CEEP Publications 2007| 2008
“Undoing Atmospheric Harm: Civil Action to Shrink the Carbon Footprint.” 2008. John Byrne, Lado Kurdgelashvili, and Kristen Hughes. In Peter Droege eds. Urban Energy Transition: From Fossil Fuels to Renewable Energy. Oxford, UK: Elsevier. Pp. 27-53. Chinese
“Sustainable Energy Utility Design: Options for the City of Seoul” 2008. John Byrne, Young-Doo Wang, Jung Min Yu, Ashok Kumar, Lado Kurdgelashvili, and Wilson Rickerson. Prepared for the Seoul Development Institute. Newark, DE: Center for Energy and Environmental Policy.
“Sustainable Energy Utility Design: Options for the District of Columbia.” 2008. John Byrne, Lado Kurdgelashvili, Eric Partyka, and Wilson Rickerson.Newark, DE: Center for Energy and Environmental Policy.
“Vehicle Transport Futures: U.S. and China Scenarios based on CarCarbon© – An Alternative Vehicle & Fuel Choice Model with Energy & Emissions Analysis Outputs.” 2008. John Byrne, Alex Waegel, Jun Tian, Patrick Meyer, and VB Veerabhadrappa. Newark, DE: Center for Energy and Environmental Policy.
“Green Buildings in Delaware: Challenges and Opportunities.” 2008. B. Van Boekhold, M. Salisbury, J. Byrne, C. Martinez, G. Alleng. A Renewable Energy Applications for Delaware Yearly (READY) Project. Newark, DE: Center for Energy and Environmental Policy.
“Integrated Policy and Planning for Water and Energy.” 2008. A. Belden, P. Cole, H. Conte, J. deMooy, S. Jose, J. Karki, D. Kasper, S. Rao, A. Sood, Y-D. Wang, and G. Alleng. A Science, Engineering and Technology (SET) Project. Newark, DE: Center for Energy and Environmental Policy.
“Conservation Rates: the Best ‘New’ Source of Urban Water During Drought.” 2008. William J. Smith, Jr. and Young-Doo Wang. Water and Environment Journal, Vol. 22, No. 2 (June): 100-116.
“A Sustainable Energy Future for Delaware.” 2007. John Byrne, et al. A Briefing Paper to the Delaware State Legislature by the Sustainable Energy Utility Task Force
“The Sustainable Energy Utility: a Delaware First.” 2007. John Byrne, et al. A Report to the Delaware State Legislature by the Sustainable Energy Utility Task Force
“American policy conflict in the greenhouse: Divergent trends in federal, regional, state, and local green energy and climate change policy.” 2007. John Byrne, Kristen Hughes, Wilson Rickerson, and Lado Kurdgelashvili. Energy Policy, Vol. 35, No. 9 (September): 4555-4573. Chinese
“Evaluating the potential of small-scale renewable energy options to meet rural livelihoods needs: A GIS- and lifecycle cost-based assessment of Western China’s options.” 2007. John Byrne, Aiming Zhou, Bo Shen, Kristen Hughes. Energy Policy, Vol. 35, No. 8 (August): 4391-4401.
“CarCarbon©: A CEEP-developed Scenario Analysis Program to Estimate Vehicle Fleet Composition and Emission Effects of Alternative Vehicle Technologies and Fuels” 2007. John Byrne, Alex Waegel, Patrick Meyer, and Jun Tian. Newark, DE: Center for Energy and Environmental Policy.
“Investigating the Cost, Liability and Reliability of Anti-idling Equipment for Trucks.” 2007. Young-doo Wang, John Byrne, Wilson Rickerson, Vincent O’Grady, Jun Tian, Wang Jin Seo, Jae Hyun Shim. Newark, DE: Center for Energy and Environmental Policy.
“Carbon Dioxide Emission Reduction Technologies for Energy Intensive Industries in the United States.” 2007. Young-doo Wang, Yda Schreuder, John Byrne, Wilson Rickerson, Jung-min Yu, Alissa Bierma. Newark, DE: Center for Energy and Environmental Policy.
“Enhancing Sustainability in River Basin Management through Conflict Resolution: Comparative Analysis from the US and South Korea.” 2007. Young-Doo Wang, William James Smith, Jr., John Byrne, Michael Scozzafava and Joon-Hee Lee. In Velma I. Grover, ed., Water: A Source of Conflict or Cooperation? Enfield, NH: Science Publishers.
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