Autor

Nome:
Inês Lima Azevedo
Habilitações:
Doutoramento: Carnegie Mellon University, Engineering and Public Policy, 2009
Mestrado: Instituto Superior Tecnico, Portugal, Engineering Policy and Management of Technology, 2009
Licenciatura: Instituto Superior Tecnico, Portugal, Environmental Engineering, 2004
e-mail:
iazevedo@cmu.edu
URL:
https://www.epp.cmu.edu/people/bios/azevedo.html
Artigos 12:

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 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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