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Fisher, M. J., Integrating Demand-Side Resources into the Electric Grid: Economic and Environmental Considerations. Carnegie Mellon University. 

Glasgo, B., Assessing the feasibility of residential DC buildings. Carnegie Mellon University. 

Lam, L., Wind innovation in China and in the United States. Carnegie Mellon University. 

Welle, P., Remotely Sensed Data for High Resolution Agro-Environmental Policy Analysis. Carnegie Mellon University. 


Bandyopadhyay, R., Coal-fired Power Plants with Flexible Amine-based CCS and Co-located Wind Power: Environmental, Economic and Reliability Outcomes. Duke University.

Canfield, C., Using vigilance to quantify human behavior for phishing risk. Carnegie Mellon University.

Faria, F., Hydropower development in the Brazilian Amazon. Carnegie Mellon University.

Gilbraith, N., Powering the information age: metrics, social cost optimization strategies, and indirect effects related to data center energy use. Carnegie Mellon University.

Hagerman, S., Economics of Behind-The Meter Solar PV and Energy Storage. Carnegie Mellon University.

Helveston, J., Driving vehicles innovation and electrification in China’s automotive industry: Markets, policy, and technology trajectories. Carnegie Mellon University.

Horner, N., Powering the information age: metrics, social cost optimization strategies, and indirect effects related to data center energy use. Carnegie Mellon University.

Lamy, J., Optimal locations for siting wind projects: technical challenges, economics, and public preferences. Carnegie Mellon University.

Necefer, L., Development of a decision aid for energy resource management for the Navajo incorporating environmental cultural values. Carnegie Mellon University.

Posen, D., Fuel, feedstock, or neither? – Evaluating tradeoffs in the use of biomass for greenhouse gas mitigation. Carnegie Mellon University.

Ryan, T., Case-studies in the economics of ancillary services of power systems in support of high wind penetrations. Carnegie Mellon University.

Seki, S., Evaluating the economic, environmental and policy impacts of ethanol as a transportation fuel in Pennsylvania. Carnegie Mellon University.

Talati, S., The Future of Low Carbon Electric Power Generation: An assessment of economic viability and water impacts under climate change and mitigation policies. Carnegie Mellon University.

Tong, F., The good, the bad, and the ugly: economic and environmental implications of using natural gas to power on-road vehicles in the United States. Carnegie Mellon University.


Oates, D. L., Low carbon policy and technology in the power sector. Evaluating economic and environmental effects. Carnegie Mellon University.

Heo, J., Evaluation of air quality impacts on society: Methods and application. Carnegie Mellon University.

Weis, A., Electric vehicles and the grid: Interactions and environmental and health impacts. Carnegie Mellon University.

Vaishnav, P., Reducing Pollution From Aviation and Ocean Shipping. Carnegie Mellon University.


Abdulla, A., Estimating the Benefits, Costs and Risks of Small Nuclear Reactors. Carnegie Mellon University. 

Borgert, K., Oxyfuel Carbon Capture for Pulverized Coal: Techno-Economic Model Creation and Evaluation Amongst Alternatives. Carnegie Mellon University.

Hoss, F, Uncertainty in river forecasts: Quantification and implications for decision-making in emergency management. Carnegie Mellon University.

Isley, S., The Political Sustainability of Carbon Control Policies in an Evolutionary Economics Setting. Pardee RAND Graduate School. 

Jenn, A., Advanced and alternative fuel vehicle policies: regulations and incentives in the United States. Carnegie Mellon University.

Lueken, R., Reducing Carbon Intensity in Restructured Markets: Challenges and Potential Solutions. Carnegie Mellon University.

Meyer, R., Analysis of selected regulatory interventions to improve energy efficiency. Carnegie Mellon University.

Min, J., Energy efficient lighting: consumer preferences, choices, and system wide effects. Carnegie Mellon University.

Moore, J., Cost Effectiveness of CO2 Mitigation Technologies and Policies in the Electricity Sector. Carnegie Mellon University.

Pena-Cabra, I., Retrospective and prospective analysis of policy incentives for wind power in Portugal. Carnegie Mellon University.

Schnitzer, D., Microgrids and High-Quality Central Grid Alternatives: Challenges and Imperatives Elucidated by Case Studies and Simulation. Carnegie Mellon University.

