Max Wei is a Research Scientist for the Energy Analysis and Environmental Impacts Division at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
Max's projects are with the Energy Efficiency Standards Group, as well as with the Sustainable Energy Systems Group.
For Energy Efficiency Standards, Max analyzes the geographical dependence of CO2 and health impacts from energy efficiency standards in HVAC. In his current work for Sustainable Energy Systems, Max analyzes total cost of ownership modeling for stationary fuel cell systems, and the learning curve and cost reduction analysis of energy-related technologies.
Max has five years of experience in energy analysis and 10 years of industry experience in advanced manufacturing and technology development.
Max has expertise in the areas of techno-economic analysis and life-cycle cost analysis of existing and emerging technology applications; manufacturing cost analysis and total cost of ownership modeling of existing and emerging energy technologies; and modeling future energy systems and scenarios.