Renewing Energy to Survive – Interview with Inês Lima Azevedo
Over the last three years, the Portuguese researcher Inês Lima Azevedo went from being executive director to being co-director and co-principal investigator of the Center for Climate and Energy Decision Making (CEDM) at Carnegie Mellon University, United States. H er last research work may even change the rules on the allocation of subsidies to renewables in the USA.
Inês Lima Azevedo has been deeply involved in the CMU Portugal Program in multiple ways: as co-advisor of dual degree doctoral students in the Engineering and Public Policy program, as well as a researcher in research projects.
Read the full article in Portuguese about Inês Azevedo’s research work at Notícias Magazine (January 12, 2014).