Energy Research at the University of Washington

Hendrik Wolff

Energy Research Area: Impacts of Climate Change, Evaluation of Energy Conservation Policies, Daylight Saving Time

Assistant Professor

Currently I am working on the economics of climate change working at the intersection of energy, climate change, air pollution and traffic policies. I also study the economics of traffic policies to reduce the health impacts of air pollution. I wrote my PhD thesis on the econometric modeling of energy demand and I published a widely cited paper on using "Daylight Saving Time" as a tool for energy conservation.

Record last updated on September 21st 2011 PDT.