Inês Azevedo is an Associate Professor of Engineering and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University and Co-Director of the Climate and Energy Decision Making Center. She earned her B.Sc. in Environmental Engineering and M.Sc. and Innovation and Management of Technology from the University of Lisbon and her Ph.D. in Engineering and Public Policy from Carnegie Mellon University.
Professor Azevedo researches the environmental, economic, technical, and policy aspects of energy, with an emphasis on their longterm impacts.
Lamy, Julian V., et al. “Should we build wind farms close to load or invest in transmission to access better wind resources in remote areas? A case study in the MISO region.” Energy Policy 96 (2016): 341-350.
Prasad, Shikha, et al. “Nonproliferation improvements and challenges presented by small modular reactors.” Progress in Nuclear Energy 80 (2015): 102-109.
Thomas, Brinda A., and Inês L. Azevedo. “Should policy-makers allocate funding to vehicle electrification or end-use energy efficiency as a strategy for climate change mitigation and energy reductions? Rethinking electric utilities efficiency programs.” Energy Policy 67 (2014): 28-36.