Most publications by Energy Technologies Area authors are searchable from this page, including peer-reviewed publications, book chapters, conference proceedings and LBNL reports.

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Schipper, Leon J., Stephen Meyers, and Andrea Ketoff. "Progress in Residential Energy Conservation -- a Multi Country Perspective." In International Energy Agency Conference, "New Energy Conservation Technologies," Berlin, W. Germany, April 6-9, 1981. Berlin, Germany, 1981. Download: PDF (1.05 MB)
Brown, Sandra, Omar Masera, and Jayant A. Sathaye. "Project-based activities." In Land Use, Land-Use Change And Forestry. Vol. 8., 2000. Abstract
Gadgil, Ashok J.. Projects Toward Energy Sustainability in Cities and Rural Communities in the Developing Countries In Proceedings of the United Nations Habitat II, Istanbul. Citizen Involvement in Local Energy Policies., 1996.
McKane, Aimee. "Promoting Strong ISO 50001 Outcomes with Supportive National Infrastructure." In 2015 ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Industry, edited by Graziella Siciliano and Pamela de los Reyes. Buffalo, NY, 2015. Abstract  Download: PDF (1.12 MB)
Arasteh, Dariush K., and Stephen E. Selkowitz. "Prospects for Highly Insulating Window Systems." In Conservation in Buildings: Northwest Perspective. Butte, MT, 1985.

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