Research Projects


Our researchers explore critical issues and address challenges that have regional, national, and global implications.


About Our Research Grants

Each year, the Kleinman Center for Energy Policy awards grants to Penn faculty, postdocs, and doctoral students ranging from $5,000 to $15,000 to support new research or supplement existing research.

For questions about the research grants program, please email Angela Pachon

Awarded Research Projects

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The Economics of Grid Reliability and Voltage Improvements Access & Equity, Electricity 2022-2023 Susanna Berkouwer Grids, International
Electric Vehicle Charging Networks Reliability: Case Studies of National and Local Policies in Japan Transportation, Access & Equity 2022-2023 Bing-Yu Chiu Electric Vehicles, International
Engineering Nature-Based Buffers to Address Climate Change and Water Scarcity in the Andes Climate 2022-2023 Kristina Lyons Environment, International
Field Experiments to Measure the Impact of Solar Lights at the Bottom of the Pyramid Renewables 2022-2023 Serguei Netessine International, Solar
Health Benefits of the Clean Energy Transition Access & Equity 2021-2022 Susanna Berkouwer International, Public Health
Alternative Sources of Energy in Informal Settlements in Accra, Ghana Access & Equity 2021-2022 Eugenie Birch International
Increasing Electricity Access in the Developing World through Equitable Load-Shedding Electricity, Access & Equity 2020-2021 Tomer Mangoubi International
Energy Transitions in Times of COVID19: Economic Crises and Time Horizons in Latin America Markets & Regulation, Climate 2020-2021 Santiago Cunial Covid-19, International
Energy Policy When Households Face Credit Constraints: Evidence from India, Kenya, Mexico, and Brazil Markets & Regulation, Access & Equity 2020-2021 Susanna Berkouwer Carbon Pricing, International, Subsidies
The Impact of Transportation Electrification on Urban Forms in China Transportation 2019-2020 Zhongjie Lin Electric Vehicles, International
Hazard Vulnerability and Policy Responses for Coastal Resilience in South Korea Climate 2019-2020 Sa Min Han Climate Adaptation, International, Risk
Implementing SDG7 in the Informal Settlements: The Case of Accra, Ghana Electricity, Access & Equity 2019-2020 Eugenie Birch International
Migration, Climate Change, and Sustainability Attitudes Climate 2018-2019 Sabrina Arias, Christopher Blair Climate Adaptation, International, Risk
Fracking and Indigenous Demands in the South of Argentina Access & Equity, Fossil Fuels 2018-2019 Tulia Falleti Fracking, International, Land Management, Natural Resources
Repowering Ulaanbaatar: Urbanization after Coal Fossil Fuels, Electricity 2018-2019 Nicholas Pevzner, Stephanie Carlisle Coal, International, Public Health

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