Energy Analysis and Environmental Impacts Division (EAEI)

Energy Analysis and Environmental Impacts Division (EAEI)

The Energy Analysis and Environmental Impacts Division analyzes U.S. and global energy consumption and the associated social, economic and environmental impacts, including human health, greenhouse gas emissions, and global climate change.

Researchers conduct research and development and provide technical assistance to governments on:

  • Lifecycle analysis of products and industries
  • How energy use affects health in the indoor environment
  • Energy markets and utility policy
  • Renewable energy policy and economics
  • Energy efficiency standards and codes
  • International energy and environmental impacts in the developed and developing worlds, including China, India and Mexico
  • Building energy use, including energy-using equipment, and information networks

Contacts

Staff

Annika Todd (510) 495-2165
Jimmy Tran (510) 495-8010
Thomas Tu (510) 486-5797
Edward Vine (510) 486-6047
Evangelos Vossos (510) 495-2521
David Vuilleumier (916) 396-6699
Lance Wallace (510) 486-4000
Meina Wang (510) 486-4556
Duo Wang (510) 486-6513
Rashid Waraich (510) 486-4000
Max Wei (510) 486-5220
Shanna Wells (510) 486-4450
Tom West (510) 289-7661
Henry Willem (510) 486-7138
Alison Williams (510) 495-2548

Pages

Publications by Organization

2014

Diamond, Richard C., and Wei Feng. Sustainability by Design: How One Building in China Could Change the World. Berkeley, CA: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 2014. (8.55 MB)
Barbose, Galen L., Samantha Weaver, and Naïm R. Darghouth. Tracking the Sun VII: An Historical Summary of the Installed Price of Photovoltaics in the United States from 1998-2013., 2014. (2.8 MB) (526.99 KB) (136 KB) (2.85 MB) (526.99 KB) (136 KB) (2.93 MB) (526.99 KB) (136 KB)
Karali, Nihan, Tengfang T. Xu, and Jayant A. Sathaye. "U.S Iron and Steel Sector and Potential Trading With China and India: Analysis with ISEEM Energy Model." In 37th IAEE International Conference Proceedings, International Association for Energy Economics. New York, New York, 2014.
Hasanbeigi, Ali, Zeyi Jiang, and Lynn K. Price. Why the Energy Use of Chinese Steel Industry May Peak As Early As 2015? In 2014 ECEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Industry. the European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy, 2014.

2013

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