Ana Mileva
Ana Mileva
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High-resolution modeling of the western North American power system demonstrates low-cost and low-carbon futures
J Nelson, J Johnston, A Mileva, M Fripp, I Hoffman, A Petros-Good, ...
Energy Policy 43, 436-447, 2012
Power system balancing for deep decarbonization of the electricity sector
A Mileva, J Johnston, JH Nelson, DM Kammen
Applied Energy 162, 1001-1009, 2016
Biomass enables the transition to a carbon-negative power system across western North America
DL Sanchez, JH Nelson, J Johnston, A Mileva, DM Kammen
Nature Climate Change 5 (3), 230-234, 2015
SWITCH-China: a systems approach to decarbonizing China’s power system
G He, AP Avrin, JH Nelson, J Johnston, A Mileva, J Tian, DM Kammen
Environmental science & technology 50 (11), 5467-5473, 2016
Deep carbon reductions in California require electrification and integration across economic sectors
M Wei, JH Nelson, JB Greenblatt, A Mileva, J Johnston, M Ting, C Yang, ...
Environmental Research Letters 8 (1), 014038, 2013
SunShot solar power reduces costs and uncertainty in future low-carbon electricity systems
A Mileva, JH Nelson, J Johnston, DM Kammen
Environmental Science & Technology 47 (16), 9053-9060, 2013
Comparison of low-carbon pathways for California
GM Morrison, S Yeh, AR Eggert, C Yang, JH Nelson, JB Greenblatt, ...
Climatic Change 131, 545-557, 2015
2025 California demand response potential study-charting California’s demand response future: final report on phase 2 results
P Alstone, J Potter, MA Piette, P Schwartz, MA Berger, LN Dunn, SJ Smith, ...
California demand response potential study—Charting California’s demand response future: Final report on phase 2 results
P Alstone, J Potter, MA Piette, P Schwartz, MA Berger, LN Dunn, SJ Smith, ...
LBNL-2001113, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA, 2025
Renewable energy alternatives to mega hydropower: a case study of Inga 3 for Southern Africa
R Deshmukh, A Mileva, GC Wu
Environmental Research Letters 13 (6), 064020, 2018
California’s carbon challenge: Scenarios for achieving 80% emissions reductions in 2050
M Wei, JH Nelson, M Ting, C Yang, D Kammen, C Jones, A Mileva, ...
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, UC Berkeley, UC Davis, and Itron to …, 2012
SWITCH-WECC: Data, assumptions, and model formulation
J Johnston, A Mileva, JH Nelson, DM Kammen
University of California: Berkeley, CA, USA, 2013
Final Report on Phase 2 Results, 2015 California Demand Response Potential Study: Charting California’s Demand Response Future
P Alstone, J Potter, MA Piette, P Schwartz, MA Berger, LN Dunn, SJ Smith, ...
California Public Utilities Commission. https://www. cpuc. ca. gov/WorkArea …, 2017
Enabling a low-carbon electricity system for Southern Africa
AFMK Chowdhury, R Deshmukh, GC Wu, A Uppal, A Mileva, T Curry, ...
Joule 6 (8), 1826-1844, 2022
An assessment of the environmental impacts of concentrator photovoltaics and modeling of concentrator photovoltaic deployment using the switch model
D Kammen, J Nelson, A Mileva, J Johnston
University of California at Berkeley, Commissioned by the CPV Consortium, 2011
Scenarios for deep carbon emission reductions from electricity by 2050 in Western North America using the SWITCH electric power sector planning model
JH Nelson
University of California, Berkeley, 2013
Final Report on Phase 2 Results: 2025 California Demand Response Potential Study
P Alstone, J Potter, MA Piette, P Schwartz, MA Berger, LN Dunn, SJ Smith, ...
Berkeley, CA, 2017
Western Interconnection flexibility assessment
N Schlag, A Olson, E Hart, A Mileva, R Jone, CB Martinez-Anido, ...
San Francisco, California: Energy and Environmental Economics, Inc.(E3 …, 2015
Western Interconnection Flexibility Assessment—Final Report
N Schlag, A Olson, E Hart, A Mileva, R Jones, ...
NREL, 2015
Advancing resource adequacy analysis with the GridPath RA Toolkit: A case study of the Western US
E Hart, A Mileva
Energy Systems Integration Groups ESIG) Webinar Presentation 6, 2022
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