Alan Meier focuses on Electricity, Energy, Energy consumption, Energy conservation and Efficient energy use. His Electricity study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Telecommunications equipment, Power management, Reliability engineering and Transport engineering. His studies in Energy integrate themes in fields like Natural resource economics, Process engineering and Environmental resource management.
In general Energy consumption study, his work on Residential energy often relates to the realm of Monitoring system, Relative energy and Protocol, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His work is dedicated to discovering how Energy conservation, Energy policy are connected with Waste management, Zero-energy building and Investment and other disciplines. His work carried out in the field of Efficient energy use brings together such families of science as Microeconomics, Purchasing and Risk analysis.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Electricity, Efficient energy use, Energy consumption, Energy and Standby power. His Electricity research incorporates elements of Telecommunications, Environmental economics, Agricultural economics and Operations management. His Environmental economics study incorporates themes from Order and Investment.
His Efficient energy use research integrates issues from Thermal comfort, Transport engineering, Natural resource economics, Risk analysis and Energy policy. His study in Energy consumption is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Thermostat, Automotive engineering, Usability and Civil engineering. Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Energy conservation under Energy, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Energy management.
Alan Meier spends much of his time researching Efficient energy use, Energy, Civil engineering, Human–computer interaction and Electrical engineering. His work deals with themes such as Energy conservation, Thermal comfort and Facility management, which intersect with Efficient energy use. His Energy research incorporates themes from Natural resource economics, Transport engineering and Data collection.
His work in the fields of Standby power, Power electronics and LED lamp overlaps with other areas such as Presentation. His Standby power research includes themes of Electricity and Miniaturization. His Electricity study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Poverty, Marketing and Decile.
HVAC, Thermal comfort, Alternative fuels, Bending and Electrification are his primary areas of study. Among his HVAC studies, there is a synthesis of other scientific areas such as Digital camera, End user, Real-time computing, Non invasive and Wearable computer. The various areas that Alan Meier examines in his Thermal comfort study include Control system, Project team and Facility management.
Alan Meier undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Alternative fuels and Civil engineering through his research.
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How people use thermostats in homes: A review
Therese Peffer;Marco Pritoni;Alan Meier;Cecilia Aragon.
Building and Environment (2011)
Electricity used by office equipment and network equipment in the US
Kaoru Kawamoto;Jonathan G Koomey;Bruce Nordman;Richard E Brown.
Rating the energy performance of buildings
Thomas Olofsson;Alan Meier;Roberto Lamberts.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (2004)
Electricity used by office equipment and network equipment in the U.S.: Detailed report and appendices
Kaoru Kawamoto;Jonathan G. Koomey;Bruce Nordman;Richard E. Brown.
SUPPLY CURVES OF CONSERVED ENERGY FOR CALIFORNIA'S RESIDENTIAL SECTOR
Alan Meier;Arthur H. Rosenfeld;Janice Wright.
Energy impacts of recycling disassembly material in residential buildings.
Weijun Gao;Takahiro Ariyama;Toshio Ojima;Alan Meier.
Energy and Buildings (2001)
Supplying Energy Through Greater Efficiency: The Potential for Conservation in California's Residential Sector
Alan Meier;Janice Wright;Arthur H. Rosenfeld.
Supply Curves of Conserved Energy
Alan Kevin Meier.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (1982)
Consumer discount rates implied by purchases of energy-efficient refrigerators
Alan K. Meier;Jack Whittier.
Strategic landscaping and air-conditioning savings: A literature review
Alan K. Meier.
Energy and Buildings (1990)
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