This page contains further information on Dr. Rosenfeld, from an endowed chair and fellowships to the Rosenfeld, a unit of electricity savings.
2011: In recognition of Dr. Rosenfeld's achievements in energy efficiency, the University of California at Davis established the Rosenfeld Chair at the UC-Davis Energy Efficiency Center.
2012: The Environmental Energy Technologies Division at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, in partnership with the Industrial Technology Research Institute of Taiwan (ITRI), established the ITRI-Rosenfeld Postdoctoral Fellowship to recognize Dr. Rosenfeld's achievements in energy efficiency worldwide.
2014: The University of California at Berkeley initiated the Art Rosenfeld Award for Energy Efficiency as a graduate student fellowship.
Rosenfeld A. 1999. The Art of Energy Efficiency: Protecting the Environment with Better Technology. Annual Review of Energy and the Environment 24: 33-82. (PDF, 2.9 MB)
Rosenfeld A. 2011. California Enhances Energy Efficiency. In D. Hafemeister, D. Kammen, B.G. Levi, and P. Schwartz (Eds.), Physics of Sustainable Energy II: Using Energy Efficiently and Producing It Renewably (pp. 7-25). AIP Conf. Proc. 1401, 7. (PDF, 653 KB)
Rosenfeld A. & Poskanzer D. 2009. A Graph Is Worth a Thousand Gigawatt-Hours: How California Came to Lead the United States in Energy Efficiency. Journal Innovations: 57-79. (PDF, 459 KB)
One Rosenfeld is the annual avoided electric energy—3 BkWh—generated by a typical 500-MW coal-fired power plant. As a measure of improved electric efficiency, one Rosenfeld expresses the savings and avoidance of the cost and pollution involved in constructing and operating the power plant.
Koomey J. et al. 2010. Defining a Standard Metric for Electricity Savings. (PDF, 541 KB)
"Cal Physicist Arthur Rosenfeld Wins the Energy Prize". San Francisco Chronicle. 28 April 2011.
For papers and presentations between 2003 and April 2010, visit Dr. Rosenfeld's page on the California Energy Commission website.
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