In the article A fork in the road for U.S. power, Ben Geman of Axios discusses the nationwide trend toward a lower-carbon mix, while the Trump administration is preparing steps that would halt coal’s decline. The focus of the article resides heavily with the paper Assessing the evolution of power sector carbon intensity in the United States, by Carnegie […]
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In the article by David Roberts of Vox.com, Roberts discusses the secret behind energy storage in the US. “The way it’s typically used in the US today, it enables more fossil-fueled energy and higher carbon emissions. Emissions are higher today than they would have been if no storage had ever been deployed in the US.” In his article, he […]
In the latest paper Estimation of the year-on-year volatility and unpredictability of the United States energy system by Carnegie Mellon University PhD student Evan Sherwin, CEO of Lumina Decision Systems and Adjust Faculty Max Henrion, and Inês Azevedo, the authors discuss the increased volatility and unpredictability over the past decade in energy consumption, supply, and prices. […]
Ines Azevedo has been appointed to the Editorial Committee of the Annual Reviews of Environment and Resources. To learn more about the journal, click here.
The Climate Reality Leadership Corps, an initiative of The Climate Reality Project, hosted its 36th training in Pittsburgh on October 17-19. CMU Professor of Engineering and Public Policy and Co-Director of CEDM, Inês Azevedo, participated in a panel discussion on the future of energy systems in our region, how cities can combat climate change with […]