Citations & Media

Reports and Journal Articles

October, 2021

Report | Carbon Tracker Initiative

Jonathan Sims, et al.

Put Gas on Standby

January, 2021

Report | Energy Transition Institute

Tyler Fitch; edited by Tyler H. Norris

Carbon Stranding: Climate Risk and Stranded Assets in Duke’s Integrated Resource Plan

November, 2020

Commentary | Joule

Joseph F. DeCarolis, et al.

Leveraging Open-Source Tools for Collaborative Macro-energy System Modeling Efforts

August, 2020

Report | Vibrant Clean Energy & Energy Innovation

Christopher Clack, Aditya Choukulkar, Brianna Coté, and Sarah A. McKee

Economic & Clean Energy Benefits of Establishing a Competitive Wholesale Electricity Market in the Southeast United States

July, 2020

Journal Article | Applied Energy vol. 269

John E.T. Bistline and James H. Merrick

Parameterizing open-source energy models: Statistical learning to estimate unknown power plant attributes

May, 2020

Report | First Solar

Steven Dahlke, Mahesh Morjaria, Vahan Gevorgian, and Barry Mather

The Economics of Flexible Solar for Electricity Markets in Transition


Conference Paper | International Conference on Learning Representations

Henning Schwabe, Sumeet Sandhu, and Sergy Grebenshchkov

Accelerated Data Discovery for Scalable Climate Action

December, 2018

Report | Energy Innovation

Ron Lehr

Utility Financial Transition Impacts: From Fossil to Clean

News & Media

August 6, 2020

Interview | AI Time Journal

A.M. Aditya

Interview with Priya Donti, Co-founder and Chair, Climate Change AI

“Our organization is trying to address this data challenge by consolidating information about relevant public data sources where they exist, and funding the creation of research-ready datasets where there are gaps. There are also a number of other excellent initiatives — such as Climate TRACE, the Global Energy Data Commons, Icebreaker One, and the Public Utility Data Liberation project, to name a few.”

— Priya Donti

June 8, 2020

Blog Post | Tyler Ruggles’ Blog, Carnegie Insitute of Science

Tyler Ruggles

Comparing FERC and EIA Electricity Demand Data

One of our collaborators, Zane Selvans (@ZaneSelvans) of the Catalyst Cooperative (@CatalystCoop), mapped the ~200 FERC respondents to the ~70 EIA BAs and arranged the FERC data into a more usable format.  With this, we compared the hourly demand values for the successfully mapped BAs for 2017.

February 10, 2020

Article | Towards Data Science

Kyle Baranko

Open-Source Energy Projects in Python You Need to Know About

This team is solving a huge problem: organizing all this data and transforming it into machine-readable format. In a similar ethos to the Power Genome project (which uses PUDL), Catalyst Cooperative is aiming to lower the barriers to entry for energy system analysis and make these resources available for all to use.

July 24, 2018

Interactive Map & Article | Carbon Brief

Zeke Hausfather

Mapped: The US Nuclear Power Plants at ‘Risk’ of Shutting Down

Carbon Brief also analysed 30 financial reports from individual nuclear plants submitted to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) obtained through the Public Utility Data Liberation Project. These plants generally reported average operating expenses (excluding ongoing capital improvements) of between $19 and $61 per MWh between 2010 and 2016, with a median cost of $26 per MWh – the same as the average number found in the EIA data.