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Energy and Water Conservation: Perceptions, Incentives, and Policies

When: Wednesday, April 10, 2013 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Where: Symons Hall, Room 3121 : Symons Hall, Room 3121
Event Type(s): Forum

Pizza and refreshments will be served!

Graduate students and faculty members will gather and discuss interdisciplinary research around the theme "Energy and Water Conservation". Please join us!

Five graduate students will present research posters:

1. Casey Wichman (AREC): "Perceived Price in Residential Water Demand: Evidence from a Natural Experiment"

2. Dan Werner (AREC): "Residential Electricity Demand, Split Incentives, and Refrigerator Efficiency"

3. Shirley Pon (AREC): "What is the Willingness to Pay for Real-time Electricity Usage Information?"

4. Joe Maher (AREC): "The Cost-Effectiveness of Rebate Programs for Residential Energy-Efficiency Retrofits"

5. Ron Chan (ECON): "Optimal Compliance with Environmental Policy: How Large Are the Cost Savings from Emissions Trading?"

Event is open to all students, faculty and general public. Funding provided by Graduate Student Government.

For more information, contact:
Joe Maher
The Association of Agricultural and Resource Economists at College Park

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