Willett Kempton
Willett Kempton
Delaware, princeton, Danish Technical University, berkeley, michigan state
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Vehicle-to-grid power fundamentals: Calculating capacity and net revenue
W Kempton, J Tomić
Journal of power sources 144 (1), 268-279, 2005
Vehicle-to-grid power implementation: From stabilizing the grid to supporting large-scale renewable energy
W Kempton, J Tomić
Journal of power sources 144 (1), 280-294, 2005
Environmental values in American culture
W Kempton, JS Boster, JA Hartley
mit Press, 1996
What is the Sapir‐Whorf hypothesis?
P Kay, W Kempton
American anthropologist 86 (1), 65-79, 1984
Using fleets of electric-drive vehicles for grid support
J Tomić, W Kempton
Journal of power sources 168 (2), 459-468, 2007
Integration of renewable energy into the transport and electricity sectors through V2G
H Lund, W Kempton
Energy policy 36 (9), 3578-3587, 2008
Willingness to pay for electric vehicles and their attributes
MK Hidrue, GR Parsons, W Kempton, MP Gardner
Resource and energy economics 33 (3), 686-705, 2011
Electric vehicles as a new power source for electric utilities
W Kempton, SE Letendre
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 2 (3), 157-175, 1997
Electric vehicles: How much range is required for a day’s driving?
NS Pearre, W Kempton, RL Guensler, VV Elango
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 19 (6), 1171-1184, 2011
Cost-minimized combinations of wind power, solar power and electrochemical storage, powering the grid up to 99.9% of the time
C Budischak, DA Sewell, H Thomson, L Mach, DE Veron, W Kempton
journal of power sources 225, 60-74, 2013
Global environmentalism: a challenge to the postmaterialism thesis?
SR Brechin, W Kempton
Social science quarterly 75 (2), 245-269, 1994
A test of vehicle-to-grid (V2G) for energy storage and frequency regulation in the PJM system
W Kempton, V Udo, K Huber, K Komara, S Letendre, S Baker, D Brunner, ...
Results from an Industry-University Research Partnership 32 (2008), 1-32, 2008
Vehicle-to-grid power: battery, hybrid, and fuel cell vehicles as resources for distributed electric power in California
W Kempton, J Tomic, S Letendre, A Brooks, T Lipman
Public opinion about large offshore wind power: Underlying factors
J Firestone, W Kempton
Energy policy 35 (3), 1584-1598, 2007
Two theories of home heat control
W Kempton
Cognitive science 10 (1), 75-90, 1986
Lay perspectives on global climate change
W Kempton
Global environmental change 1 (3), 183-208, 1991
Folk quantification of energy
W Kempton, L Montgomery
Energy 7 (10), 817-827, 1982
Electric-drive vehicles for peak power in Japan
W Kempton, T Kubo
Energy policy 28 (1), 9-18, 2000
System and method for assessing vehicle to grid (v2g) integration
W Kempton
US Patent App. 11/742,882, 2007
The offshore wind power debate: views from Cape Cod
W Kempton, J Firestone, J Lilley, T Rouleau, P Whitaker
Coastal management 33 (2), 119-149, 2005
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