Assistant Professor, Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering
157 Rosenau Hall
Accepting PhD students
Dr. Kittner’s research focuses on planning for sustainable, resilient, and equitable energy systems at multiple scales – from distributed mini-grids to municipal and regional electricity generation. His current projects range from modeling the role of energy storage in reaching California’s zero-carbon electricity target for 2045 to the public health impacts of continued reliance on coal and fossil-fuels. In DCRP, Dr. Kittner is teaching PLAN 390 – Sustainable Energy Systems in Fall 2020. He holds appointments in Environmental Sciences and Engineering in the School of Public Health and the interdisciplinary Environment, Ecology, and Energy Program (E3P).
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Affiliations: Center for Community Capital, Environment - Ecology & Energy Program (E3P)