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

Publications by Organization

1989

1988

Eto, Joseph H., Carl Blumstein, and Michael Jaske. Changing Needs in Energy Demand Forecasting: A California Perspective In 1988 ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings . Asilomar Conference Center, Pacific Grove, California., 1988. PDF (123.1 KB)
Levine, Mark D., and Bo Adamson. Energy Use in Buildings: The U.S. Experience and Lessons for China. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 1988. PDF (757.09 KB)
Eto, Joseph H., Jonathan G. Koomey, James E. McMahon, and Edward P. Kahn. "Integrated Analysis of Demand-Side Programs." IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 3, no. 4 (1988): 7. PDF (818.29 KB)
Eto, Joseph H.. Program in Analysis of California Energy Consumption Data: First Year Project Results In A UREG Program in Analysis of California Energy Consumption Data Report ., 1988. PDF (1.66 MB)

1987

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