Joseph M. Cohen is a Vice President in charge of PERI's renewable energy practice.
For the past 21 years he
has conducted extensive energy, environmental, and financial analyses for federal and state governments, electric utilities, private industry, and the U.S. military.
work has included assessments of the technical, economic, and market status of renewable energy, energy conservation, and energy efficient technologies.
has also analyzed environmental impacts and benefits, projected cost performance trends, and non-technical barriers to deployment of such technologies, and formulated recommendations for RD&D actions to address technical, institutional, and financial barriers to technology adoption in the market.
has also performed engineering design for renewable energy systems development, and has conducted energy systems field analysis, system sizing, and energy auditing services.
Mr. Cohen has a B.S. in Physics from the College of William and Mary and a M.S. in Technology and Human Affairs from the Engineering School at Washington University in St. Louis.