Nihan Karali is a Project Scientist/Engineer in the International Energy Analysis Department at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. She conducts research and analysis on energy, and environment modeling, including industry, transportation, and buildings sectors’ energy efficiency and environment analysis, economic and policy analysis, complex systems modeling, technology assessment and scenario analysis -- to identify robust technology and policy pathways to maximize the energy, environment, economic, and societal benefits of advanced clean energy technologies, cost and benefit analysis; technological change, market adoption, and emerging technology diffusion.
Energy/Environmental Policy Project Scientist/Engineer
An integrated assessment of water-energy and climate change in Sacramento, California: How strong is the nexus?
Estudio Preparatorio para la Implementación en Chile de Estándares Mínimos de Eficiencia Energética en Motores Industriales
Potential Impact of Lighting and Appliance Efficiency Standards on Peak Demand: The Case of Indonesia
Towards uniform benefit-cost analysis for smart grid projects: an example using the Smart Grid Computational Tool
Using learning curves on energy-efficient technologies to estimate future energy savings and emission reduction potentials in the U.S. iron and steel industry
Developing long-term strategies to reduce energy use and CO2 emissions—analysis of three mitigation scenarios for iron and steel production in China
Reducing energy consumption and CO2 emissions by energy efficiency measures and international trading: A bottom-up modeling for the U.S. iron and steel sector
U.S Iron and Steel Sector and Potential Trading With China and India: Analysis with ISEEM Energy Model
Undertaking high impact strategies: The role of national efficiency measures in long-term energy and emission reduction in steel making