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ERL presents the Rosenfeld plaque to Dr Carey King



By Liz Kalaugher

Environmental Research Letters (ERL) is pleased to present this one time award in recognition of outstanding work in the journal in the field of energy economics.

ERL awards the Rosenfeld plaque to Dr Carey King for his work published in the journal, where he described a new method to measure energy return on energy invested (EROI) that can be estimated every year, rather than the previous best method which gave estimates at best every five years. In recognition of Dr King’s work and as a gesture of gratitude, the journal would like to give Dr King the opportunity to publish in ERL completely free of charge until the end of 2012.

The Rosenfeld plaque is a limited edition item, named in honour of Dr Arthur H Rosenfeld, which was manufactured to commemorate a letter published in ERL in March 2010 that defined a new unit to represent energy savings.

To highlight Dr King’s work further, alongside this award ERL has published a perspective article written by Professor Charles Hall.

The article (full text HTML link) by Dr King and perspective (full text PDF link) by Professor Hall are listed below:

Read Carey King’s blog for environmentalresearchweb.

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