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Recent Activities

The Clean Power Plan and Beyond - May 3rd, 2016
CEPL at the Clean Energy Ministerial,
San Francisco, June 2, 2016
  • Clean Energy: Myths and Facts about Clean Electricity in the South

    Clean Energy

    Myths and Facts about Clean Electricity in the South
  • Energy Efficiency: Evaluating the Risks of Alternative Energy Policies: A Case Study of Industrial Energy Efficiency

    Energy Efficiency

    Evaluating the Risks of Alternative Energy Policies
  • Smart-Grid: The Emergence of Smart-Grid Policies

    Smart-Grid

    The Emergence of Smart-Grid Policies
  • Carbon Tax: Transportation Effects Negligible, but Commercial Sector Highly Responsive

    Carbon Tax

    Transportation Effects Negligible, but Commercial Sector Highly Responsive
  • Electric Urban Delivery Trucks: Energy Use, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, and Cost-Effectiveness

    Electric Urban Delivery Trucks

    Energy Use, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, and Cost-Effectiveness
  • Point Distribution for New LEED Construction

    Point Distribution for New LEED Construction

The Climate and Energy Policy Laboratory (CEPL) uses empirical analysis embedded in socio-economic theory to characterize and forecast the market penetration of clean energy technologies and the ability of possible future policies to accelerate technology adoption. CEPL operates two server computers installed in a limited-access facility in Georgia Tech's Rich Building. Both are eight-core Intel Xeon systems with 64GiB RAM. One runs Microsoft Windows Server 2008 and is primarily a platform supporting our instance of the EIA's National Energy Modeling System (NEMS). The other runs Gentoo Linux and supports general computational and data manipulation tasks for all CEPL activities. Applications installed on this system include R, graphics and image editors, and the LibreOffice suite and programming in C, C++, Python, and Fortran are fully supported.

Two New Books

DOE/EPSA and GT/CEPL faculty and staff group photo

DOE/EPSA and GT/CEPL at the ORNL Conference
June 11-12, 2015