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Park, Won Young, Nikit Abhyankar, Umed Paliwal, James Hyungkwan Kim, Nina Khanna, Kenji Shiraishi, Jiang Lin, Amol A. Phadke, Yong Hyun Song, Hee Seung Moon, Eunsung Kim, Sanghyun Hong, and Seung Wan Kim."A Clean Energy Korea by 2035, Transitioning to 80% Carbon-Free Electricity Generation." (2023).
Park, Won Young, Nina Khanna, James Hyungkwan Kim, Kenji Shiraishi, Nikit Abhyankar, Umed Paliwal, Jiang Lin, Amol A. Phadke, Hee Seung Moon, Yong Hyun Song, Eunsung Kim, Sanghyun Hong, Yunsik Chung, and Seung Wan Kim."Korean Power System Challenges and Opportunities, Priorities for Swift and Successful Clean Energy Deployment at Scale." (2023).
Wang, Wenjun, Nina Khanna, Jiang Lin, and Xu Liu."Black carbon emissions and reduction potential in China: 2015–2050."Journal of Environmental Management 329 (2023). DOI
Shiraishi, Kenji, Won Young Park, Nikit Abhyankar, Umed Paliwal, Nina Khanna, Toru Morotomi, Jiang Lin, and Amol A. Phadke."The 2035 Japan Report: Plummeting Costs of Solar, Wind, and Batteries Can Accelerate Japan’s Clean and Independent Electricity Future." (2023).
Khanna, Nina, Chao Ding, Won Young Park, Nihan Karali, and Nihar Shah."International review of market trends, technologies and policies for commercial refrigeration equipment and implications for China." (2022).
Kintner-Meyer, Michael, Guenter Conzelmann, Hyekyung Clarisse Kim, Nan Zhou, Juan Pablo Carvallo, Paelina DeStephano, Siddarth Durga, Amgad Elgowainy, George Giannakidis, Bruce Hamilton, Amit Kanudia, Jing Ke, Nina Khanna, Page Kyle, Virginie E. Letschert, Hongyou Lu, Haewon McJeon, Timothy Reber, Daniella Rough, Stephane de la Rue du Can, Michael Westphal, and Evelyn Wright."Preliminary Analysis of Decarbonization Pathways for Five Countries: The Net Zero World Initiative Report Series – 01."The Net Zero World Initiative Report Series (2022). DOI
Abhyankar, Nikit, Jiang Lin, Fritz Kahrl, Shengfei Yin, Umed Paliwal, Xu Liu, Nina Khanna, Qian Luo, David Wooley, Mike O'Boyle, Olivia Ashmoore, Robbie Orvis, Michelle Solomon, and Amol A. Phadke."Achieving an 80% carbon-free electricity system in China by 2035."iScience 25.10 (2022). DOI
Ke, Jing, Nina Khanna, and Nan Zhou."Analysis of water–energy nexus and trends in support of the sustainable development goals: A study using longitudinal water–energy use data."Journal of Cleaner Production 371 (2022) 133448. DOI
Lin, Jiang, Nina Khanna, Xu Liu, Wenjun Wang, Jessica Gordon, and Fan Dai."Opportunities to tackle short-lived climate pollutants and other greenhouse gases for China."Science of The Total Environment 842 (2022). DOI
Abhyankar, Nikit, Jiang Lin, Fredrich Kahrl, Shengfei Yin, Umed Paliwal, Xu Liu, Nina Khanna, Amol A. Phadke, Qian Luo, David Wooley, Mike O’Boyle, Olivia Ashmoore, Robbie Orvis, and Michelle Solomon."Achieving an 80% Carbon Free Electricity System in China by 2035." (2022).
Lu, Hongyou, Nina Khanna, Wei Feng, Jing Ke, David Fridley, and Nan Zhou."China’s Electrification Pathways: Findings from the China Energy Outlook 2022." (2022).
