Liqun Peng

Peng is in the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs’ Science, Technology and Environmental Policy program. Her research focuses on potential co-benefits for air quality, health and climate of low carbon technologies in transport and power sector, such as electrification of vehicle fleets, energy storage with increased penetration of renewable energy and vehicle-to-grid technology. She is applying an energy modeling to analyze the value of energy storage technologies to reduce renewable energy curtailment and mitigate air pollutant as well as CO2 emissions.