Expertise: Development of life-cycle cost spreadsheet models, including Monte-Carlo simulations allowing the specification of uncertainties and distributions on key parameters that affect the results; development of spreadsheet models to calculate the national economic and energy impacts of energy efficiency policies; use of the NEMS model to produce environmental and utility impact assessments.
Determining Benefits and Costs of Improved Central Air Conditioner Efficiencies. Berkeley: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 2001.
Potential for Renewable Energy Development: Alternatives to AEO2001. Berkeley: LBNL, 2001.
Impacts of U.S. Appliance Standards to Date. Berkeley: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 2000.
Draft Report on Potential Impact of Alternative Efficiency Levels for Residential Cooking Products. Berkeley: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 1998.
General Methodology for the Analysis of Alternative Efficiency Levels for Room Air Conditioners and Residential Cooking Products. Berkeley: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 1997.
An Assessment of Future Energy Use and Carbon Emissions from U.S. Residences. Berkeley, CA: LBNL, 1993.
Analysis of Federal Policy Options for Improving U.S. Lighting Energy Efficiency: Commercial and Residential Buildings. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 1992.
The Potential for Electricity Efficiency Improvements in the U.S. Residential Sector. Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, 1991.