Publications: Air Conditioners
Shah, Nihar, and UNEP TEAP."Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Report of the Technology and Economic Assessment Panel, Vol. 3, Decision XXXIII/5." 3 (2022).
Jacob, Tabeel A., Nihar Shah, and Won Young Park."Evaluation of hybrid evaporative-vapor compression air conditioners for different global climates."Energy Conversion and Management 249 (2021). DOI
Park, Won Young, Nihar Shah, Edward L. Vine, Patrick Blake, Brian Holuj, James Hyungkwan Kim, and Dae Hoon Kim."Ensuring the climate benefits of the Montreal Protocol: Global governance architecture for cooling efficiency and alternative refrigerants."Energy Research & Social Science Volume 76 (2021). DOI
Park, Won Young, Nihar Shah, Virginie E. Letschert, and Patrick Blake."Harmonizing Energy-Efficiency Standards for Room Air Conditioners in Southeast Asia." (2021).
Shah, Nihar, EE Task Force, and UNEP TEAP."Montreal protocol on substances that deplete the ozone layer report of the technology and economic assesment panel volume 4: decision XXXI/7 - continued provision of information on energy-efficient and low-global-warming-potential technologies.." (2021).
Park, Won Young, Nihar Shah, Patrick Blake, and Madeleine Edl."Technical Note on Quality and Performance Metrics of Cooling Products for East African Community (EAC) and Southern African Development Community (SADC)." (2021).
Shah, Nihar, Won Young Park, and Chao Ding."Trends in best-in-class energy-efficient technologies for room air conditioners."Energy Reports 7 (2021) 3162 - 3170. DOI
Purohit, Pallav, Lena Höglund-Isaksson, John Dulac, Nihar Shah, Max Wei, Peter Rafaj, and Wolfgang Schöpp."Electricity savings and greenhouse gas emission reductions from global phase-down of hydrofluorocarbons."Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 20.19 (2020) 11305 - 11327. DOI
Smith, Sarah Josephine, Max Wei, and Michael D. Sohn."A retrospective analysis of compact fluorescent lamp experience curves and their correlations to deployment programs."Energy Policy 98 (2016) 505 - 512. DOI