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Timothy Lipman

Timothy Lipman

Timothy Lipman, PhD, is an energy and environmental technology, economics, and policy researcher with the University of California - Berkeley. He is currently serving as Co-Director of the Transportation Sustainability Research Center (TSRC), based at the Institute of Transportation Studies. He is also a Research Affiliate with the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL). Dr. Lipman’s research focuses on electric vehicles, fuel cell technology, combined heat and power systems, renewable energy, and electricity and hydrogen production and distribution infrastructure. He completed a Ph.D. degree in Environmental Policy Analysis with the Graduate Group in Ecology at UC Davis (1999) and also holds an MS degree from UC Davis in Transportation Technology and Policy (1998) and a BA degree from Stanford University (1990). He is a Member of the Transportation Energy Committee of the Transportation Research Board of the National Academies of Science and Engineering, a member of the Advisory Committee for the Bay Area Air Quality Management District, and on the editorial boards of Transportation Research-D, Fuels, and the International Journal of Sustainable Engineering.

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Dr. Lipman has led many research efforts at UC Berkeley and LBNL over the past 20 years, including those related to electric vehicle technologies, energy and transportation policy, hydrogen and fuel cells, energy market transformation, distributed power generation, and household travel behavior. Funding agencies and clients have included the U.S. Department of Energy, the National Science Foundation, the California Energy Commission, the California Air Resources Board, the California Department of Transportation, the Bay Area Air Quality Management District, the California Plug-In Electric Vehicle Collaboration, and various automakers and other private sector groups. His work focuses on the ability of emerging and transformative transportation and energy technologies to create new economic opportunities, provide for better and more equitable mobility and energy services for all economic sectors, and improve environmental and human health.

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