Director, Office for Sustainability, Southern New Hampshire University
Morrison is a energy consultant with almost 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.
His books books on ecological transformation and economic development include We Build the Road as We Travel: Mondragon, A Cooperative Social System (1991), Ecological Democracy (1995), Ecological Investigations (2001), Eco Civilization 2144 (2005), and Markets, Democracy and Survival (2007). As a poet, he has authored The Loggers of Warner (1994) and many other poems.
He has long experience as a grassroots safe energy and nuclear disarmament activist. He was a member of the Clamshell Alliance from 1976 to 1990 opposing the Seabrook nuclear plant. He served as media staff person for the Clamshell Alliance and as New Hampshire codirector of the Nuclear Freeze and Freeze Voter. In 2008, he is involved in efforts to launch a campaign calling for prompt and massive reduction in the human production of greenhouse gases.
Roy Morrison is 61 and married to Luanne Baker. He is a kayaker, hiker, and father to Sam Schaffer-Morrison, 15.
- A Renewable Energy and Efficiency Transformation (Commentary)
- Declaration of Support for an Efficient Renewable Energy Future (Innovations)
- Building a Continental Renewable Super Grid (Innovations)
- The New Science of Sustainable Dynamics (Innovations)
- Cogeneration Can Slash Carbon and Costs (Innovations)
- Rising Sun for Electric Cars (Innovations)
- Renewable Energy Hedges (Innovations)
Last Updated: Mar 26, 2008