20 June 2017
Jeffrey M. Bielicki, 2006 YSSP
Assistant Professor, Energy Sustainability Research Group, The Ohio State University
Prof. Bielicki researches issues in which energy and environmental systems and policy interact. His research group focuses on understanding opportunities, causes, and consequences of energy development and technology deployment in order to understand how to evolve energy systems in ways that will improve environmental, economic, and social conditions. His most recent focus has been on using carbon dioxide and sedimentary basin geothermal resources to produce and store energy. He is an Assistant Professor at The Ohio State University where he holds a joint appointment in the Department of Civil, Environmental, and Geodetic Engineering and in the John Glenn College of Public Affairs. He is also on the faculty of the Environmental Science Graduate Program and has courtesy appointment in the City and Regional Planning section of the Knowlton School of Architecture.
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Lilliestam, J., Bielicki, J.M., & Patt, A. (2012). Comparing carbon capture and storage (CCS) with concentrating solar power (CSP): Potentials, costs, risks, and barriers. Energy Policy 47, 447-456. 10.1016/j.enpol.2012.05.020.
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