Jesse D. Jenkins
Jesse D. Jenkins
Assistant professor | Dept of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering | Princeton University
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The value of energy storage in decarbonizing the electricity sector
FJ de Sisternes, JD Jenkins, A Botterud
Applied Energy 175, 368-379, 2016
2662016
Energy Emergence: Rebound & Backfire as Emergent Phenomena
J Jenkins, T Nordhaus, M Shellenberger
Literature review: Breakthrough Institute, 2011
212*2011
Political economy constraints on carbon pricing policies: What are the implications for economic efficiency, environmental efficacy, and climate policy design?
JD Jenkins
Energy Policy 69, 467-477, 2014
1942014
A critical review of global decarbonization scenarios: what do they tell us about feasibility?
PJ Loftus, AM Cohen, J Long, JD Jenkins
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 6 (1), 93-112, 2015
1502015
The role of firm low-carbon electricity resources in deep decarbonization of power generation
NA Sepulveda, JD Jenkins, FJ de Sisternes, RK Lester
Joule 2 (11), 2403-2420, 2018
1122018
Where the Shale Gas Revolution Came From: Government’s Role in the Development of Hydraulic Fracturing in Shale
A Trembath, JD Jenkins, T Nordhaus, M Shellenberger
Breakthrough Institute, 2012
1002012
Getting to Zero Carbon Emissions in the Electric Power Sector
JD Jenkins, M Luke, S Thernstrom
Joule 2 (12), 2498-2510, 2018
85*2018
Utility of the Future: An MIT Energy Initiative response to an industry in transition
I Pérez-Arriaga, C Knittel, R Miller, R Tabors, A Bharatkumar, M Birk, ...
MIT Energy Initiative, 2016
832016
Bridging the Clean Energy Valleys of Death: Helping American Entrepreneurs Meet the Nation’s Energy Innovation Imperative
J Jenkins, S Mansur
Breakthrough Institute. November, 2011
83*2011
The benefits of nuclear flexibility in power system operations with renewable energy
JD Jenkins, Z Zhou, R Ponciroli, RB Vilim, F Ganda, F de Sisternes, ...
Applied Energy 222, 872-884, 2018
772018
Improved Regulatory Approaches for the Remuneration of Electricity Distribution Utilities with High Penetrations of Distributed Energy Resources
JD Jenkins, IJ Pérez-Arriaga
The Energy Journal 38 (3), 2017
542017
A regulatory framework for an evolving electricity sector: Highlights of the MIT utility of the future study
IJ Pérez-Arriaga, JD Jenkins, C Batlle
Economics of Energy & Environmental Policy 6 (1), 71-92, 2017
532017
Enhanced Decision Support for a Changing Electricity Landscape: the GenX Configurable Electricity Resource Capacity Expansion Model
JD Jenkins, NA Sepulveda
Cambridge, MA, MITEI-WP-2017-10, 2017
252017
Why Distributed?: A Critical Review of the Tradeoffs Between Centralized and Decentralized Resources
SP Burger, JD Jenkins, SC Huntington, IJ Perez-Arriaga
IEEE Power and Energy Magazine 17 (2), 16-24, 2019
232019
Long-run system value of battery energy storage in future grids with increasing wind and solar generation
DS Mallapragada, NA Sepulveda, JD Jenkins
Applied Energy 275, 115390, 2020
222020
Profitability Evaluation of Load-Following Nuclear Units with Physics-Induced Operational Constraints
R Ponciroli, Y Wang, Z Zhou, A Botterud, J Jenkins, RB Vilim, F Ganda
Nuclear Technology 200 (3), 189-207, 2017
182017
Financing Mega-scale Energy Projects: A case study of the Petra Nova carbon capture project
JD Jenkins
Paulson Institute and the China Center for International Economic Exchanges, 2015
16*2015
Restructuring Revisited Part 2: Coordination in Electricity Distribution Systems
SP Burger, JD Jenkins, C Batlle, IJ Perez-Arriaga
The Energy Journal 40 (3), 2019
152019
Carbon pricing under binding political constraints
JD Jenkins, VJ Karplus
https://www.wider.unu.edu/publication/carbon-pricing-under-binding-political …, 2016
152016
Restructuring Revisited Part 1: Competition in Electricity Distribution Systems
SP Burger, JD Jenkins, C Batlle, IJ Pérez-Arriaga
The Energy Journal 40 (3), 2019
142019
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