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Timothy Lipman

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

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Dr. Timothy Lipman completed a two-year post-doctoral research fellowship with the Energy and Resources Group (ERG) at UC Berkeley in September of 2002.  He is currently working as a private consultant to the Union of Concerned Scientists and the Natural Resources Defense Council, and he plans to rejoin UC Berkeley in January of 2003 as a research engineer and as executive director of the new California Institute of Distributed Energy Research (CIDER).  While at UC Berkeley, Dr. Lipman led a research program under Prof. Dan Kammen's Renewable and Appropriate Energy Lab (RAEL) that conducted various projects to examine the economics and environmental impacts of using fuel cells and other clean energy technologies as distributed power generating resources.Dr. Lipman completed a Ph.D. degree in Environmental Policy Analysis with the Graduate Group in Ecology at the University of California at Davis in December, 1999. He then served as Associate Director of the Fuel Cell Vehicle Center at the Institute of Transportation Studies at UC Davis through August, 2000.  Dr. Lipman also completed an M.S. degree in 1998 in the technology track of the UC Davis Graduate Group in Transportation Technology and Policy, and a B.A. in 1990 from Stanford University in Anthropology.