Energy Efficiency of Buildings in Cities
Energy Program (M. E. Procter)
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Building Up Energy Efficiency: An Analysis of the Relationship Between Energy Efficiency Building Codes and Electricity Consumption in the U.S. Residential Sector Murray, Susan (Georgetown University, 2014)The effects of climate change caused by the release of greenhouse gases (GHG) are a growing concern for state governments in the United States. The majority of state governments have attempted to mitigate GHG emissions ...
Efficiency, Renewables, and the Effect of Energy Policy Interactions on Residential Electricity Consumption in the United States Johnson, Robert A. (Georgetown University, 2012)This paper examines whether the combination of different energy policies yields interaction effects that influence the impact had by any single policy on its outcome of interest. In particular, this study examines whether ...
Gordon, Hal (Georgetown University, 2012)The gradual diffusion of apparently cost-effective energy-efficiency technologies, known as the energy paradox, has long perplexed policy makers. Many of the explanations, such as information asymmetries, behavioral ...