Category: Environment

The Unstoppable Changing of the Electricity Guard

By on December 20th, 2017 in Commentary, Environment, Magazine Articles, Societal Impact

Twenty-five years ago we didn’t know that solar energy, including modular photovoltaic (PV) plants ranging in size from 1 kW to hundreds of megawatts, along with increasingly larger, electronically-aided wind generators (up to 8-MW offshore units), would become in just 25 years the cornerstones of a revolution in power production that is drastically changing the face and fate of power systems.

Engineers and Social Acceptance of Renewable Energy

By on December 16th, 2017 in Editorial & Opinion, Environment, Magazine Articles, Societal Impact

Unmet local concerns related to renewable energy projects can result in costly project delays or cancellation. Strong political and financial incentives encourage state authorities and renewable energy developers to address issues of social acceptance.

Matt Barth

By on November 9th, 1926 in

2014 – 2015 IEEE ITSS President 2013 IEEE ITSS President Elect Other Related Activities/Interests Social impacts of intelligent transportation, automated…  Read More

Philip Hall

By on November 8th, 1920 in

Homebase location * Ann Arbor, Michigan USA Email SSIT Roles (and years) * 2013-15 DL 2013-17 BoG Member 2015…  Read More