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Examining Low-Income Community Solar Program and Energy Justice in New Jersey: An AI-Based Crowdsourcing Study

2024-06-14T19:07:47-04:00

By Sania Murtuza, Tai Vu, & Yao Sun, Ph.D. With the intention of developing an interactive map for Jersey City, Newark, and Trenton, the research team first obtained zip code data for New Jersey from an online dataset [...]

Examining Low-Income Community Solar Program and Energy Justice in New Jersey: An AI-Based Crowdsourcing Study2024-06-14T19:07:47-04:00

Key Insights from Early Offshore Wind Implementation in the United States

2024-06-10T09:34:12-04:00

Photo ©: Block Wind Farm   By Jessica Parineet Offshore wind development is in its early stages in the United States, with just under one gigawatt (GW) of utility scale capacity constructed[1][2]. State decarbonization goals have catalyzed industry progress thus far, however the Biden administration has increased federal support, including a national goal to deploy [...]

Key Insights from Early Offshore Wind Implementation in the United States2024-06-10T09:34:12-04:00

Improving Socioeconomic Outcomes: Comparison of Offshore Wind Implementation in Denmark and New Jersey

2024-04-22T09:27:38-04:00

By Jessica Parineet In 1991, the world’s first demonstration offshore wind farm began operating off the coast of Denmark[1]. Today, the UK leads the EU region with 15 gigawatts (GW) of capacity, followed by Germany with 8.5 GW, the Netherlands with 4.7 GW, and Denmark with nearly 2.7 GW[2]. Despite early adoption in Europe, China [...]

Improving Socioeconomic Outcomes: Comparison of Offshore Wind Implementation in Denmark and New Jersey2024-04-22T09:27:38-04:00

Extreme Heat, Coastal Flooding, and Health Disparities: Climate Change Impacts on Older Adults in New Jersey

2024-04-18T08:52:37-04:00

By Josephine O’Grady. New Jersey is facing a myriad of climate challenges, including extreme heat, heavy precipitation, coastal flooding, and more natural disasters. The state is currently warming faster than the rest of the northeast [...]

Extreme Heat, Coastal Flooding, and Health Disparities: Climate Change Impacts on Older Adults in New Jersey2024-04-18T08:52:37-04:00

Report Release: 15-Minute Neighborhoods: A Pathway to Creating Healthier, More Just, Resilient, & Sustainable Communities in New Jersey

2024-04-15T08:50:58-04:00

By Jon Carnegie, June Greeman, and Jacob Thompson Read Report   Over the past several years, several policy threads have gained prominence in New Jersey. These include adapting to climate change, advancing social justice, and addressing the needs of overburdened communities. In addition, the global COVID-19 pandemic’s disparate impacts on traditionally marginalized populations (low-income, [...]

Report Release: 15-Minute Neighborhoods: A Pathway to Creating Healthier, More Just, Resilient, & Sustainable Communities in New Jersey2024-04-15T08:50:58-04:00

Examining Low-Income Community Solar Program and Energy Justice in New Jersey: An AI-Based Crowdsourcing Study

2024-04-08T09:16:32-04:00

By Sania Murtuza, Vibha Venkataraman, Tai Vu, & Yao Sun, Ph.D. Guided by the theoretical and practical frameworks from the literature, the research team led efforts to specify neighborhoods in New Jersey [...]

Examining Low-Income Community Solar Program and Energy Justice in New Jersey: An AI-Based Crowdsourcing Study2024-04-08T09:16:32-04:00

Report Release: Resilience Through Functionality: Outcome-Driven Quantification Approach with Stakeholders-Based Calibration

2024-05-28T15:15:53-04:00

By Michel C. Boufadel, Ph.D., P.E., Firas Gerges, Ph.D., Hani Nassif, Ph.D., P.E. In the face of escalating challenges posed by climate change and rapid urbanization, community resilience is of paramount importance. Quantifying resilience is a crucial step in identifying vulnerabilities [...]

Report Release: Resilience Through Functionality: Outcome-Driven Quantification Approach with Stakeholders-Based Calibration2024-05-28T15:15:53-04:00

Delivering the Benefits of Offshore Wind to Communities: How New Jersey is Making Progress

2024-03-28T09:23:24-04:00

By Jessica Parineet. In support of the state’s goals, Governor Murphy’s administration has set an ambitious target of 11,000 megawatts (MW) of installed offshore wind capacity in New Jersey by 2040 [...]

Delivering the Benefits of Offshore Wind to Communities: How New Jersey is Making Progress2024-03-28T09:23:24-04:00

Examining Low-Income Community Solar Program and Energy Justice in New Jersey: An AI-Based Crowdsourcing Study

2024-02-12T20:03:27-05:00

By Yao Sun, Ph.D., Avanish Kulkarni, & Sania Murtuza. As the global emphasis on sustainability grows everyday— it is crucial to assess different alternatives for energy that does not require the burning of fossil fuels and nonrenewable energies in general [...]

Examining Low-Income Community Solar Program and Energy Justice in New Jersey: An AI-Based Crowdsourcing Study2024-02-12T20:03:27-05:00
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