Framework for country-level sustainable transportation policy using public support as a measure of cultural distance
Decarbonization synergies from joint planning of electricity and hydrogen production: A Texas case study
Hourly power grid variations, electric vehicle charging patterns, and operating emissions
Highlighting and overcoming data barriers: Creating open data for retrospective analysis of U.S. electric power systems by consolidating publicly available sources
Global CO2 impacts of light-duty electric vehicles
Can industrial-scale solar hydrogen supplied from commodity technologies be cost competitive by 2030?
Endemic water and storm trash to energy via in-situ processing
Travel behavior as a driver of attitude: Car use and car pride in U.S. cities
Evaluating the systemic effects of automated mobility-on-demand services via large-scale agent-based simulation of auto-dependent prototype cities
Transition to electric vehicles in China: Implications for private motorization rate and battery market
Estimating revenues from offshore wind-storage systems: The importance of advanced battery models
Autonomous taxis and public health: High cost or high opportunity cost?
Power system decarbonization: Impacts of energy storage duration and interannual renewables variability
Technoeconomic analysis of the electrochemically mediated amine regeneration CO2 capture process
Sustainable energy system analysis modeling environment
Long-run system value of battery energy storage in future grids with increasing wind and solar generation
What prompts the adoption of car restriction policies among Chinese cities
Sustainable production of ammonia fertilizers from biomass
Recharging Systems and Business Operations to Improve the Economics of Electrified Taxi Fleets
Transportation Policymaking in Beijing and Shanghai: Contributors, Obstacles, and Process
MITEI is currently looking for postdocs, plus a program manager, a research fellow, and a research scientist.