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Nathaniel Horner and Inês Azevedo Contribute to LBNL Report

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, in collaboration with experts at Stanford, Carnegie Mellon, and Northwestern, today released our latest analysis of electricity used by data centers in the US. Surprisingly, electricity use in data centers has been roughly flat since the financial crisis with little growth projected to 2020, even though delivery of computing services has […]

ETH Zurich Invites Inês Azevedo to Present Public Seminar

Inês Azevedo provided a Colloquium titled “Understanding the Uncertainties in Consequences of Climate Change for the United States Power Sector Infrastructure when Considering a Realistic Mitigation Pace and Adaptation Needs” at ETH Zurich’s Institute for Atmospheric and Climate Science on the health, environmental and climate change effects of different interventions in the U.S. Electricity Grid. […]

Andy Talk presented at the Scott Institute Energy Week

Dr. Inês Azevedo, Associate Professor of Engineering and Public Policy, Co-Director, Climate and Energy Decision Making Center, Carnegie Mellon University provides an “Andy Talk” (20 minutes or less) on Energy Pathways, Policies, and Decisions during Carnegie Mellon’s Energy Week 2016.

CEDM and CMU are represented at USAEE Conference in Pittsburgh, PA

Over 30 CEDM affiliates presented or moderated at the 33rd Annual USAEE conference, including Inês Azevedo and her students. Four out of the thirteen posters accepted to the conference were from Inês’ students. She moderated the session on Electric Vehicles: Studies on Pollution, Consumers, and Policies and was a co-author on nine of the presented. […]

Azevedo, Tong, and Jaramillo Piece Featured on Green Car Congress

From the article: “According to a new lifecycle analysis by a team at Carnegie Mellon University, a battery electric vehicle (BEV) powered with natural gas-based electricity achieves around an average 40% lifecycle greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction when compared to a conventional gasoline vehicle. Plug-in hybrids (PHEVs), either with a 30- or 60-km range, when […]