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Should ships in India switch to shore power?

Destenie Nock and Jeremy Michalek, alongside a team of College of Engineering researchers, investigated the impacts of online grocery delivery on energy use, emissions, and traffic congestion.

How sustainable is online grocery delivery?

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Professor Erica Fuchs testified before Congress on the need for cross-mission critical technology analytics to build a resilient economy.

Fuchs gives testimony before Senate Banking Committee

Fischhoff co-authors report on lessons from COVID

Howard Heinz University Professor Baruch Fischhoff co-authored The COVID War, a book evaluating the effectiveness of the government’s COVID response efforts.

Fischhoff authors book

U.S. natural gas pipelines vulnerable to electric outages

New research from Sean Smillie, Granger Morgan, and Jay Apt shows that interdependencies between the natural gas and electric grids could cause cascading outages during hazardous events, particularly in California, the Midwest, the Gulf Coast, and the Eastern US.

U.S. natural gas pipelines vulnerable to electric outages

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