CEEEP provides policy makers with actionable insights into the ramifications of policies using an interdisciplinary approach. One major strand of CEEEP’s work, in conjunction with its research partners, is integrating sophisticated and complex climate, weather, air chemistry, power systems, and macroeconomic models to understand the implications of major energy initiatives. Another research strand is developing specialized and detail cost-benefit data sets and models to analyze specific energy policies for their economic, environmental, energy security, and equity outcomes. CEEEP’s work is tethered to the specific policy context that policy makers are working within in order to capture the key characteristics that affect the outcome of its analyses and to enable policy makers to become comfortable with the results.
Integration of Models for Offshore Wind Analysis
Strategic Research Initiatives
The Future of the Grid
Clean Power Regulations
Reliability & Resiliency Planning (Utility Hardening Cost-benefit Analysis)
Generation and Transmission Expansion Modeling
New Jersey Hydrogen Learning Center