Transportation Energy Seminar
Speaker: Jonathan Rubin, Professor, Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center and School of Economics
Dr. Rubin is a Professor in the School of Economics and the Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center at the University of Maine. He specializes in the economics of energy, light-duty transportation, greenhouse gas emissions and alternative fuels. His research investigates low carbon transportation fuels, biofuel pathways, and the potential economic and environmental impacts from trading greenhouse gases and fuel efficiency credits for automobiles and light-duty trucks. He is the Chair of the Environment and Energy Section (ADC00) of US Transportation Research Board (TRB) of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. From 2008-2014 he was the Chair of the Committee on Transportation Energy, TRB. He has been an advisory panel member, Airport Cooperative Research Program 02-56 (developing an airport business case for renewable energy), S02-02 (sustainable facilities and practices), and the National Cooperative Highway Research Program 25-35 (guidebook for designing and managing rights-of-way for carbon sequestration and biomass generation)
Streaming and video conferencing are available. Please contact Carol Hamel (email@example.com) for details.