Earni, Shankar, and Philip Coleman."Better bang for your buck? Comparing savings realization from ESPCs and direct-funded projects."ACEEE Summer Study 2022 (2022). DOI
Ahn, Hyeunguk, William Miller, Paul Sheaffer, Vestal Tutterow, and Vi H. Rapp."Opportunities for installed combined heat and power (CHP) to increase grid flexibility in the U.S.."Energy Policy 157 (2021) 112485. DOI
Wang, Liyang, Molly Morabito, Christopher T. Payne, and Gerald Robinson."Identifying institutional barriers and policy implications for sustainable energy technology adoption among large organizations in California."Energy Policy 146 (2020) 111768. DOI
Earni, Shankar, and Peter L. Therkelsen."Non-routine adjustments – towards standardizing M&V approach for quantifying the effects of static factors."eceee Industrial Efficiency 2020 - DECARBONISE INDUSTRY! (2020). DOI
Earni, Shankar, Philip Coleman, Elizabeth Stuart, and Peter H. Larsen."eProject Builder: Promoting wider adoption of energy savings performance contracts through standardization and transparency."energise 2020 ENERGY INNOVATION FOR A SUSTAINABLE ECONOMY (2020) 300-308.
Coleman, Philip, Shankar Earni, Bob Slattery, and Christine Walker."M&V in ESPC: The U.S. Federal Experience and Implications for Developing ESPC Markets."energise 2020 ENERGY INNOVATION FOR A SUSTAINABLE ECONOMY (2020) 216-221.
Piette, Mary Ann, Richard C. Diamond, Stephen E. Selkowitz, Stephane de la Rue du Can, Tianzhen Hong, Kaiyu Sun, Paul A. Mathew, Iain S. Walker, Alan K. Meier, Erik Page, Jessica Granderson, Nan Zhou, and Peter Alstone."Chapter 2: Global Opportunities and Challenges in Energy and Environmental Issues in the Buildings Sector."World Scientific Series in Current Energy Issues (2020). DOI
Morabito, Molly, Liyang Wang, Christopher T. Payne, and Luis L. Fernandes."National Mandates Won’t Save Us!: How to Design Energy Efficiency Policies that Address Institutional Barriers to Change."ACEEE Summer Study (2020). DOI
Siap, David, Christopher T. Payne, and Alex Lekov."The United States Federal Energy Management Program lighting energy efficiency 2017 update and impacts."Applied Energy 233-234 (2018) 99 - 104. DOI
Wang, Liyang, and Christopher T. Payne."Changing Institutional Procurement Behavior to Achieve Energy Savings."2018 Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings (2018). DOI
Bunch, , Saralyn, and Christopher T. Payne."Contracting for Efficiency. A Best Practices Guide for Energy -Efficient Product Procurement." (2016). DOI
Scodel, Anna, and Laurèn DeMates."From Policy to Compliance: Federal Energy Efficient Product Procurement." (2015).
Chiles, Thomas, Kenneth Shutika, and Philip Coleman."Riding the Electricity Market as an Energy Management Strategy: Savings from Real-Time Pricing." (2015).
Coleman, Philip."Escalation Rates in Energy Savings Performance Contracts."Energy Engineering 112.5 (2015). DOI
Agyeman, Yaw O., and Harley Barnes."Project Manager’s Guide to Managing Impact and Process Evaluation Studies." (2015).
Scheib, Jennifer, Philip Coleman, and Shanti Pless."Realizing High-Performance Buildings." (2015).
Agyeman, Yaw O.."Steady Hand at the Wheel: Using an Incremental, Systematic Approach to Promote an Evaluation Culture in a Federal Organization."International Energy Program Evaluation Conference (2015).
Earni, Shankar."Advanced Metering Implementations - A Perspective from Federal Sector."2014 ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings (2014).
Coleman, Philip, Shankar Earni, and Charles H. Williams."Could what that ESCO sales rep said really be true? Savings realization rates in ESPC versus bid-to-spec projects."2014 ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings (2014).
Payne, Christopher T., H.Y. Iris Cheung, and Emily Fisher."Evolution of Energy Efficiency Programs Over Time: The Case of Standby Power."2014 ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings (2014).
Mercado, Andrea C., Robin Mitchell, Shankar Earni, Richard C. Diamond, and Elena Alschuler."Enabling Interoperability through a Common Language for Building Performance Data."2014 ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings (2014).
Williams, Charles H., Andrew S. Green, Douglas Dahle, John Barnett, Pat Butler, and David Kerner."Potential for the Use of Energy Savings Performance Contracts to Reduce Energy Consumption and Provide Energy and Cost Savings in Non-Building Applications." (2013).