His main research concerns Life-cycle assessment, Electricity, Environmental economics, Production and Waste management. His Life-cycle assessment study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Construction engineering, Road traffic, Benchmarking and Operations management. In his research on the topic of Environmental economics, Energy technology and Tonne is strongly related with Energy.
His Production research includes elements of Supply and demand, Natural resource economics and Efficient energy use. His Supply and demand research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Energy conservation, Primary energy and Agricultural economics. His work on Coal and Oil shale as part of general Waste management research is frequently linked to Reduction, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His primary areas of investigation include Efficient energy use, Environmental economics, Waste management, Energy and Electricity. Eric Masanet interconnects Energy consumption, Energy conservation and Production in the investigation of issues within Efficient energy use. His study looks at the intersection of Production and topics like Primary energy with Operations management.
He studied Environmental economics and Life-cycle assessment that intersect with Environmental protection, Climate change mitigation and Environmental resource management. His study in Waste management is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Environmental engineering and Compressed air. Eric Masanet combines subjects such as Automotive engineering and Data center with his study of Energy.
His primary scientific interests are in Environmental economics, Data center, Energy, Climate change mitigation and Efficient energy use. The Environmental economics study combines topics in areas such as Production, Strategic planning and Renewable energy. His research investigates the link between Production and topics such as Supply chain management that cross with problems in Primary energy.
Many of his research projects under Energy are closely connected to Meteorology, Sobol sequence and Differential evolution with Meteorology, Sobol sequence and Differential evolution, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Natural resource economics and Climate change mitigation. His Efficient energy use study incorporates themes from Reliability engineering and Data center services.
Eric Masanet mainly focuses on Energy, Meteorology, Data center, Product and Environmental economics. His Product research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Supply chain, Prefabrication and Architectural engineering, Building design. The concepts of his Environmental economics study are interwoven with issues in Incentive, Electrification and Efficient energy use.
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United States Data Center Energy Usage Report
Arman Shehabi;Sarah Smith;Dale Sartor;Richard Brown.
Energy and emissions saving potential of additive manufacturing: the case of lightweight aircraft components
Runze Huang;Matthew Riddle;Diane Graziano;Joshua Warren.
Life-cycle assessment of pavements. Part I: Critical review
Nicholas J. Santero;Eric Masanet;Arpad Horvath.
Recalibrating global data center energy-use estimates.
Eric Masanet;Eric Masanet;Arman Shehabi;Nuoa Lei;Sarah Smith.
Life-cycle inventory analysis of concrete production: A critical review
A. Petek Gursel;Eric Masanet;Arpad Horvath;Alex Stadel;Alex Stadel.
Technologies and policies to decarbonize global industry: Review and assessment of mitigation drivers through 2070
Jeffrey Rissman;Chris Bataille;Eric Masanet;Nate Aden.
A bottom-up model to estimate the energy efficiency improvement and CO2 emission reduction potentials in the Chinese iron and steel industry
Ali Hasanbeigi;William Morrow;Jayant Sathaye;Eric Masanet;Eric Masanet.
Renewable Energy in the Context of Sustainable Development
Jayant Sathaye;Oswaldo Lucon;Atiq Rahman;John Christensen.
Renewable Energy Sources and Climate Change Mitigation (2011)
Grand challenges for life-cycle assessment of biofuels.
T. E. McKone;T. E. McKone;T. E. McKone;W. W. Nazaroff;W. W. Nazaroff;P. Berck;P. Berck;M. Auffhammer;M. Auffhammer.
Environmental Science & Technology (2011)
Product recovery with some byte: an overview of management challenges and environmental consequences in reverse manufacturing for the computer industry
Charles David White;Eric Masanet;Christine Meisner Rosen;Sara L Beckman.
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