William Chandler, Andrzej Kassenberg, Ewaryst Hille, Moving Poland Beyond Coal: Assessment of Potential and Strategy, completed December 2017, published March 2018. All rights reserved.

Zhang Ji-Qiang, Maisah Khan, and William Chandler, "Continuing Climate Cooperation: A Concept Note," July 2017. All rights reserved.

William Chandler, Holly Gwin, Lin Ruosida, Wang Yanjia, "All-Electric Vehicles Unlikely to Reduce Air Pollutant Emissions In China Through Mid-Century," January 2017, Annapolis, MD. All rights reserved.

William M. Eichbaum, Ethics and the Human Enterprise in the Anthropocene Age—Evolving a New Understanding of the Morally Right and How to Get There, discussion draft and working paper, February, 2016, Washington, D.C. All rights reserved.

William CHANDLER, Holly GWIN, LIN Ruosida, and WANG Yanjia, China's Future Generation 2.0: Assessing the Maximum Potential for Renewable Power Sources in China to 2050, World Wildlife Fund and Entri, Paris, France, December 2015.

William CHANDLER and Holly Gwin, "State and Federal Jurisdictions in U.S. Energy Efficiency Policy." See also, William CHANDLER and Holly Gwin, "美国联邦和州政府的节能政策, China Energy, Beijing, China, June 2013.

William CHANDLER, CHEN Shiping, Holly Gwin, "Creating a Secondary Market for Energy Efficiency Project Finance in China," Presented at the ECEEE Industry Summer Study, Papendal, The Netherlands, 14 September 2012.

William CHANDLER, CHEN Shiping, Holly GWIN, WANG Yanjia, China Power: Benefits and Costs of the 'Strong, Smart Grid'.

William CHANDLER, CHEN Shiping, Holly GWIN, WANG Yanjia, “The China Electric Power Grid Model: Methodology and Overview.” Model documentation including mathematical formulas.

Wu Jiandong et al., “The Smart Grid in China: A Discussion Paper,” Report of the Expert Policy Advisory Group led by WU Jiandong China Center for International Economic Exchanges Chinese Academy of Sciences and WU Jiang Policy Research Office of State Electricity Regulatory Commission to State Electricity Regulatory Commission, YU Yanshan, Deputy Director General

William Chandler, Holly Gwin, and Chen Shiping, "Financing Energy Efficiency in China: 2011 Update" (Entri, 2011). Chinese language version: 中国能效融资:2011年更新

William Chandler and Holly Gwin, "Financing Energy Efficiency in China" (Carnegie Endowment, 2008)

Wang Yanjia and William Chandler, "Understanding Energy Intensity Data in China" (Carnegie Endowment, 2010)

Wang Yanjia and William Chandler, "The Chinese Nonferrous Metals Industry--Energy Use and CO2 Emissions," Energy Policy, Vol. 38, Issue 11, 2010, pp. 6475-6484

Of related interest

John H. Gibbons and William U. Chandler, Energy: The Conservation Revolution (New York: Plenum, 1981)

William Chandler, The Myth of TVA: Conservation and Development in the Tennessee Valley, 1933-1983 (Cambridge, MA: Ballinger, 1983)

Lester Brown et al., State of the World (Vols. 1984-1988) (New York: W.W. Norton)

William Chandler, Howard Geller, and Marc Ledbetter, Energy Efficiency: A New Agenda (Washington: ACEEE, 1988)

William Chandler, editor, Carbon Emissions Control Strategies (Washington: Conservation Foundation, 1990)

William Chandler, Energy and Environment in the Transition Economies (Boulder: Westview Press, 2000)

John H. Gibbons and Holly Gwin, “A History of Energy Conservation Measures,” Encyclopedia of Energy;

John H. Gibbons and Holly Gwin, Discovery, Education, and Innovation: An Overview of the Federal Investment in Science and Technology (Washington, DC: Office of Science and Technology Policy; Summer 2000)

John H. Gibbons, Holly Gwin, and Peter D. Blair, “Strategies for Energy Use,” Scientific American, Vol. 260, No. 9, September 1989;

John H. Gibbons and Holly Gwin, “Technology and Governance,” Technology in Society, and “The Efficacy of Federal Environmental Legislation: The TVA Experience with Endangered Species and Clean Air,” Utah Law Review, Vol. 1979, No. 4.

William Chandler, "Memo to Copenhagen: Commentary is Misinformed: China's Committment is Significant" (Carnegie Endowment, 2010).

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