Andrew Ford
Professor Emeritus

I retired from the School of the Environment at Washington State University in May of 2014.

My classes at WSU dealt with energy and enviromental problems in the west.

My research at WSU advanced the use of computer simulation models to better anticipate the impacts of energy and carbon policies.

I continue this research today, with a focus on renewable generation and the role of energy storage.

The most recent storage study
shows the value of bulk storage to the power system in Ontario, Canada.

Photo on the boardwalk path to Mono Lake,
one of the cases in Modeling the Environment.

Comments are welcome:

Supporting Website
for my text on
(2nd Edition, Island Press, 2009)

 Courses (Fall 2014)

 Modeling the Environment
(Env Sci 310 and Env Sci 550) 

The Science and Policy of
Climate Change (Env Sci 285)

 Selected Publications  

Energy Publications

Ontario Energy Storage Study

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