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Jason Dedrick

Syracuse University School of Information Studies

Areas of Expertise:

Clean Energy, Power Sector, Regulation, Smart Grid, Wind

Jason Dedrick is Professor in the School of Information Studies at Syracuse University. His research interests include the globalization of information technology, the economic and organizational impacts of IT, economics of wind energy, adoption of smart grid technologies by electric utility companies, and smart meter data privacy He is Principal Investigator on grants from the National Science Foundation and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.

Professor Dedrick holds a Ph.D. in Management from the University of California, Irvine, and a Masters in Pacific International Affairs from the University of California, San Diego.

Recent Comments by Jason Dedrick

  • "That's good to hear, and I'm sure is true in some states, assuming these are state government programs. I heard about the issue in the context of a lo"
    Energy Justice
  • "In principle, I'd say that utilities should invest more in weatherization to lower energy bills, but there's at least one unintended consequence to co"
    Energy Justice
  • "Dr. Moniz, Thank you for your response, and for starting and continuing this discussion. I've found it very valuable, and only wish this were the conv"
    A Framework for The Green Real Deal
  • "Of the five principles, I would argue that the most important is #2: Broad and Inclusive Coalitions Must be Built. In order to have any chance of pass"
    A Framework for The Green Real Deal
  • "If the first reactor is going to come online in  2026, that's a long time to wait.  What will the cost of solar, wind and storage be by then, if they "
    The Clean Energy Puzzle Needs Nuclear
  • "The best we can hope for at the federal level is to stop the EPA, the Interior Department and other agencies from dismantling environmental laws and p"
    Looking Back and Pushing Ahead: Energy Policy in the New Year
  • "A major issue for grid security is the proliferation of networked devices and software from a large number of vendors on both the utility and consumer"
    What Cybersecurity Means for The Grid
  • "It seems to me that offering smaller cars with higher fuel efficiency doesn't price people out of the market. You can buy a Honda Civic or Toyota Coro"
    Should the EPA Relax CAFE Standards?
  • "Looking forward, the simplest and most effective policy would be a carbon tax, which could be rebated to workers through a reduction in the payroll ta"
    The Tax Bill and Energy Policy
  • "If we're talking about a carbon tax, then we might be getting somewhere, as long as it would apply to all energy sources. We might also need to consid"
    Coordinating State and Federal Policy in Support of Nuclear Energy