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Zhou, Nan, Wei Feng, Nina Khanna, Lixuan Hong, David Fridley, and Ellen M Franconi. "Transformative Pathway for Chinese Buildings by 2050." European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ECEEE) Summer Study on Energy Efficiency, June 1-6, 2015. 2015.
Wang, Ran, Shilei Lu, Wei Feng, and Bowen Xu. "Tradeoff between heating energy demand in winter and indoor overheating risk in summer constrained by building standards." Building Simulation (2020).
Liu, Ping, Wei Feng, Chris Marnay, Spencer M Dutton, Ming Jin, Lingwei Zheng, and Nan Zhou. "Towards the Optimal Development of Low-Carbon Community Energy Systems." 2016 ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings 2016.
Huo, Tengfei, Hong Ren, Weiguang Cai, Wei Feng, Miaohan Tang, and Nan Zhou. "The total-factor energy productivity growth of China’s construction industry: evidence from the regional level." Natural Hazards 92.3 (2018) 1593 - 1616.
Wang, Ran, Shilei Lu, and Wei Feng. "A three-stage optimization methodology for envelope design of passive house considering energy demand, thermal comfort and cost." Energy 192 (2020) 116723.
DeForest, Nicholas, Gonçalo Mendes, Michael Stadler, Wei Feng, Judy Lai, and Chris Marnay. "Thermal Energy Storage for Electricity Peak-demand Mitigation: A Solution in Developing and Developed World Alike." ECEEE 2013 Summer Study 3–8 June 2013, Belambra Les Criques, France 2013. LBNL-6308E.
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Wang, Ran, Shilei Lu, Wei Feng, Xue Zhai, and Xinhua Li. "Sustainable framework for buildings in cold regions of China considering life cycle cost and environmental impact as well as thermal comfort." Energy Reports 6 (2020) 3036 - 3050.
Diamond, Richard C, and Wei Feng. Sustainability by Design: How One Building in China Could Change the World. Berkeley, CA: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 2014.
Mashayekh, Salman, Wei Feng, Chris Marnay, C. Birk Jones, Matthew Robinson, Hans Barsun, Leila Ghanbari, and Andrea A Mammoli. "Software-as-a-Service Optimal Scheduling of New Mexico Buildings." European Council on an Energy Efficient Economy 2015 Summer Study. 2015. LBNL-1001209.
Gerber, Daniel L, Vagelis Vossos, Wei Feng, Aditya Khandekar, Chris Marnay, and Bruce Nordman. "A simulation-based efficiency comparison of AC and DC power distribution networks in commercial buildings." Second International Conference on DC Microgrids. 2017.
Gerber, Daniel L, Vagelis Vossos, Wei Feng, Chris Marnay, Bruce Nordman, and Richard E Brown. "A simulation-based efficiency comparison of AC and DC power distribution networks in commercial buildings." Applied Energy 210 (2018) 1167-1187. LBNL-2001160.
Zhang, Shicong, Wei Xu, Ke Wang, Wei Feng, Andreas Athienitis, Ge Hua, Masaya Okumiya, Gyuyoung Yoon, Dong woo Cho, Usha Iyer-Raniga, Edward Mazria, and Yanjie Lyu. "Scenarios of energy reduction potential of zero energy building promotion in the Asia-Pacific region to year 2050." Energy 213 (2020) 118792.
Zhou, Nan, Nina Khanna, Wei Feng, Jing Ke, and Mark D Levine. "Scenarios of energy efficiency and CO2 emissions reduction potential in the buildings sector in China to year 2050." Nature Energy (2018).
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Zhang, Bingying, Qiqiang Li, Luhao Wang, and Wei Feng. "Robust optimization for energy transactions in multi-microgrids under uncertainty." Applied Energy 217 (2018) 346 - 360.
Dai, Xuemei, Yaping Li, Kaifeng Zhang, and Wei Feng. "A robust offering strategy for wind producers considering uncertainties of demand response and wind power." Applied Energy 279 (2020) 115742.
Zhou, Nan, Lynn K Price, Dai Yande, Jon Creyts, Nina Khanna, David Fridley, Hongyou Lu, Wei Feng, Xu Liu, Ali Hasanbeigi, Zhiyu Tian, Hongwei Yang, Quan Bai, Yuezhong Zhu, Huawen Xiong, Jianguo Zhang, Kate Chrisman, Josh Agenbroad, Yi Ke, Robert McIntosh, David Mullaney, Clay Stranger, Eric Wanless, Daniel Wetzel, Cyril Yee, and Ellen Franconi. "A roadmap for China to peak carbon dioxide emissions and achieve a 20% share of non-fossil fuels in primary energy by 2030." Applied Energy 239 (2019) 793 - 819.
Liu, Xu, Chris Marnay, Wei Feng, Nan Zhou, and Nihan Karali. A Review of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Smart Grid Projects and Their Implications for China. 2017. LBNL-1007122.
Feng, Wei, Qianning Zhang, Hui Ji, Ran Wang, Nan Zhou, Qing Ye, Bin Hao, Yutong Li, Duo Luo, and Stephen SiuYu Lau. "A review of net zero energy buildings in hot and humid climates: Experience learned from 34 case study buildings." Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 114 (2019) 109303.
Feng, Wei, Qianning Zhang, Hui Ji, Ran Wang, Nan Zhou, Qing Ye, Bin Hao, Yutong Li, Duo Luo, and Stephen SiuYu Lau. "A review of net zero energy buildings in hot and humid climates: Experience learned from 34 case study buildings." Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 114 (2019) 109303.
Feng, Wei, Qianning Zhang, Hui Ji, Ran Wang, Nan Zhou, Qing Ye, Bin Hao, Yutong Li, Duo Luo, and Stephen SiuYu Lau. "A review of net zero energy buildings in hot and humid climates: Experience learned from 34 case study buildings." Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 114 (2019) 109303.
Feng, Wei, Ming Jin, Xu Liu, Yi Bao, Chris Marnay, Cheng Yao, and JianCheng Yu. "A Review of Microgrid Development in the United States – a Decade of Progress on Policies, Demonstrations, Controls, and Software Tools." Applied Energy 228 (2018) 1656 - 1668.
Levine, Mark D, Wei Feng, Jing Ke, Tianzhen Hong, and Nan Zhou. "A Retrofit Tool for Improving Energy Efficiency of Commercial Buildings." ACEEE 2012 Summer Study. Asilomar, CA, 2012. LBNL-6553E.
Guo, Zun, Gengyin Li, Ming Zhou, and Wei Feng. "Resilient Configuration Approach of Integrated Community Energy System Considering Integrated Demand Response Under Uncertainty." IEEE Access 7 (2019) 87513 - 87533.
Liu, Junwei, Zhihua Zhou, Debao Zhang, Shifei Jiao, Ji Zhang, Feng Gao, Jihong Ling, Wei Feng, and Jian Zuo. "Research on the performance of radiative cooling and solar heating coupling module to direct control indoor temperature." Energy Conversion and Management 205 (2020) 112395.

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