Ke, Jing, Nina Khanna, and Nan Zhou."Indirect estimation of willingness to pay for energy technology adoption."Applied Energy 312 (2022) 118701. DOI
Zhou, Nan, Nina Khanna, Jingjing Zhang, Hongyou Lu, Lynn K. Price, David Fridley, Jing Ke, Wei Feng, Bo Shen, Jiang Lin, and Mark D. Levine."China Energy Outlook 2022." (2022).
Khanna, Nina, Hongyou Lu, David Fridley, and Nan Zhou."Near and long‑term perspectives on strategies to decarbonize China’s heavy‑duty trucks through 2050."Nature Scientific Reports 11 (2021). DOI
Feng, Wei, Nan Zhou, Wenjun Wang, Nina Khanna, Xu Liu, and Jing Hou."Pathways for Accelerating Maximum Electrification of Direct Fuel Use in China’s Building Sector." (2021).
Weisenmiller, Robert B., Hae Jeong Cho, Jenn Perron, Fan Dai, Hongyou Lu, Nina Khanna, Nan Zhou, and Lynn K. Price."U.S.-China Energy Efficiency and Air Quality Strategies: A Review of Best Practices in Buildings, Transportation, and Industry." (2021).
Dai, Fan, Fredrich Kahrl, Jessica Gordon, Jennifer Perron, Yuqing Zhu, Rawley Loken, Amber Mahone, Nina Khanna, Nan Zhou, and Lynn K. Price."Getting to Net Zero - U.S.-China Framework And Milestones For Carbon Neutrality." (2021).
Khanna, Nina, Nan Zhou, and Lynn K. Price."Getting to Net Zero- China Report : Pathways Toward Carbon Neutrality A Review of Recent Studies on Mid-Century Emissions Transition Scenarios For China." (2021).
Khanna, Nina, Nihar Shah, Won Young Park, Chao Ding, and Jiang Lin."Designing Policies and Programs to Accelerate High Efficiency Appliance Adoption." (2020).
Zhou, Nan, Hongyou Lu, Nina Khanna, Xu Liu, David Fridley, Lynn K. Price, Wei Feng, Jiang Lin, Carolyn Szum, and Chao Ding."China Energy Outlook: Understanding China’s Energy and Emissions Trends." (2020).
Khanna, Nina, Xu Liu, and Nan Zhou."International review of ecodesign programs for products and lessons learned for China."China Economic Journal (2020) 1 - 31. DOI
Wu, Shimei, Xinye Zheng, Nina Khanna, and Wei Feng."Fighting coal — Effectiveness of coal-replacement programs for residential heating in China: Empirical findings from a household survey."Energy for Sustainable Development 55 (2020) 170 - 180. DOI
Karali, Nihan, Nihar Shah, Won Young Park, Nina Khanna, Chao Ding, Jiang Lin, and Nan Zhou."Improving the energy efficiency of room air conditioners in China: Costs and benefits."Applied Energy 258 (2020) 114023. DOI
Khanna, Nina, Chao Ding, Won Young Park, Nihar Shah, and Jiang Lin."Market Assessment of Multi-split Air Conditioning Systems in the Chinese and Global Market." (2019).
Zhou, Nan, Lynn K. Price, Dai Yande, Jon Creyts, Nina Khanna, David Fridley, Hongyou Lu, Wei Feng, Xu Liu, Ali Hasanbeigi, Zhiyu Tian, Hongwei Yang, Quan Bai, Yuezhong Zhu, Huawen Xiong, Jianguo Zhang, Kate Chrisman, Josh Agenbroad, Yi Ke, Robert McIntosh, David Mullaney, Clay Stranger, Eric Wanless, Daniel Wetzel, Cyril Yee, and Ellen Franconi."A roadmap for China to peak carbon dioxide emissions and achieve a 20% share of non-fossil fuels in primary energy by 2030."Applied Energy 239 (2019) 793 - 819. DOI