Sustainable Energy Systems

The Sustainable Energy System (SES) Group strives to understand energy systems and their environmental and health impacts.  We use a multidisciplinary approach to study problems of diverse topics and applications.  Group members have backgrounds in engineering, sciences, economics, statistics, and public health. 

Current Topics include:Climate diagram

  • Water-energy interactions
  • Energy economics
  • Resource and Life Cycle Assessment
  • Human and environmental health risk
  • Indoor Environment modeling and hazard assessment
  • Primary and Secondary Aerosols
  • Ozone Production
  • Urban Meteorology and Energy Balance
  • Anthropogenic Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Learn More about the Sustainable Energy Systems Group.

Group Leader
Thomas Kirchstetter

Deputy Group Leaders
Corinne Scown and Michael Sohn

Related Publications:

2010

2009

Black, Douglas R., and Phillip N. Price. Contam airflow models of three large buildings: Model descriptions and validation. Berkeley: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 2009. Download: 
Shehabi, Arman, and Joe Prisco. "General Description of Particulate Matter." In Particulate and Gaseous Contamination in Datacom Environments, edited by Joe Prisco, Rich Hill, Pam Lembke, D. Moore, Arman Shehabi and Prabjit Singh. Atlanta: American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, Inc., 2009.
Shehabi, Arman. Energy Demands and Efficiency Strategies in Data Center Buildings In Civil and Environmental Engineering. Berkeley: University of California, Berkeley, 2009. Download: PDF (2.57 MB)