M. Granger Morgan
University and Lord Chair Professor of Engineering
M. Granger Morgan served for 38 years as founding head of the Department of Engineering and Public Policy. He is a professor of electrical and computer engineering; co-director of the Center for Climate and Energy Decision Making and co-director of the Electricity Industry Center.
Morgan has a deep understanding of climate change, environmental policy and the uncertainties involved. He can speak to issues related to:
- global warming — as extreme weather patterns disrupt our daily lives, it is clear that climate change is a challenge for our planet
- carbon sequestration — an alternative to coal-fired plants spewing their carbon dioxide fumes into the air could be to pump them deep inside the ground for storage
- public policy — from searching for clean energy to harnessing the electric power grid, new policies are needed to replace outdated regulations
For an interview, email Sherry Stokes or call her at 412-268-5976.For additional information, visit the site of the Carbon Capture and Sequestration Regulatory Project, where Morgan serves as principal investigator.