Gregory Nemet Research
Plachinski, S., T. Holloway, P. Meier, G.F. Nemet, A. Rrushaj, J.Oberman, P.Duran, C.Voigt “Quantifying the Air Quality Co-benefits of Lower-Carbon Electricity Production.” In press at Atmospheric Environment.
- Nemet, G.F., P. Braden, E. Cubero, and B. Rimal. “Four decades of multi-year targets in energy policy: aspirations or credible commitments?” In press at Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Energy and Environment.
- Anadon, L.D., G.F. Nemet, and E.Verdolini. (2013) “The future costs of nuclear power using multiple expert elicitations: effects of RD&D and elicitation design.” Environmental Research Letters, 8(3): 034020.
- Nemet, G.F., E. Baker, and K. Jenni (2013) “Modeling the future costs of carbon capture using experts’ elicited probabilities under policy scenarios.” Energy, 56: 218–228.
- Jenni, K., E. Baker, and G.F. Nemet (2013) “Expert Elicitations of Energy Penalties for Carbon Capture Technologies.” International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 12: 136–145.
- Altwies, J. and G.F. Nemet (2013) “Innovation in the U.S. building sector: an assessment of patent citations in building energy control technology.” Energy Policy, 52(1): 819–831.
- Nemet, G.F. (2012) “Inter-technology knowledge spillovers for energy technologies.” Energy Economics, 34(5): 1259–1270 [preprint].
- Wilson, C., A. Grubler, K.S. Gallagher,
and G.F. Nemet (forthcoming) “Energy end-use technologies marginalised in
innovation for climate change mitigation.” Nature
G.F. (2012) “Subsidies for new technologies and
knowledge spillovers from learning by doing.” Journal of Policy
Analysis and Management, 31(3). [preprint]
- Gallagher, K.S.,
A. Grubler, L. Kuhl, G.F. Nemet,
and C. Wilson (2012)
“The Energy Technology Innovation System” Annual Review of
Environment and Resources, 37.
G.F. and E. Johnson (2012) “Do important
inventions benefit from knowledge originating in other
technological domains?” Research Policy,
41(1): 190–200. [preprint]
G.F. and A.R. Brandt. (2012) “Willingness to
pay for a climate backstop: liquid fuel producers and
direct CO2 air capture” The Energy Journal,
33(1): 53–82. [preprint]
- Rasmussen, D.J. , T. Holloway,
and G.F. Nemet (2011) “Opportunities and challenges in assessing
climate change impacts on wind energy” Environmental Research
G.F. (2010) “Cost containment in climate
policy and incentives for technology development.” Climatic Change,
103, 423-443. [preprint]
G.F. (2010) “Robust incentives and the design
of a climate change governance regime” Energy Policy,
- Nemet, G.F., T.
Holloway, and P. Meier (2010) “Implications of
incorporating air-quality benefits into climate change
policymaking.” Environmental Research
- Nemet, G.F. and E.
Baker. (2009). "Demand Subsidies Versus R&D: Comparing
the Uncertain Impacts of Policy on a Pre-commercial
Low-carbon Energy Technology." The
30:4, pp. 49-80.
Award for the best paper published in The Energy Journal in 2009). [preprint]
- Nemet, G.F. (2009). “Demand pull, technology push, and government-led
incentives for non-incremental technical change.” Research Policy 38(5): 700-709.
- Nemet, G.F. (2009). "Net radiative forcing from widespread deployment of
Science & Technology 43(6):
- Nemet, G.F. (2009). “Interim monitoring of cost dynamics for publicly
supported energy technologies." Energy
Policy 37(3): 825-835.
- Nemet, G.F. and
D.M. Kammen (2007). “U.S. energy R&D: declining
investment, increasing need, and the feasibility of
expansion.” Energy Policy 35(1): 746-755.
- Nemet, G.F. (2006). “Beyond the learning curve: factors influencing cost
reductions in photovoltaics.” Energy Policy 34(17): 3218-3232.
- Kammen, D.M. and G.F.
Nemet (2005). “Reversing the incredible shrinking
energy R&D budget.” Issues in Science and Technology 22(1): 84-88, Fall.
- Nemet, G.F. and
A.J. Bailey (2000). “Distance and health care utilization among the rural elderly.” Social Science and Medicine 50:1197-1208.
- Nemet, G.F. 2012. “Technological change and climate-change policy” in Encyclopedia of Energy, Natural Resource and Environmental Economics. Ed. J.Shogren. Elsevier.
Nemet, G. F. and D. Husmann (forthcoming). “PV learning curves and cost dynamics” in Advances in Photovoltaics Part I, 1st Edition. G. Willeke and E. Weber, Academic Press. 87.
