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Selected work by our team:

Publications:
  • Dr. Beth Karlin, University of California, Irvine; Dr. Rebecca Ford, Victoria University of Wellington; Dr. Angela Sanguinetti, University of California, Davis; Cassandra Squiers, University of California, Santa Barbara; John Gannon, University of California, Berkeley; Mukund Rajukumar, University of California, Berkeley; Dr. Kat A. Donnelly, Empower Efficiency, LLC (2015) Characterization and Potential of Home Energy Management (HEM) Technology 
  • Donnelly, K. A. (2013) Empowering Consumers to Reduce Residential Energy Waste: Designing, Implementing, and Evaluating the Connecticut Neighbor to Neighbor Energy Challenge. Engineering Systems Division. Cambridge, MA, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Ph.D.: 255.
  • Livingston, A, et al. (2012) Technology Solutions and Programmatic Approaches to Support Cost-Effective Strategies for Residential Energy Efficiency. ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings
  • Michaels, H. and K. A. Donnelly (2011) Architecting the Consumer Side of the Grid for Energy Efficiency. MIT Energy Innovation Project. R. Lester. MIT Industrial Performance Center, Massachusetts Institute of Technology: 29.
  • Ehrhardt-Martinez, K., Laitner, J.A., and Donnelly, K.A. (2011) Beyond the Meter: Enabling Better Home Energy Management. Energy, Sustainability and the Environment. F. P. Sioshansi, Elsevier Direct: 580.
  • Ehrhardt-Martinez, K., Donnelly, K. A., Laitner, J.A. (2010) Advanced Metering Initiatives and Residential Feedback Programs: A Meta-Review for Economy-Wide Electricity-Saving Opportunities. American Council for an Energy- Efficient Economy, Overbrook Foundation Washington, D.C.
  • Ehrhardt-Martinez, Karen, Donnelly, Kat A., Laitner, Skip (2010) “Energy Savings and Advanced Metering Meta-Analysis: The Effectiveness of New Feedback Mechanisms in Lowering Energy Use”, American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE), Overbrook Foundation, -Section author on “Characterizing and Describing Residential Sector Feedback Technologies: Advantages and Disadvantages” (page 22) in American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE) publication:  “Energy Savings and Advanced Metering Meta-Analysis: The Effectiveness of New Feedback Mechanisms in Lowering Energy Use”, Overbrook Foundation.
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