Reestablishing Logistic Growth Curve Modeling of Energy Production

Tyler M. Harris

Clemson University

Tyler Harris is a former Marine, who earned his B.S. in environmental science and astronomy from Columbia University, and M.S.E. in sustainability engineering from Arizona State University. He is currently studying sustainable energy development and policy under Dr. Amy Landis as a Ph.D. candidate and NSF Graduate Research Fellow at Clemson University. He also actively pursues research in sustainability through space exploration and STEM education.


Logistic growth curve modeling of energy production has literally had its ups, “peaks”, and downs. The use of the logistic equation for modeling energy production began in 1956 when M. King Hubbert first fit a logistic... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Tyler M. Harris (Clemson University)
  2. Jay P. Devkota (Clemson University)
  3. Vikas Khanna (University of Pittsburgh)
  4. Amy E. Landis (Clemson University)

Topic Areas

• Advances in methods (e.g., life cycle assessment, social impact assessment, resilience a , • Decision support methods and tools , • Public policy and governance


WS-14 » Sustainable energy systems 2 (13:45 - Wednesday, 28th June, Room E)

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