Publications by Research Area
Karali, Nihan, Nikit Abhyankar, and Shruti M. Deorah."Electricity demand in South Asia – data gaps and pathways for research and modeling." (2022).
Park, Won Young, Nihar Shah, Tabeel A. Jacob, Chao Ding, Nihan Karali, Brian Holuj, and Marco Duran."Model Regulation Guidelines for Energy-Efficient and Climate-Friendly Commercial Refrigeration Equipment Supporting Information." (2021).
Karali, Nihan, Chao Ding, Won Young Park, Nihar Shah, and Jiang Lin."Energy-Efficiency Improvement Potential of Multi-split Air Conditioning Systems in China." (2020).
Karali, Nihan, Nikit Abhyankar, and Aditya Khandekar."EMPIRICAL ASSESSMENT OF THE APPLIANCE-LEVEL LOAD SHAPE AND DEMAND RESPONSE POTENTIAL IN INDIA."Energy Innovation for a Sustainable Economy 11th-13th February 2020 The Park, Hyderabad, India (2020) 363-370.
Letschert, Virginie E., Sarah K. Price, Ambereen Shaffie, Won Young Park, Nihan Karali, Nikit Abhyankar, Nihar Shah, and Ari Darmawan Pasek."Accelerating the Transition to More Energy Efficient Air Conditioners in Indonesia." (2020).
Phadke, Amol A., Nihar Shah, Jiang Lin, Won Young Park, Yongsheng Zhang, Durwood Zaelke, Chao Ding, and Nihan Karali."Chinese policy leadership would cool global air conditioning impacts: Looking East."Energy Research & Social Science 66 (2020) 101570. DOI
Karali, Nihan, Nihar Shah, Won Young Park, Nina Khanna, Chao Ding, Jiang Lin, and Nan Zhou."Improving the energy efficiency of room air conditioners in China: Costs and benefits."Applied Energy 258 (2020) 114023. DOI
Letschert, Virginie E., Nihar Shah, Won Young Park, Nihan Karali, Ambereen Shaffie, Sarah K. Price, Nikit Abhyankar, Ari Darmawan Pasek, Edi Sartono, Hari Kusmardianto, and Andi Novianto."Accelerating Cooling Efficiency in Indonesia." (2019).
Letschert, Virginie E., Nihan Karali, Won Young Park, Nihar Shah, Gilberto Jannuzzi, Fernando Costa, Roberto Lamberts, Kamyla Borges, and Suely Machado Carvalho."The manufacturer economics and national benefits of cooling efficiency for air conditioners in Brazil."eceee 2019 Summer Study (2019).
McNeil, Michael A., Nihan Karali, and Virginie E. Letschert."Forecasting Indonesia's electricity load through 2030 and peak demand reductions from appliance and lighting efficiency."Energy for Sustainable Development 49.April 2019 (2019). DOI
Karali, Nihan, Nikit Abhyankar, Ben Sharpe, and Anup Bandivadekar."Improving fuel efficiency for heavy-duty vehicles of 3.5–12 tonnes in India: Benefits, costs, and environmental impacts." (2019).
Khanna, Nina, David Fridley, Nan Zhou, Nihan Karali, Jingjing Zhang, and Wei Feng."Energy and CO2 implications of decarbonization strategies for China beyond efficiency: Modeling 2050 maximum renewable resources and accelerated electrification impacts."Applied Energy 242 (2019) 12 - 26. DOI
Shah, Nihar, Nina Khanna, Nihan Karali, Won Young Park, Yi Qu, and Nan Zhou."Opportunities for Simultaneous Efficiency Improvement and Refrigerant Transition in Air Conditioning." (2017).
Karali, Nihan, Won Young Park, and Michael A. McNeil."Modeling Technological Change and Its Impact on Energy Savings in the U.S. Iron and Steel Sector."Applied Energy 202.September 15, 2017 (2017). DOI
Khanna, Nina, David Fridley, Nan Zhou, Nihan Karali, Jingjing Zhang, and Wei Feng."China’s Trajectories beyond Efficiency: CO2 Implications of Maximizing Electrification and Renewable Resources through 2050."ECEEE Summer Study 2017. Presqu'ile Giens, Hyeres France, 2017 (2017).
Karali, Nihan, Anand R. Gopal, Ben Sharpe, Oscar Delgado, Anup Bandivadekar, and Mehul Garg."Improved heavy-duty vehicle fuel efficiency in India, benefits, costs and environmental impacts." (2017).
Liu, Xu, Chris Marnay, Wei Feng, Nan Zhou, and Nihan Karali."A Review of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Smart Grid Projects and Their Implications for China." (2017).
Nachtrieb, Robert, David Fridley, Wei Feng, Nihan Karali, Nina Khanna, Nan Zhou, Jimmy Tran, and Carolyn Szum."CERC-BEE Impact Model." (2016).
Marnay, Chris, Liping Liu, JianCheng Yu, Dong Zhang, Josh Mauzy, Brendan Shaffer, XuZhu Dong, Will Agate, Silvia Vitiello, GuoQi Ren, Cheng Yao, Xial Hong, XuDong Wang, Jia Song, TianHao Wang, Lei Wu, Jing Zhao, Nihan Karali, Gang He, Kevin Clampitt, Robert J Yinger, Han Zhu, Li Zhao, Scott Samuelsen, David Smith, Jayant Kumar, Fengshun Jiao, Dazhong Zou, Jinsong Zhang, Ming Xiao, Sheng Tang, Zhikeng Li, Xiaozhen Li, Tyler Shiqiao Yan, Limingming Zhu, and Xu Liu."White Paper on Benefit Analysis of Smart Grid Projects." (2016).
Karali, Nihan, Chris Marnay, Tyler Shiqiao Yan, Gang He, Robert J Yinger, Josh Mauzey, Kevin Clampitt, and Han Zhu."Towards uniform benefit-cost analysis for smart grid projects: an example using the Smart Grid Computational Tool." (2015) 29 pages.
Dale, Larry L., Nihan Karali, Dev Millstein, Michael Carnall, Sebastian Vicuña, Nicolas Borchers, Eduardo Bustos, Joe O’Hagan, David Purkey, Charles Heaps, Jack Sieber, William D. Collins, and Michael D. Sohn."An integrated assessment of water-energy and climate change in Sacramento, California: How strong is the nexus?."Climatic Change 132.2 (2015) 223-235. DOI
Hernandez, Carolina, Virginie E. Letschert, Ali Hasanbeigi, Nihan Karali, Marcelo Padilla, and Mariana Pavon."Estudio Preparatorio para la Implementación en Chile de Estándares Mínimos de Eficiencia Energética en Motores Industriales." (2015).
Karali, Nihan, Won Young Park, and Michael A. McNeil."Using learning curves on energy-efficient technologies to estimate future energy savings and emission reduction potentials in the U.S. iron and steel industry." (2015).
Karali, Nihan, Michael A. McNeil, Virginie E. Letschert, and Stephane de la Rue du Can."Potential Impact of Lighting and Appliance Efficiency Standards on Peak Demand: The Case of Indonesia."8th International Conference on Energy Efficiency in Domestic Appliances and Lighting (2015).
Karali, Nihan, Tengfang T. Xu, and Jayant A. Sathaye."Developing long-term strategies to reduce energy use and CO2 emissions—analysis of three mitigation scenarios for iron and steel production in China."Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change (2014). DOI