Jeffery Greenblatt

Jeffery Greenblatt

Sustainable Energy Systems Group
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
1 Cyclotron Road MS 90R2002
Berkeley CA 94720
Office Location: 90-2010
(415) 814-9088

Jeffery Greenblatt has been involved with modeling pathways for California's low-carbon energy future since 2009, publishing a number of studies including a recently-published analysis of California greenhouse gas policies in Energy Policy, an electricity-focused analysis in Environmental Research Letters, and the prominent California's Energy Future study sponsored California Council on Science and Technology. He also works on the life-cycle assessment of emerging technologies including artificial photosynthesis (sponsored by DOE's Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis) and autonomous vehicles, and is involved with both DOE's Quadrennial Technology Review and Quadrennial Energy Review efforts. From 2009-2013, he oversaw refrigerator economic modeling for the DOE efficiency standards program. He has almost 15 years of experience in climate change and low-carbon energy technology assessment and modeling. Prior to joining LBNL in 2009, Dr. Greenblatt worked at Google on the RE<C initiative ("Renewable Electricity Cheaper than Coal"), at Environmental Defense Fund as an energy scientist, at Princeton University as a research staff member, and at NASA Ames as a National Research Council associate. He received a Ph.D. in chemistry from UC Berkeley in 1999.

Twitter handle: @energygeek

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Wei, Max, Jeffery B. Greenblatt, Sally M. Donovan, James H. Nelson, Ana Meliva, Josiah Johnston, and Daniel M. Kammen. Scenarios For Meeting California's 2050 Climate Goals. California's Carbon Challenge Phase II Volume I: Non-Electricity Sectors and Overall Scenario Results., 2013. Download: PDF (2.76 MB)


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