“From Private Lives to Collective Action: Recruitment and Participation Incentives for a
Community Energy Program.” Forthcoming. Energy Policy. Special Issue: Low Carbon
“Community Energy: A Social Architecture for an Alternative Energy Future.” 2005. Bulletin of
Science, Technology and Society. Volume 25, Number 5: 387-401.
'If you Can't Do It Here': Institutional Versus Community-Based Initiatives in Energy Planning." 2010.
Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association. Chicago, Illinois.
It Takes Money to Buy Whiskey’: Local Energy Systems and Civic Participation. 2008.
Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association.
Beyond the Rhetoric: Distributed Technologies and Political Engagement. 2007. Proceedings of
the 7th International Summer Academy on Technology Studies: Transforming the
Energy System: The Role of Institutions, Interests & Ideas. The Inter-University
Research Centre for Technology, Work and Culture (IFZ). Graz, Austria.
The Power of Words: The Rhetoric of Community and the Reality of Community Energy. 2005.
Presented at the Australasian Political Science Association. Dunedin, NZ.
Community Energy: A Social Architecture for an Alternative Energy Future. Presented at the
International Solar City Congress, Daegu, South Korea and Seoul National University,
November 2004; De Montfort University, Leicester University, June 2004; the
International Society for People and Society, Vienna, Austria, July, 2004; and the
Minnesota Political Science Association, 2003.
Community Energy: Issues and Research. 2004. Presented at Kyungpook National University
Research Institute for Energy, Environment and Economy School of Economics and
Report on the Clean Energy Resource Teams (CERTs) Project. 2008. Phase One: Analysis of
Online Survey of CERTs Participants.
Report on the Clean Energy Resource Teams (CERTs) Project. 2007. Phase Two: Analysis of
Focus Groups of CERTs Participants.
Report on the Clean Energy Resource Teams (CERTs) Project. June 2005. Prepared for the
Minnesota Department of Commerce, the Minnesota Project University of Minnesota
Sustainable Development Partnerships, the Rural Minnesota Energy Board, the Metro
County Energy Task Force and the Resource Conservation and Development Councils.