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Center for Energy Economics and Public Policy
The Center for Energy Economics and Public Policy (CEEPP) examines the economic impacts of energy policies through the development of empirically-based energy economic models. CEEPP exists to provide objective economic analysis of energy policymaking at the state, national, and international level. Focusing on econometric modeling of energy markets and energy and environmental policy initiatives, CEEPP seeks to address key questions regarding the future of global energy production and provide useful outreach materials to educate stakeholders. Natural gas pricing, economies of carbon capture and storage, and wind energy development are among the research topics being investigated at present.
Timothy Considine, Director
College of Business
Department of Economics & Finance
College of Business Building Room 323