WEI PENG 彭暐
School of Public and International Affairs &
Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment
Office: Robertston 305, Princeton University
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Dr. Peng is featured in this article that discusses her recent appointment as assistant professor of public and international affairs and the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment at Princeton University.
September 29, 2023
Dr. Peng and colleagues recently published a paper in Applied Energy that provides a feasible pathway to achieve China’s decarbonization goals by 2060 through incorporating important insights from China’s transportation, power, and hydrogen sectors.
July 26, 2023
Dr. Peng and colleagues recently published a paper in iScience that studies the impact factors like air pollution exposure and economic costs have on coal retirement pathways.
June 16, 2023
Dr. Peng and colleagues recently published a paper on the role electric vehicles play in reducing India's CO2 and air pollutant emissions generated from road transport.
November 17, 2022
Neutralizing China’s Transportation Sector Requires Combined Decarbonization Efforts from Power and Hydrogen Supply. Y.R. Fang, W Peng, J Urpelainen, M.S. Hossain, Y Qin, T Ma, M Ren, X Liu, S Zhang, C Huang, H Dai. Applied Energy, 349. 2023
Multi-Dimensional and Region-Specific Planning for Coal Retirements. N Maamoun, R Kennedy, W Peng, D D'souza, M Gray, S Lavelle, L Chau, N González-Jiménez, V Ehrenheim, M Joseph & J Urpelainen. iScience, 26. 2023
Effects of Global Climate Mitigation on Regional Air Quality and Health. X Huang, V Srikrishnan, J Lamontagne, K Keller, & W Peng. Nature Sustainability. 2023.
Equity Implications of Electric Vehicles: A Systematic Review on the Spatial Distribution of Emissions, Air Pollution, and Health Impacts. A Sharma, J Shiwang, A Lee & W Peng. Environmental Research Letters, 18. 2023.
Narrowing Fossil Fuel Consumption in the Indian Road Transport Sector Towards Reaching Carbon Neutrality.
M S Hossain, Y R Fang, T Ma, C Huang, W Peng, J Urpelainen, C Hebbale & H Dai. Energy Policy, 172. 2023.
Feasible Climate Mitigation. P Stern, T Dietz, K Nielsen, W Peng, M Vandenbergh. Nature Climate Change, 13, 6-8. 2022.
Socio-demographic factors shaping the future global health burden from air pollution. H Yang, X Huang, D.M. Westervelt, L Horowitz, & W Peng. Nature Sustainability. 2022.
Climate action with revenue recycling has benefits for poverty, inequality and well-being. M Budolfson, F Dennig, Fkson, S Feindt, M Ferranna, M Fleurbaey, D Klenert, U Kornek, K Kuruc, A Méjean, W Peng, N Scovronick, D Spears, F Wagner & S Zuber. Nature Climate Change. 2021.
Protecting the poor with a carbon tax and equal per capita dividend. M Budolfson, F Dennig, Fkson, S Feindt, M Ferranna, M Fleurbaey, D Klenert, U Kornek, K Kuruc, A Méjean, W Peng, N Scovronick, D Spears, F Wagner & S Zuber. Nature Climate Change. 2021.
To achieve deep cuts in US emissions, state-driven policy is only slightly more expensive than nationally uniform policy. W Peng, G Iyer, M Binsted, J Marlon, L Clarke, J A Edmonds, & D G Victor. Nature Climate Change. 2021.