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Jeremiah Johnson

Associate Professor; North Carolina State's Department of Civil, Construction, & Environmental Engineering

Jeremiah Johnson joined NC State in August 2017 as an associate professor in the Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering. His research uses systems methods to evaluate the environmental impacts of changes to the power system, including those driven by technology (such as the integration of wind power, solar photovoltaics and energy storage) and policy. Currently, Johnson serves as the principal investigator for a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to study emissions impacts of distributed energy storage used in reliability applications. Additionally, he is co-PI of an NSF project examining the urban food-energy-water nexus, using Detroit and Beijing as case studies. He is currently conducting experiments on university building heating and cooling systems, in an effort to reduce energy losses when their demand is altered to provide power system services. At NC State, Johnson teaches courses related to sustainable engineering, life cycle assessment and energy systems analysis. Johnson’s most recent appointment was at the University of Michigan’s School of Natural Resources and Environment, where he was involved the creation of case-based instructional materials for sustainability education. He earned his graduate degrees in environmental engineering from Yale University, where his dissertation on material flows and energy use in anthropogenic metal cycles earned the Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors (AEESP) Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award. Johnson holds a Bachelor of Science in chemical engineering with a concentration in environmental engineering from Clarkson University.

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Renewable Energy at the National Aquarium
Christina Gomez, energy and sustainability manager for the National Aquarium in Maryland, is looking back at the success the organization has had over the past two years in shrinking its…
Publication Date: 03/23/2016 Product ID: 1-430-451
Evading the Death Spiral: Minnesota's Value of Solar Tariff
Chair of the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission Beverly Jones Heydinger has to decide on the right formula for the Minnesota Value of Solar Tariff (VOST). The calculation is a replacement…
Publication Date: 10/08/2015 Product ID: 1-430-450