Meredith Fowlie

Meredith Fowlie

Title
Professor
Department
Dept of Agricultural & Resource Economics
Phone
(510) 642-4820
Research Expertise and Interest
energy markets, climate change mitigation, climate change adaptation, air pollution
Research Description

Fowlie does research at the intersection of energy and environmental economics. She is particularly interested in understanding how markets and policy can be designed to accelerate meaningful and equitable climate change mitigation and adaptation. 

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June 24, 2015

Putting Energy Savings Programs to the Test

Philomathia Innovation Seed Fund recipients Catherine Wolfram and Meredith Fowlie carried out a rigorous study that found surprisingly low savings relative to costs in part of a nationwide effort to improve home energy-efficiency.

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June 24, 2015

Putting Energy Savings Programs to the Test

Philomathia Innovation Seed Fund recipients Catherine Wolfram and Meredith Fowlie carried out a rigorous study that found surprisingly low savings relative to costs in part of a nationwide effort to improve home energy-efficiency.

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Please note: The views and opinions expressed in these articles are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or positions of UC Berkeley.
March 15, 2021
Laurence du Sault
California's electricity prices are among the highest in the country, new research says, and those costs are falling disproportionately on a customer base that's already struggling to pay their bills. PG&E customers pay about 80% more per kilowatt-hour than the national average, according to a study by the energy institute at UC Berkeley's Haas Business School with the nonprofit think tank Next 10. "California's retail prices are out of line with utilities across the country," said UC Berkeley assistant professor and study co-author Meredith Fowlie, citing Hawaii and some New England states among the outliers with even higher rates. "And they're increasing."
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