Research associate, public policy, University of Calgary
Kent Fellows is a research associate and the Associate Program Director of The Canadian Northern Corridor research program at The School of Public Policy, University of Calgary. He has a PhD in economics with specializations in industrial organization, regulatory economics, public finance, energy economics and computational economics. Kent also works in the area of regional economics and trade. In 2016 he provided testimony to the Senate of Canada on the topic of National Transportation Corridors and in 2020 was an invited member on the European Court of Auditors' Major Transport Infrastructure Global Bench-Marking Panel.
Feb 26, 2021 14:44 pm UTC| Technology
As the recent disaster in Texas showed, climate change requires electricity utilities to prepare for extreme events. This global weirding leads to more intense storms, higher wind speeds, heatwaves and droughts that can...