The E2e Project

Evidence for Action on Energy Efficiency

The E2e Project is a joint initiative of the University of California at Berkeley, the University of Chicago, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

World class researchers tackling the energy efficiency gap

E2e has built a community of top tier researchers pursuing the frontier of energy efficiency research.

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Research that influences

E2e policy briefs summarize research results and provide clear, actionable recommendations to policy-makers and practitioners.

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A growing body of evidence

With several recently-launched and on-going projects, E2e researchers are analyzing all aspects of the energy efficiency gap.

Energy efficiency is a central component of climate and energy policies

“I’m also issuing a new goal for America: let’s cut in half the energy wasted by our homes and businesses over the next twenty years…"

– President Obama, State of the Union Address, February 2013


Featured Story

Using Machine Learning to Measure Energy Efficiency Savings in Schools

In a recent study, E2e researchers Fiona Burlig, Christopher Knittel, David Rapson, Mar Reguant and Catherine Wolfram developed a new machine learning approach to measure the energy savings from efficiency upgrades in schools. Using the machine learning approach, the researchers developed a rich understanding of the drivers of real-world electricity consumption at over 1,000 K-12 schools in California.

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In the News


Fossil Fuels are Dead, Long Live Fossil Fuels

Catherine Wolfram in the Energy Institute Blog


Taking The Pedal Off The Metal

Max Auffhammer in the Energy Institute Blog (featuring paper by Chris Knittel)

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