Dominique Pride

Dominique Pride

Research Assistant Professor

Phone: 907-888-2613
Fax: 907-474-5475 (ACEP office)


  • Beneficial and Equitable Electrification
  • Data Collection and Management
  • Energy Economics
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Energy, Equity and Justice
  • Energy Transitions
  • Policy and Global Applications
  • Energy for Heating
  • Residential Heating Data Collection
  • Arctic Energy Systems


Dominique Pride is a research assistant professor of economics at ACEP. Her research areas include energy and environmental economics and applied microeconomics. Her main research interests lie in energy cost burden, residential energy efficiency, and energy demand.

Pride earned her bachelor’s degree in economics from Marshall University. She received her master’s degree in resource and applied economics and doctoral degree in natural resources and sustainability, both from UAF. Her doctoral dissertation focused on the value of energy efficiency in Alaska’s residential real estate markets.

Pride is leading several projects, including the pump monitoring apparatus (PuMA) fuel meter project, the Secure and Resilient Power Generation in Cold Environments, Phase 1 project, the Defense University Research Instrumentation Program project, the Displacing Wood Use with Electric Thermal Storage Heating to Improve Ambient Air Quality project, and the Reducing Fuel Oil Consumption in Rural Arctic Communities project. She is also working on the energy economics and policy task for the Alaska Regional Collaboration for Technology Innovation and Commercialization (ARCTIC) 1 project as well as the residential energy task and the energy data and metering task for the ARCTIC 2 project.