Sustainable Systems for Energy: Supporting the CPUC on Multi-Attribute Energy and Environmental Decision-Making
CIEE manages a program for supporting the California Public Utilities Commission’s (CPUC) goals, with tasks spanning energy efficiency, energy storage, electric vehicles, financial and behavioral studies, and lifecycle analysis.
CIEE Postdoctoral Scholar Dr. Miriam Aczel recently co-published a report titled “Key Challenges for California’s Energy Future.”
CIEE Postdoctoral Scholar Dr. Miriam Aczel and CIEE Associate Director Dr. Therese Peffer recently co-published a research article in Frontiers in Climate titled, “Advancing California’s Microgrid Communities Through Anticipatory Energy Resilience.”
The California Institute for Energy and Environment (CIEE) is pleased to welcome Dr. Phillippe Phanivong as a Postdoctoral Scholar.
Last month, CIEE’s partner program, the Building Efficiency for a Sustainable Tomorrow (BEST) Center, hosted a Building Automation Systems (BAS) workshop at the Metropolitan Community College in Omaha, Nebraska.
CIEE Postdoctoral Scholar Dr. Miriam Aczel recently co-published a commentary in Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene that highlights the potential benefits of youth-oriented citizen science research in informing climate change research.
CIEE, in partnership with the California Natural Resources Agency and the Fifth Assessment team, is pleased to announce a new solicitation to fund a suite of research products that fill demonstrable gaps in the scientific literature related to understanding and adapting to climate change impacts in California.
CIEE Postdoctoral Scholar Dr. Miriam Aczel shares her impressions from the 2023 Wildfire Resilient Structures (WiReS) Conference, where diverse stakeholders gathered to discuss wildfire risk in the built environment and propose solutions that support community resilience.
As the newest Art Rosenfeld Award recipient, Adachi will research the potential impacts of dynamic electricity pricing on reducing retail electricity costs for different customer groups.
Dr. Michele Barbato recently co-published a research paper that studied Californian wildfires using satellite technology.