Daniel M. Kammen

Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
History Economics, General, Energy
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Robert Bailis grad student UC Berkeley (Epi Tree)
David M. Hassenzahl grad student 2000 Princeton
Richard D. Duke grad student 2002 Princeton
Robert M. Margolis grad student 2002 Princeton
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Kammen DM, Sunter DA. (2016) City-integrated renewable energy for urban sustainability. Science (New York, N.Y.). 352: 922-8
He G, Avrin AP, Nelson JH, et al. (2016) SWITCH-China: A Systems Approach to Decarbonize China's Power System. Environmental Science & Technology
Kittner N, Gheewala SH, Kammen DM. (2016) Energy return on investment (EROI) of mini-hydro and solar PV systems designed for a mini-grid Renewable Energy. 99: 410-419
He G, Kammen DM. (2016) Where, when and how much solar is available? A provincial-scale solar resource assessment for China Renewable Energy. 85: 74-82
Solomon AA, Kammen DM, Callaway D. (2016) Investigating the impact of wind-solar complementarities on energy storage requirement and the corresponding supply reliability criteria Applied Energy. 168: 130-145
Mileva A, Johnston J, Nelson JH, et al. (2016) Power system balancing for deep decarbonization of the electricity sector Applied Energy. 162: 1001-1009
Nemet GF, Grubler A, Kammen DM. (2016) Countercyclical energy and climate policy for the U.S Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change. 7: 5-12
Klenk NL, Meehan K, Pinel SL, et al. (2015) GLOBAL CHANGE SCIENCE. Stakeholders in climate science: Beyond lip service? Science (New York, N.Y.). 350: 743-4
Dove MR, Kammen DM. (2015) Science, society and the environment: Applying anthropology and physics to sustainability Science, Society and the Environment: Applying Anthropology and Physics to Sustainability. 1-163
Kammen DM. (2015) A window on use-inspired basic research Environmental Research Letters. 10
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