Dr. Damian Pitt, PhD, AICP
Dr. Damian Pitt, PhD, AICP
Urban and Regional Planning, Virginia Commonwealth University
Verified email at vcu.edu
TitleCited byYear
Harnessing community energy: The keys to climate mitigation policy adoption in US municipalities
DR Pitt
Local Environment 15 (8), 717-729, 2010
612010
The impact of internal and external characteristics on the adoption of climate mitigation policies by US municipalities
D Pitt
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 28 (5), 851-871, 2010
542010
Identifying obstacles to community climate protection planning
D Pitt, J Randolph
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 27 (5), 841-857, 2009
532009
Collaborative planning for clean energy initiatives in small to mid-sized cities
D Pitt, E Bassett
Journal of the American Planning Association 79 (4), 280-294, 2013
192013
Taking the Red Tape Out of Green Power: How to Overcome Permitting Obstacles to Small-Scale Distributed Renewable Energy
D Pitt
Network for New Energy Choices, 2008
15*2008
Evaluating the greenhouse gas reduction benefits of compact housing development
D Pitt
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 56 (4), 588-606, 2013
132013
Innovation and the role of collaborative planning in local clean energy policy
D Pitt, E Bassett
Environmental Policy and Governance 24 (6), 377-390, 2014
122014
Estimating potential community-wide energy and greenhouse gas emissions savings from residential energy retrofits
D Pitt, J Randolph, D St Jean, M Chang
Energy and Environment Research 2 (1), 44, 2012
102012
Collaborative approaches to local climate change and clean energy initiatives in the USA and England
D Pitt, A Congreve
Local Environment 22 (9), 1124-1141, 2017
82017
Assessing the value of distributed solar energy generation
D Pitt, G Michaud
Current Sustainable/Renewable Energy Reports 2 (3), 105-113, 2015
82015
Assessing energy use and greenhouse gas emission savings from compact housing: a small-town case study
D Pitt
Local Environment 18 (8), 904-920, 2013
82013
Analyzing the costs and benefits of distributed solar generation in Virginia
D Pitt, G Michaud
Retrieved Feb 28, 2016, 2014
72014
The diffusion of climate protection planning among US municipalities
DR Pitt
Virginia Tech, 2009
42009
Book Review: Renewable Energy and the Public: From NIMBY to Participation
D Pitt
Journal of Planning Education and Research 32 (2), 247-249, 2012
22012
Non-utility Photovoltaic Deployment: Evaluation of US State-level Policy Drivers
G Michaud, D Pitt
Strategic Planning for Energy and the Environment 38 (3), 52-80, 2019
2019
Analyzing the costs and benefits of distributed solar energy in Virginia (USA): a case study of collaborative energy planning
D Pitt, G Michaud, A Duggan
Journal of environmental planning and management 61 (11), 2032-2049, 2018
2018
Bicycle Urbanism
D Pitt
Great VCU Bike Race Book, 2016
2016
The sustainability of preference power allocations: an exploration of the Niagara Preference Power Program through the lens of the three E’s
CD Gervich, DR Pitt
Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences 4 (3), 218-229, 2014
2014
Clean energy innovation in US and UK local authorities
D Pitt, A Congreve
2013
L. DOUGLAS WILDER SCHOOL OF GOVERNMENT AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS
S Gooden, J Gordon, N Garcia, EH Anderson, A Cook, M Jin, WV Pelfrey, ...
Virginia Commonwealth University Graduate Bulletin, 599, 0
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