energy Savings|
|Distributed Energy Generation Planning and Analysis|
|Sustainable Electricity Policy Analysis|
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