Dr. Damian Pitt, PhD, AICP
Dr. Damian Pitt, PhD, AICP
Urban and Regional Planning, Virginia Commonwealth University
Verified email at vcu.edu
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Harnessing community energy: The keys to climate mitigation policy adoption in US municipalities
DR Pitt
Local Environment 15 (8), 717-729, 2010
652010
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
582010
Identifying obstacles to community climate protection planning
D Pitt, J Randolph
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 27 (5), 841-857, 2009
582009
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
222013
Evaluating the greenhouse gas reduction benefits of compact housing development
D Pitt
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 56 (4), 588-606, 2013
182013
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
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
142014
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
102017
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
Assessing the value of distributed solar energy generation
D Pitt, G Michaud
Current Sustainable/Renewable Energy Reports 2 (3), 105-113, 2015
92015
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
92013
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
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
32018
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
22019
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
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
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G Michaud, D Pitt
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