GEA. 2012. “The Energy Technology Innovation System ” In The Global Energy Assessment (GEA). Cambridge University Press (Nemet, Lead Author).
Nemet, Gregory and Diana Husmann, 2012. “Historical and future cost dynamics of Photovoltaic technology,” in Comprehensive Renewable Energy. A. Sayigh et al. eds: Elsevier, pp 47—72.
Baker, Erin, Gregory F. Nemet and Peter Rasmussen, 2012. “Modeling the Costs of Carbon Capture.” in Handbook of CO2 in Power Systems. Q. P. Zheng, S. Rebennack, P. M. Pardalos, M. V. F. Pereira and N. A. Iliadis. Berlin Heidelberg, Springer: 349-372.
IPCC. 2011. “Chapter 11, Policy, Financing and Implementation.” In Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Special Report on Renewable Energy, (Nemet, Contributing Author).
Nemet, Gregory. 2010. “Benefit Cost Analysis of R&D as a Solution to Climate Change” in Smart Solutions to Climate Change: Comparing Costs and Benefits. Bjorn Lomborg ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 349–359.
Sark, Wilfired van, Lena Neij, Gregory Nemet, and Clas-Otto Wene. 2010. "Photovoltaic Solar energy" in Technological Learning in the Energy Sector: Lessons for Policy, Industry and Science. Martin Junginger, Wildfried van Sark and Andre Faaij eds. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar: 93–114.
Sark, Wilfired van, Erik Alsema, Gregory Nemet, and Gerritt Jan Schaeffer. 2010. “General aspects and caveats of experience curve analysis” in Technological Learning in the Energy Sector: Lessons for Policy, Industry and Science. Martin Junginger, Wildfried van Sark and Andre Faaij eds. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar: 18–35.
- Nemet, G.F. (2008). “Evaluating the demand-pull hypothesis” in Innovation for a Low Carbon Economy: Economic, Institutional and Management Approaches. T. Foxon, J. Koehler, and C. Oughton. Cheltenham, UK, Edward Elgar.
- Kammen, D.M. and G.F. Nemet (2007). “Energy R&D investment” in Energy and American Society—13 Myths. B. Sovacool and M. Brown. Springer: 289–310.
- Kammen, D.M. (2007). “A Ten Year Outlook for Energy” Testimony provided to the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Appropriations, Washington, D.C. 28 February
(G.F.Nemet, primary researcher).
- Kammen, D.M. (2006). “Department of Energy’s Plan for Climate Change Technology Programs” Testimony provided to the U.S. House of Representatives Science Committee, subcommittee on Energy, Washington, D.C. 20 September (G.F.Nemet, primary researcher).
- Kammen, D.M. (2003). “The Future of University Nuclear Science and Engineering Programs” Testimony provided to the U.S.House of Representatives Science Committee, subcommittee on Energy, Washington, D.C. 10 June (G.F.Nemet, primary researcher).
- Nemet, G.F. (2006). “How well does learning-by-doing explain cost reductions in a carbonfree energy technology?” Nota di Lavoro 143.2006, Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM), Milan, Italy.
- Nemet, G.F. (2006). “Net radiative forcing from widespread deployment of photovoltaics” Working Paper, Renewable and Appropriate Energy Laboratory (RAEL) U.C. Berkeley.
- Nemet, G.F. (2005). “Technical change in photovoltaics and the applicability of the learning curve model” Interim Report 05-029, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), Laxenburg, Austria.
La Follette School Working Paper
- Taylor, M.R., E.S. Rubin, and G.F. Nemet (2006). “Chapter 3: The Role of Technological Innovation in Meeting California’s Greenhouse Gas Emissions Targets” in Managing Greenhouse Gas Emissions in California for the California Environmental Protection Agency.
- Taylor, M.R., D. Thornton, G.F. Nemet, and M. Colvin (2006). “Government Actions and Innovation in Environmental Technology for Power Production: The Cases of Selective Catalytic Reduction and Wind Power in California” CEC-500-2006-053 CA Energy Commission.
- Taylor, M.R., G.F. Nemet, C. Wadia, T. Dillavou, and M.Colvin (2005). “Government Actions and Innovation in Environmental Technology for Power Production: The Cases of PV Cells, Solar Thermal Electric Power, and Solar Water Heating” CA Energy Commission.
- Lipman, T.E., G.F. Nemet, and D.M. Kammen (2004). “A review of advanced power technology programs in the United States and abroad including linked transportation and stationary sector developments” ARB-R-04-813 California Air Resources Board.