Our center and its graduates will develop and promulgate new and innovative, behaviorally and technically informed insights involving the intersection points between climate and energy. It will also generate methods to frame, analyze, and assist key stakeholders in addressing important decisions regarding climate change and the necessary transformation of the world’s energy system. CEDM is a distributed research cooperative agreement, anchored at the Department of Engineering and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University.
The Wilton E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation at Carnegie Mellon University is focused on:
- Using and delivering the energy we already have far more efficiently.
- Expanding the mix of energy sources in a way that is clean, reliable, affordable and sustainable.
- Creating innovations in energy technologies, regulations and policies.
- CMU is uniquely suited for these challenges with our many research centers and longstanding faculty expertise in technology, policy, integrated systems and behavioral science.
- What makes us different is our ability to seamlessly combine these areas for maximum impact.
The BDP Working Group at pursues basic and applied social, behavioral, decision, and engineering science, focusing on policy-related problems in the areas of EnvironmentCommunication, Decision Science, Energy, and Health. If you are interested in colloborating with us on a research project, are curious about our research, or would like to learn more about anything on our website, please send us an email! Our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Vehicle Electrification Group at Carnegie Mellon University was founded by Professor Jeremy Michalek and Professor Jay Whitacre in 2009 to study electrified vehicles, including hybrid electric vehicles, plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, and battery electric vehicles.
CEIC’s primary research areas are: Markets and Investment, Distributed Energy Resources, Advanced Generation, Transmission, and Environmental Issues, Reliability and Security, and Demand Estimation.
The Green Design Institute is a major interdisciplinary education and research effort to make an impact on environmental quality by partnering with companies, government agencies and foundations to develop pioneering management, manufacturing, and regulatory processes that can improve environmental quality and product quality while enhancing economic development. Students from many different degree programs at Carnegie Mellon can participate in the Green Design Institute activities.