Tony G. Reames conducts research in the emerging field of energy justice, which investigates fair and equitable access to affordable, reliable, and clean energy technology. His research employs energy analysis, geographic information systems (GIS), and policy analysis tools to study disparities in urban residential energy dynamics focusing on the production and persistence of spatial, racial, and socioeconomic inequality. To watch an interview on how his research interests evolved, visit: http://snre.umich.edu/news/12-22-2016/dr_tony_reames_brings_community_ap...
His is recipient of the Harvard School of Public Health, JPB Foundation Environmental Health Fellowhip 2018-2021.
- Eliminating the Path to Energy Poverty: A Multi-State Analysis of Equity in Energy Efficiency Investments
- MASTER'S PROJECT: An Analysis of Waste Management and Zero Waste in Detroit, Michigan
- MASTER'S PROJECT: Improving Institutional Access to Clean Energy Incentives through Research and Education
- MASTER'S PROJECT: Roadmap to Water Security
- Profiling Households in the Energy Efficiency Donut Hole
- Unlocking Widespread Solar Adoption: Understanding Preferences of Low- to Moderate-Income Households to Create Scalable, Sustainable Models
- A community-based approach to low-income residential energy efficiency participation barriers
- An incandescent truth: Disparities in energy-efficient lighting availability and prices in an urban U.S. county
- Targeting energy justice: Exploring spatial, racial/ethnic and socioeconomic disparities in urban residential heating energy efficiency
- The Intersection of Energy and Justice: Modeling the Spatial, Racial/Ethnic and Socioeconomic Patterns of Urban Residential Heating Consumption and Efficiency in Detroit, Michigan