The blogosphere has been lighting up with news and commentary on OPOWER’s recent announcement that they are pairing up with Facebook to let people share information about their home energy … Continue Reading Generalizing from Energy Program Evaluations
Occasionally, we will post informal commentaries based on the lunch-time conversations around our conference table. Some may wander into marketing, engineering, politics, or psychology, but they’ll always be focused on … Continue Reading The Lunch Table: Are Apples Really More Energy Efficient Than Dells?
March 11th marked the one year anniversary of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster in Japan, the world’s worst nuclear crisis since Chernobyl in 1986. Fukushima is a poignant reminder of the … Continue Reading The Death Knell for Nuclear Power in the U.S.
Vice President’ Xi Jinping’s visit to the United States last week focused attention on the Chinese economy. NPR’s Talk of the Nation, for instance, featured Rob Gifford, the China editor … Continue Reading The Rising Chinese Middle Class
This past Wednesday, Michael Boskin, Stanford economist and chair of the Council of Economic Adivisors under Bush 41 had an op-ed on green jobs and industrial policy in the WSJ. … Continue Reading Bad Energy Policy from Both Ends of the Political Spectrum
Check out Severin’s article in Bloomberg Business Class today on why the U.S. needs to invest in renewable energy. EMB
Welcome to the EI @ Haas blog. Economics informs all aspects of energy and environmental policy. The EI @ Haas blog is our way to share our thinking with students, … Continue Reading Welcome to the EnergyInstitute @ Haas Blog