Seth Blumsack

Seth
Blumsack

Professor of Energy and Environmental Economics and International Affairs,
Director of the Center for Energy Law and Policy

Expertise:

  • Sustainability & Environment

Focus Areas:

  • Electric Power and Natural Gas
  • Energy
  • Energy Law and Policy

About

  • Blumsack has been studying the electric power industry through academic and consulting affiliations for more than fifteen years.
  • Blumsack has authored or co-authored more than fifty scientific papers; book chapters; and articles in industry and popular press, with research funding from the U.S. National Science Foundation, Department of Energy, Environmental Protection Agency, and private industry.
  • Blumsak has consulted with the American Public Power Association, Bayer Materials, the Congressional Research Service, the Consortium for Risk Assessment and Stakeholder Participation, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, the Idaho National Laboratory, the U.S. Department of Energy, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and numerous electric utilities and State Public Utility Commissions.

Seth Blumsack is Professor of Energy and Environmental Economics and International Affairs in EME and Director of the Center for Energy Law and Policy. Blumsack’s research centers on the electricity and natural gas industries; environmental management related to energy and infrastructure; resilience of energy infrastructure; regulation and deregulation in network industries; network science; risk analysis; and managing complex infrastructure systems.

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