David von Hippel

Senior Associate Researcher (former)


Eugene, OR
dvonhip@igc.org
skype: davidvonhippel
+1 (541) 687-9275

David was an SEI Associate based in Eugene, Oregon. His experience covered a broad range of topics and applications in the fields of energy and resource planning and environmental management, including energy efficiency, demand-side management and integrated resource planning for utilities, renewable energy, global climate change, acid gas emissions, rural electrification, international electricity grid integration, and energy/environment scenario modeling. Over the past two decades he has worked in the United States and in dozens of countries around the world on projects for the United Nations, World Bank, environmental organizations, government agencies, private foundations, and private and public utilities, providing training, analysis, development of analytical tools, and advice. David received his Ph.D. in Energy and Resources from the University of California at Berkeley in 1987.


Recent Publications by David von Hippel

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Clean Electricity Options for the Pacific Northwest, An Assessment of Efficiency and Renewable Potentials through the year 2020

A Report to the Northwest Energy Coalition

Author(s): Lazarus, M. ; von Hippel, D. ; Bernow, S.
Year: 2002

Research Area(s): Climate Mitigation Policy


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A Guide to Environmental Analysis for Energy Planners

Author(s): Lazarus, M. ; von Hippel, D. ; Hill, D.; Margolis, R
Year: 1995

Research Area(s): Energy Modeling ; Climate Mitigation Policy


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Mitigation Assessment Handbook

Technical Appendix

Author(s): Lazarus, M. ; Heaps, C. ; von Hippel, D.
Year: 1994

Research Area(s): Energy Modeling ; Climate Mitigation Policy


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Estimating Greenhouse Gas Emissions From Fossil Fuel Consumption: Two Approaches Compared

Energy Policy

Author(s): von Hippel, D. ; Raskin, P.; Subak, S.; Stavisky, D
Year: 1993

Research Area(s): Climate Mitigation Policy