Duke expert touts transformative potential of energy data analytics in new book on digital decarbonization

This week the Council on Foreign Relations released Digital Decarbonization, an anthology of 13 experts’ perspectives on how the unfolding of the digital revolution could help to drive a transition toward clean energy. The volume, edited by Varun Sivaram, includes an article by Duke University researcher Dr. Kyle Bradbury, who outlines the transformative potential of the emerging field of energy data analytics.

Bradbury was among more than 40 energy experts convened by the Council on Foreign Relations at a February 2018 workshop supported by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.  

Bradbury is managing director of Duke University’s Energy Data Analytics LabExperts affiliated with the lab—including engineers, data scientists, and social scientists—are positioning Duke University as an international leader in the emerging area of energy data analytics.

Read a summary of Bradbury's piece.
Take me straight to the book, where I'll page down to p. 73.

Interested in supporting or partnering with the Energy Data Analytics Lab? Contact Kyle Bradbury.