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

Mark Mendell (510) 620-2862
Lu Meng (510) 486-5049
Jameelah Mercer (510) 486-7276
Maurice Meyers (510) 486-6941
Andrew Mills (510) 486-4059
Dev Millstein (510) 486-4556
Natalie Mims (510) 486-7584
Bill Morrow (510) 495-2027
Sean Murphy (510) 486-4523
Aditya Murthi (510) 486-4172
Mythri Nagaraju (510) 486-5447
Maram Canawati Nassar (510) 486-4764
William Nazaroff (510) 642-1040
Chun Chun Ni (510) 495-2118
Mary Nones (510) 486-4000

Pages

Publications by Organization

2015

Ohshita, Stephanie, Lynn K. Price, Nan Zhou, Nina Khanna, David Fridley, and Xu Liu. The Role of Chinese Cities in Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction In Briefing on urban energy use and greenhouse gas emissions. Stockholm Environment Institute and Bloomberg Philanthropies, 2015. English PDF (1.43 MB) Chinese PDF (4.84 MB) Infographic (350.45 KB)
Zhou, Nan, Wei Feng, Nina Khanna, Lixuan Hong, David Fridley, and Ellen M. Franconi. "Transformative Pathway for Chinese Buildings by 2050." In European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ECEEE) Summer Study on Energy Efficiency, June 1-6, 2015., 2015.
Ohshita, Stephanie, David Fridley, Nina Khanna, Nan Zhou, Gang He, Lixuan Hong, and Yong Zhou. "Urban form as a “first fuel” for low-carbon mobility in Chinese cities: strategies for energy and carbon saving in the transport sector." In European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ECEEE) Summer Study on Energy Efficiency, June 1-6, 2015. European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy, 2015.

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