Author of Renewable Energy Policy and a Senior Advisor at the energy consulting firm ESource, Paul Komor is an expert on renewable energy technologies and policies and their relationship to electric utilities, utility restructuring, and large electricity users. He has researched and taught energy policy and technology at Princeton, Stanford, Imperial College (London), and currently at the University of Colorado at Boulder, where he serves as Director of Energy Education.
Komor co-authored the chapter “Mitigation Options for Human Settlements” in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s Second Assessment Report. His comparative work on U.S. and European Union energy policies has been funded by the Diebold Foundation.
Prior to his academic career, he was a Project Director at the U.S. Congress’s Office of Technology Assessment, where he authored the seminal report Building Energy Efficiency and worked with House and Senate Congressional Committees in preparing and evaluating energy legislation.
Komor speaks on renewable energy technologies and policies and their relationship to electric utilities, utility restructuring, and large electricity users.
Video of a presentation is available here, and information about his book is available here. To explore engaging Paul Komor as a speaker, contact him by email here. For the most up-to-date information about Paul, visit his website here.
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