Nihan Karali is a Post Doctoral Researcher in the International Energy Studies Group at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. She conducts research and analysis on energy, water, and environment modeling, including: industry sector energy efficiency policy analysis; energy efficiency, water and energy integrated modeling, cost and benefit analysis; technological change, techno economic analysis, and market adaptation, learning effect on technology diffusion, and smart grid demonstrations. She has Doctorate’s degree in Industrial Engineering Department from Bogazici University, Turkey.
Benefit Analyses of Irvine Smart Grid Projects." In CIGRE US National Committee 2016 Grid of the Future Symposium. Philadelphia, PA, 2016. "
Benefits Analysis of Smart Grid Demonstration Projects." In 2016 China International Conference on Electricity Distribution (CICED 2016). Xi'an, China, 2016. "
An integrated assessment of water-energy and climate change in Sacramento, California: How strong is the nexus?" Climatic Change 132, no. 2 (2015): 223-235. "
Potential Impact of Lighting and Appliance Efficiency Standards on Peak Demand: The Case of Indonesia." In 8th International Conference on Energy Efficiency in Domestic Appliances and Lighting. Luzern, Switzerland, 2015. "
Developing long-term strategies to reduce energy use and CO2 emissions—analysis of three mitigation scenarios for iron and steel production in China." Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change (2014). "