Lewis J. Perelman
Areas of Expertise:
Lewis Perelman has over 30 years of successful experience as a policy analyst and strategist assisting public and private organizations to improve performance, achieve goals, manage risks, develop and implement effective innovations, and reduce costs.
Dr. Perelman often has been cited by clients and employers for his outstanding abilities to quickly absorb key concepts and critical information; rapidly diagnose problems and evaluate performance; devise alternative and innovative solutions; assess cost-effectiveness; integrate information and collaborate across boundaries; and deliver highly effective communications. He is adept at connecting human factors with technical elements of complex systems. He has been author, contributor, and/or editor of 13 books and over 100 reports and publications.
Dr. Perelman's most recent book is "Energy Innovation: Fixing the Technical Fix." For information see: http://www.energyinnovation.perelman.net.
Dr. Perelman’s recent experience has focused on the intersection of national security and disaster preparedness with energy security and environmental sustainability. Particular fields of his recent and past work include the development and adoption of alternative energy technologies; infrastructure resilience and adaptability; climate change; IT and knowledge management; human capital investment; and business and economic development.
Recent Comments by Lewis J. Perelman
- "I take Dale's latest question as essentially rhetorical: It seems aimed at establishing a national goal of reducing oil consumption to some "right" le" on How Much (And What Kind) of Energy Is Enough?
- "Here is another paper from last year that makes a similar argument: " on Uncovering the Forces that Impact Oil Prices
- "I agree with David Kreutzer. " on How Much (And What Kind) of Energy Is Enough?
- "I agree with David Kreutzer. Markets exist to enable individuals to demonstrate their preferences. Welfare economics attempts to find ways to intern" on How Much (And What Kind) of Energy Is Enough?
- "I agree with David Kreutzer. Markets exist to enable individuals to demonstrate their preferences. Welfare economics attempts to find ways to in" on How Much (And What Kind) of Energy Is Enough?
- "Prof. Brown's key point: "The economic and policy uncertaintie" on Will the Bonanza of Cheap Natural Gas Postpone the Transition to a Clean Energy Future?
- "While I think this debate has largely run its course, I have a few points to offer regarding Dale's latest response.... 1. >>" on The End of Cheap Oil and How It Is Changing Our World
- "I'm in favor of improving efficiency in energy, water, and other resource use as much as anyone. But I think Brown's comment is a bit more on the mark" on Can We Double U.S. Energy Productivity by 2030?
- "Sarah White makes two disputable claims here. First, she states: "" on Education, Skills, and Our Energy Future
- " I have a few comments in response to Dale's rebuttal to " on The End of Cheap Oil and How It Is Changing Our World