Economics in the EES Group

Economics research conducted in the Energy Efficiency Standards (EES) group covers a variety of topics related to the welfare impacts of policies to improve energy efficiency in the economy. The economics research of this group has led to a number of studies, reports, and publications that may be of wider interest to the economics community

The individual economics researchers in EES work in a range of energy and environmental economics areas, including technological change and innovation, the cost and optimal design of energy efficiency policies, welfare impacts and market failures justifying efficiency regulations, life-cycle cost analysis, and energy pricing.

View the economics publications and economics staff listings to get a better sense of these activities.