Electronics, Lighting and Networks
Developing Flexible, Networked Lighting Control Systems That Reliably Save Energy in California Buildings. California Energy Commission, 2019. .
"Emerging Zero-Standby Solutions for Miscellaneous Electric Loads and the Internet of Things." Electronics 8.5 (2019). .
Energy Reporting: Device Demonstration, Communication Protocols, and Codes and Standards. Sacramento: California Energy Commission, 2019. .
"Local lighting control in open-plan offices: the influence of office lay-out." 20th Congress of the International Ergonomics Association (IEA 2018) 2019. .
"What can connected thermostats tell us about American heating and cooling habits?." ECEEE 2019 SUMMER STUDY 2019. .
"A simulation-based efficiency comparison of AC and DC power distribution networks in commercial buildings." Applied Energy 210 (2018) 1167-1187. LBNL-2001160. .
"Builder Installed Electrical Loads: The Energy Mortgage on a New House." ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings 2018. .
"Climate Change, Garage Door Openers, and Home Energy." ECEEE, 2018. .
"Driving Adoption of Demand-Responsive Commercial Lighting with a Clarified Value Proposition: Site Level Energy Savings and Cost-Benefit Analysis." 2018 Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings. Pacific Grove, CA, 2018. .
"Emerging Solutions to the Standby Power Problem." ACEEE 2018 Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings 2018. .
"Home energy management (HEM) database: A list with coded attributes of 308 devices commercially available in the US." Data in Brief 16 (2018) 71 - 74. .
"Improving Characterization of Miscellaneous Energy Loads in Energy Demand Models." 2018 ACEEE Summer Study 2018. .
"Parts of the House That Stay On . . . and On. Builder-Installed Electrical Loads." Home Energy Magazine 2018. .
"Techno-economic analysis of DC power distribution in commercial buildings." Applied Energy 230 (2018) 663 - 678. .
"Turning Paris into reality at the University of California." Nature Climate Change 8 (2018). .