Pipelines, Trucks, Buses and Automobiles: Where, When, Which?
Inês Azevedo, Karen Clay, Jeremy Michalek, Fan Tong, and Deb Stine presented their research “Pipelines, Trucks, Buses and Automobiles: Where, When, Which?” to the U.S. Department of Transportation, National Governors Association, Offie of U.S. Senator Toomey, and to the U.S. House of Representatives on May 3, 2017.
College of Engineering and Scott Institute for Energy Innovation faculty members Costa Samaras and Inês Azevedo describe their work on the Power Sector Carbon Index. The Index is an open and transparent tool that allows anybody to understand how emissions from the electricity sector have changed over time.
Panel on Issues, Methods, and Approaches for Characterizing and Communicating Risk in Climate Assessment
Energy Bite is a weekly 90 second raio program where listeners can learn about energy innovation opportunities and challenges related to every day life. Inês was featured in episodes 138 and 139. You can listen to all of them here. For the first of the series, listen below:
To transition to sustainable energy systems, we need to look at technology, policy, innovation, and people, says Engineering and Public Policy Associate Professor Inês Azevedo. In this video, she discusses how she researches each of these aspects to help us successfully move to sustainable energy systems. Watch the video on youtube.com.
Azevedo was recently featured in a video explaining some of the recent research with Kyle Siler-Evans, Granger Morgan, and Jay Apt, addressing the question: “Are you REALLY saving the environment investing in a wind farm or solar power plant?” Learn more about CMU’s engineering and public policy department at http://www.epp.cmu.edu. This video is based on a paper, “Regional variations in the health, environmental, and climate benefits of wind and solar generation,” in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences