Brian Snyder is a research associate at the Center for Energy Studies. His research interests include offshore wind energy, the ecological impacts of energy production, climate change policy, and alternative energy. Mr. Snyder is currently studying the costs of an offshore wind power industry in the U.S., the offshore supply vessel industry along the Gulf Coast, and the economic impacts of the offshore drilling rig industry.
Mr. Snyder came to the Center in May of 2008 from the University of Georgia, where he is finishing his Ph.D. in ecology. His dissertation focuses on the use of pyrolysis as a means of carbon sequestration.
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