Association Webinars: Northeast Decarbonization and Regional Electricity Sector Integration

  

Deeper regional integration in the electricity sector across the North American Northeast can bring substantial benefits in reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions through the deployment of renewable energy. In this region, as elsewhere in the world, GHG emission reduction targets imply the dual challenge of electrifying many energy needs and decarbonizing electricity production. This webinar presents the findings of our report arguing that better coordination in planning and operating the Northeast electricity sector could greatly facilitate decarbonization.

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Speaker: Pierre-Oliver Pineau, Chair in Energy Sector Management, HEC Montreal (https://energie.hec.ca/en)

Pierre-Oliver Pineau (PhD, HEC Montreal, 2000) is a professor at the Department of Decision Sciences of HEC Montreal and holds the Chair in Energy Sector Management since December 2013. He is an energy policy and management specialist, with a focus on electricity reforms. He has published many papers on the energy sector, most of them exploring the links between energy and some aspects of sustainable development. He participates regularly in the public debate on energy and has authored many reports for the government and other public organizations.

He is a researcher and Fellow at the Center for Interuniversity Research and Analysis of Organizations (CIRANO). Before joining HEC Montreal, he was an associate professor at the School of Public Administration, University of Victoria (2001-2006).

 

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