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Dreyfus, Gabrielle, Max Wei, Nihar Shah, and Kristen Taddonio."Ambitious Replenishment of the Multilateral Fund for Implementation of the Montreal Protocol Delivers High Impact Climate Benefits at Low Cost." (2023).
Wei, Max, Chao Ding, Nihar Shah, Brian Holuj, and Marco Duran."Model Regulation Guidelines for Energy-Efficient Ceiling Fans." (2023).
Hong, Tianzhen, Jeetika Malik, Amanda Krelling, William O'Brien, Kaiyu Sun, Roberto Lamberts, and Max Wei."Ten questions concerning thermal resilience of buildings and occupants for climate adaptation."Building and Environment 244 (2023) 110806. DOI
Wei, Max, and Nihar Shah."Costs and benefits of improving cooling equipment efficiency including a novel improvement-linked incentive approach: Quantifying the opportunity for combining aggressive energy efficiency with Montreal Protocol refrigerant transition." (2023).
Wei, Max, Kaiyu Sun, Henry Willem, Patricia Kusumah, Lino Sanchez, Sang Hoon Lee, Miguel Heleno, and Tianzhen Hong."Final Project Report: Building Healthier and More Energy-Efficient Communities in Fresno and the Central Valley." (2023).
Wei, Max, Catherine Foster, Tia Tyler, Julia Kim, and Ryan Bodanyi."An Action Plan for Greater Climate Equity for Disadvantaged Communities in Fresno." (2023).
Sun, Kaiyu, Patricia Kusumah, Wanni Zhang, Max Wei, and Tianzhen Hong."Exploring Decarbonization and Clean Energy Pathways for Disadvantaged Communities in California."5th International Conference on Building Energy and Environment (2022).
de Fournas, Nicolas, and Max Wei."Techno-economic assessment of renewable methanol from biomass gasification and PEM electrolysis for decarbonization of the maritime sector in California."Energy Conversion and Management 257 (2022) 115440. DOI
Zeng, Zhaoyun, Wanni Zhang, Kaiyu Sun, Max Wei, and Tianzhen Hong."Investigation of pre-cooling as a recommended measure to improve residential buildings’ thermal resilience during heat waves."Building and Environment 210 (2022) 108694. DOI
Sun, Kaiyu, Wanni Zhang, Zhaoyun Zeng, Ronnen M. Levinson, Max Wei, and Tianzhen Hong."Passive cooling designs to improve heat resilience of homes in underserved and vulnerable communities."Energy and Buildings 252 (2021) 111383. DOI
Nugroho, Rizqi, Philipp K. Rose, Till Gnann, and Max Wei."Cost of a potential hydrogen-refueling network for heavy-duty vehicles with long-haul application in Germany 2050."International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 46.71 (2021) 35459 - 35478. DOI
Wei, Max, Sang Hoon Lee, Tianzhen Hong, Brian Conlon, Lucy McKenzie, Bob Hendron, and Alea German."Approaches to cost-effective near-net zero energy new homes with time-of-use value of energy and battery storage."Advances in Applied Energy 2 (2021) 100018. DOI
Xu, Yujie, Tianzhen Hong, Wanni Zhang, Zhaoyun Zeng, and Max Wei."Heat Vulnerability Index Development and Mapping."SimAUD 2021 (2021).
Zhang, Cong, Jeffery B. Greenblatt, Max Wei, Joshua Eichman, Samveg Saxena, Matteo Muratori, and Omar J. Guerra."Flexible grid-based electrolysis hydrogen production for fuel cell vehicles reduces costs and greenhouse gas emissions."Applied Energy 278 (2020) 115651. DOI
Wei, Max, Douglas R. Black, John Elliott, Howdy Goudey, Steve E. Greenberg, and Adam Z. Weber."Improving Energy System Resilience at Berkeley Lab and Beyond." (2020).
Mayyas, Ahmad, Max Wei, and Gregorio Levis."Hydrogen as a long-term, large-scale energy storage solution when coupled with renewable energy sources or grids with dynamic electricity pricing schemes."International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 45.33 (2020) 16311 - 16325. DOI
Purohit, Pallav, Lena Höglund-Isaksson, John Dulac, Nihar Shah, Max Wei, Peter Rafaj, and Wolfgang Schöpp."Electricity savings and greenhouse gas emission reductions from global phase-down of hydrofluorocarbons."Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 20.19 (2020) 11305 - 11327. DOI
Regmi, Yagya N., Xiong Peng, Julie C. Fornaciari, Max Wei, Deborah J. Myers, Adam Z. Weber, and Nemanja Danilovic."A low temperature unitized regenerative fuel cell realizing 60% round trip efficiency and 10 000 cycles of durability for energy storage applications."Energy & Environmental Science (2020). DOI
Shah, Nihar, Max Wei, Virginie E. Letschert, and Amol A. Phadke."Benefits of Energy Efficient and Low-Global Warming Potential Refrigerant Cooling Equipment." (2019) 59.
Wei, Max, Shuba V. Raghavan, and Patricia Hidalgo-Gonzalez."Building a Healthier and More Robust Future: 2050 Low-Carbon Energy Scenarios for California." (2019). DOI
Wei, Max, Colin A. McMillan, and Stephane de la Rue du Can."Electrification of Industry: Potential, Challenges and Outlook."Current Sustainable/Renewable Energy Reports 6.4 (2019) 140 - 148. DOI
Tarroja, Brian, Felicia Chiang, Amir AghaKouchak, Scott Samuelsen, Shuba V. Raghavan, Max Wei, Kaiyu Sun, and Tianzhen Hong."Translating climate change and heating system electrification impacts on building energy use to future greenhouse gas emissions and electric grid capacity requirements in California."Applied Energy 225 (2018) 522 - 534. DOI
Ruffini, Eleanora, and Max Wei."Future costs of fuel cell electric vehicles in California using a learning rate approach."Energy 150 (2018) 329 - 341. DOI
Deason, Jeff, Max Wei, Greg Leventis, Sarah Josephine Smith, and Lisa C. Schwartz."Electrification of buildings and industry in the United States: Drivers, barriers, prospects, and policy approaches." (2018).