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The Energy End-Use Forecasting (EUF) Group is no longer an active group at LBNL, but this site is maintained as an archive of the group's work. These pages are provided for archival purposes only. While the specific research projects described are not active research programs, the general topics are being pursued at LBNL; by the following groups in particular:

About Energy End-Use Forecasting

The mission of the Energy End-Use Forecasting and Market Assessment Group at LBNL was to transform market and technology data into information to provide a sound basis for policy decisions promoting the development and adoption of cost-effective energy-efficiency technologies. Much of the group's work was funded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (Atmospheric Pollution Prevention Division) and the U.S. Department of Energy (Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy).


Energy Star Program Support
Technology Data and Modeling
Policy Analysis


Publications of the EUF group are available from the EETD publications database.
For a single paper select "advanced search" and enter the LBNL report number
To get a listing of all available select "filter" and enter the keyword "EUF".


Many former members of the EUF group are working in the Electronics, Lighting and Networks group.
Another resource for contacting staff is the Environmental Energy Technologies Division (EETD) staff listing.
The former EUF group leader, Dr. Jonathan Koomey, has his own home page.