Energy system transitions
External costs of energy generation and consumption
Hybrid energy systems
Travis Johnson received his Bachelor of Science degree from Arizona State University in 2005 and spent five years as an entrepreneur. He returned to ASU and received his Professional Science Master’s degree in Science and Technology Policy in 2012 from the Consortium of Science Policy and Outcomes. He currently does business development and project management at ASU LightWorks, a research initiative that strategically integrates renewable energy research across the university. His focus is on energy system transitions. Travis is a Sustainability Science for Future Teachers course instructor and a Faculty Associate for the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College. He has previously taught an Animal Physiology lab in the School of Life Sciences at ASU.