Author

Name:
Inês Lima Azevedo
Educations:
Ph D: Carnegie Mellon University, Engineering and Public Policy, 2009
Master: Instituto Superior Tecnico, Portugal, Engineering Policy and Management of Technology, 2009
Bachelor: Instituto Superior Tecnico, Portugal, Environmental Engineering, 2004
e-mail:
iazevedo@cmu.edu
URL:
https://www.epp.cmu.edu/people/bios/azevedo.html
Articles 15:

China's Wind Industry: Leading in Deployment, Lagging in Innovation
Long T. Lam, Lee Branstetter, Inês Lima Azevedo
Energy Policy, vol. 106, 2017, p. 588-599.

Consistency and Robustness of Forecasting for Emerging Technologies: The Case of Li-ion Batteries for Electric Vehicles
Apurba Sakti, Inês Lima Azevedo, Erica R.H. Fuchs, Jeremy Michalek, Kevin P. Gallagher, Jay F. Whitacre
Energy Policy, vol. 106, 2017, p. 415-426.

Lessons from Wind Policy in Portugal
Ivonne Peña, Inês Lima Azevedo, Luis Antonio Marcelino Ferreira
Energy Policy, vol. 103, 2017, p. 193-202.

A Review of Learning Rates for Electricity Supply Technologies
Edward S. Rubin, Inês Lima Azevedo, Paulina Jaramillo, Sonia Yeh
Energy Policy, vol. 86, 2015, p. 198-218.

Heterogeneity in the Response to Gasoline Prices: Evidence from Pennsylvania and Implications for the Rebound Effect
Kenneth Gillingham, Alan Jenn, Inês Lima Azevedo
Energy Economics, vol. 52, 2015, p. s41-52.

Economic Analysis of the Profitability of Existing Wind Parks in Portugal
Ivonne Peña, Inês Lima Azevedo, Luis Antonio Marcelino Ferreira
Energy Economics, vol. 45, 2014, p. 353-363.

Labeling Energy Cost on Light Bulbs Lowers Implicit Discount Rates
Jihoon Min, Inês Lima Azevedo, Jeremy Michalek, Wändi Bruine de Bruin
Ecological Economics, vol. 97, 2014, p. 42-50.

Should Policy-Makers Allocate Funding to Vehicle Electrification or End-Use Energy Efficiency as a Strategy for Climate Change Mitigation and Energy Reductions? Rethinking Electric Utilities Efficiency Programs
Brinda A. Thomas, Inês Lima Azevedo
Energy Policy, vol. 67, 2014, p. 28-39.

The Role of Energy Storage in Accessing Remote Wind Resources in the Midwest
Julian Lamy, Inês Lima Azevedo, Paulina Jaramillo
Energy Policy, vol. 68, 2014, p. 123-131.

Estimating Direct and Indirect Rebound Effects for U.S. Households with Input-Output Analysis: Part 1: Theoretical Framework
Brinda A. Thomas, Inês Lima Azevedo
Ecological Economics, vol. 86, 2013, p. 199-210.

Estimating Direct and Indirect Rebound Effects for U.S. Households with Input-Output Analysis: Part 2: Simulation
Brinda A. Thomas, Inês Lima Azevedo
Ecological Economics, vol. 86, 2013, p. 188-198.

The Impact of Federal Incentives on the Adoption of Hybrid Electric Vehicles in the United States
Inês Lima Azevedo, Pedro Augusto Ferreira, Alan Jenn
Energy Economics, vol. 40, 2013, p. 936-942.

Distributed Cogeneration for Commercial Buildings: Can We Make the Economics Work?
Kyle Siler-Evans, Matthew Granger Morgan, Inês Lima Azevedo
Economic Policy, vol. 42, 2012, p. 580-590.

Edison Revisited: Should We Use DC Circuits for Lighting in Commercial Buildings?
Brinda A. Thomas, Inês Lima Azevedo, Matthew Granger Morgan
Energy Policy, vol. 45, 2012, p. 399-411.

Residential Electricity Consumption in Portugal: Findings from Top-Down and Bottom-Up Models
Daniel Wiesmann, Inês Lima Azevedo, Paulo Ferrao, John E. Fernandez
Energy Policy, vol. 39, 2011, p. 2772-2779.

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