Our recent project on energy and water policy analysis:
Incorporating sustainability into energy and water policy
Since energy and water resources are interconnected, policy decisions regarding one resource affect the other. Synergies and tradeoffs are often apparent in energy and water policy and decision-making. Our work quantifies and highlights these connections via science-based policy analysis.
– C.M. Chini and A.S. Stillwell. (2020). “The changing virtual water trade network of the European electric grid.” Applied Energy, 260(1), 114151.
– A.S. Stillwell. (2019). “Editorial Perspectives: bringing the energy-water nexus home to promote conservation and efficiency.” Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology, 5(8), 1358-1359.
– C.M. Chini, L.A. Djehdian, W.N. Lubega, and A.S. Stillwell. (2018). “Virtual water transfers of the US electric grid.” Nature Energy, 3(12), 1115-1123.
– A.S. Stillwell, A.M. Mroue, J.D. Rhodes, M.A. Cook, J.B. Sperling, T. Hussey, D. Burnett, and M.E. Webber. (2017). “Water for Energy: Systems Integration and Analysis to Address Resource Challenges.” Current Sustainable/Renewable Energy Reports, 4(3), 90-98.
– A.S. Stillwell. (2015). “Sustainability of Public Policy: Example from the Energy-Water Nexus.” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Special Issue on Sustainability, 141(12), A4015001.