Tamayo, M. A., Urbanization and vehicle electrification in the U.S.: CO2 estimation and climate policy implications. Carnegie Mellon University.


Fertig, E., Facilitating the Development and Integration of Low-Carbon Energy Technologies. Carnegie Mellon University. 

Hosgor, E., Residential energy profiling: A statistical study using publicly available data on Gainesville, FL, building stock. Carnegie Mellon University. 

Mercer, A., An Examination of Emerging Public and Expert Judgements of Solar Radiation Management. University of Calgary. 

Mitchell, A., Analysis of Health and Environmental Risks Associated with Marcellus Shale Development. Carnegie Mellon University. 

Olson, R., How well can Historical Temperature Observations Constrain Climate Sensitivity? The Pennsylvania State University. 

Rose, S., Assessing the Costs and Risks of Novel Wind Turbine Applications. Carnegie Mellon University. 

Schwietzke, S., Atmospheric Impacts of Biofuel and Natural Gas Life Cycle Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Policy Implications. Carnegie Mellon University. 

Huimin, T., A Transition to Energy-Efficient Lighting Systems in the US Residential Sector: An Assessment of Consumer Preferences and Perceptions. Carnegie Mellon University. 


Evans, K. S., Evaluating Interventions in the U.S. Electricity System: Assessments of energy efficiency, renewable energy, and small-scale cogeneration. Carnegie Mellon University. 

Gouge, B., Modeling and Mitigating the Climate and Health Impacts of Emissions from Public Transportation Bus Fleets: An Integrated Approach to Sustainable Public Transportation. University of British Columbia. 

Hassan, M. N. A., GHG emissions and costs of developing biomass energy in Malaysia: implications of energy security in the transportation and electricity sector. Carnegie Mellon University. 

Hittinger, E., Energy storage on the grid and the short-term variability of wind. Carnegie Mellon University.

Horowitz, S., Topics in Residential Electric Demand Response. Carnegie Mellon University. 

Kumar, A., Studies in Climate Prediction and Decision. Carnegie Mellon University. 

Lueken, C., Integrating Variable and Intermittent Renewables into the Electric Grid: An evaluation of challenges and potential solutions. Carnegie Mellon University.

Mauch, B., Managing Wind Power Forecast Uncertainty in Electric Grids. Carnegie Mellon University.

Mullins, K., Evaluating Biomass Energy Policy in the Face of Emissions Reductions Uncertainty and Feedstock Supply Risk. Carnegie Mellon University.

Thomas, B., Energy efficiency and rebound effects in the US: implications for renewables investment and emissions abatement. Carnegie Mellon University. 


Fleishman, L., Informed Public Decision-Making About Low-Carbon Electricity Generation. Carnegie Mellon University.

Klima, K., Does Tropical Cyclone Modification Make Sense? A decision analytic perspective. Carnegie Mellon University. 

Ricke, K., Characterizing Impacts and Implications of Proposals for Solar Radiation Management, aka Geoengineering. Carnegie Mellon University. 

Wagner, S., Environmental and Economic Implications of Thermal Energy Storage for Concentrated Solar Power Plants. Carnegie Mellon University. 

Wong-Parodi, G., Perspectives on Carbon Capture and Sequestration in the United States. Supported by the University of California at Berkeley and Supervised by the University of British Columbia.

Vignola, R., Decision-processes across scales regarding the management of ecosystems’ goods and services for ecosystem-based adaptation to climate change. ETH Zurich, Partly Supervised by the University of British Columbia.


Barradale, M. J., Practitioner Perspectives Matter: Public Policy and Private Investment in the U.S. Electric Power Sector. University of California at Berkeley.

Hassan, M. N. A., Life Cycle GHG Emissions from Malaysian Oil Palm Bioenergy Development: The Impact on Transportation Sector’s Energy Security. Carnegie Mellon University.

Mazzi, E., An Integrated Assessment of Climate Change Policy, Air Quality and Traffic Safety for Passenger Cars in the UK. University of British Columbia.

Thomas, B. A., Edison Revisited: An Assessment of Direct Current Circuits for Lighting in Commercial Buildings. Carnegie Mellon University.

Schweizer, V., Developing Useful Long-Term Energy Projections in the Face of Climate Change. Carnegie Mellon University.