June 7, 2022
Category: News

PSE Quarterly Newsletter | Summer 2022

PSE Energy Quarterly is the newsletter of PSE Healthy Energy, a nonprofit energy science and policy research institute that studies the way energy production and use impact public health and the environment.

Featured

UTILITY DIVE OPINION

Arjun Makhijani, president of the Institute for Energy and Environmental Research and Boris Lukanov, senior scientist at PSE Healthy Energy published an opinion in Utility Dive sharing the findings of their affordability report for the Colorado Energy Office.

PSE Senior Scientist Patrick Murphy published an opinion in Utility Dive on common barriers to resilient, distributed clean energy across the United States.

News Briefs

Integrating Health and Equity in Utility Planning

Integrated resource planning (IRP) is required by 28 states to ensure that utilities adequately prepare for future electricity needs. Through a series of reports and expert testimony, we are providing IRP stakeholders with scientific metrics to evaluate the broader societal and environmental implications of utility plans. Learn more about our work integrating health and equity into utility planning.

Richmond Air Monitoring Network

PSE’s collaborative Richmond Air Monitoring Network has now collected over two years of air pollution data from California’s San Pablo-Richmond neighborhoods. PSE scientists Dr. Lukanov, Karan Shetty, and Audrey Smith presented preliminary findings from the project at the UC Davis Air Sensors International Conference in Pasadena, California.

Review of Health Research on Wildfire and Prescribed Fire Smoke

In response to increasing risk, frequency, and intensity of wildfires, regions throughout the country are seeking to expand the use of prescribed fire. In this report, PSE researchers reviewed and summarized existing research on the air quality and human health impacts of wildfire and prescribed fire.

Kitchen Pollutants Study

Toronto and Vancouver became the first international sampling sites for our kitchen pollutants studies. Learn more about our research on the composition of natural gas.

Welcome to PSE

Ari Libenson is a second year Masters of Science student at UC Berkeley’s School of Public Health studying Environmental Health Sciences. As a summer intern for PSE Healthy Energy, Libenson is contributing to the development of a comprehensive database on natural gas composition.

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