Making Economic Advancement Mean Ecological Improvement

Roy Morrison

Roy Morrison is an energy consultant with over 30 years of diverse experience. He has extensive experience in energy efficiency work, performing energy audits and technical assistance analysis for business, institutional, and government clients. He was the author of the first law in the nation for municipal aggregation for retail electric competition. He also founded the New Hampshire Consumers Utility Cooperative that was the first seller of competitive electricity in New Hampshire. He was a founding staff member of the University of New Hampshire Energy Office. He was an organizer and safe energy activist with the Clamshell Alliance in the 1970s and 1980s, co-founder of the American Peace Test, and staff for the Nuclear Freeze Campaign in the 1980s.


Roy Morrison is Director of the Office for Sustainability at Southern New Hampshire University. Morrison is a Fellow of the Center for Ecozoic Societies in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. He is working on the development of renewable energy hedges; Advanced Energy Performance Contracting for market based mass retrofits of efficiency and renewables; a new utility revenue model to encourage efficiency and distributed generation; Super Grid development; and large scale PV development and finance. He pursues a variety of sustainability initiatives, including a zero carbon planning combining efficiency, including District Heating and Cooling, Electric Vehicles and renewables energy.


He is author of numerous books including Mondragon: A Cooperative Social System; Ecological Democracy, Ecological Investigations; Ecological Civilization 2140; and most recently, A Renewable Energy World and Other Adventures in Sustainability.

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