Jordan Macknick
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Operational water consumption and withdrawal factors for electricity generating technologies: a review of existing literature
J Macknick, R Newmark, G Heath, KC Hallett
Environmental Research Letters 7 (4), 045802, 2012
Agrivoltaics provide mutual benefits across the food–energy–water nexus in drylands
GA Barron-Gafford, MA Pavao-Zuckerman, RL Minor, LF Sutter, ...
Nature Sustainability 2 (9), 848-855, 2019
Life cycle water use for electricity generation: a review and harmonization of literature estimates
J Meldrum, S Nettles-Anderson, G Heath, J Macknick
Environmental Research Letters 8 (1), 015031, 2013
A Review of Operational Water Consumption and Withdrawal Factors for Electricity Generating Technologies (Golden, CO: National Renewable Energy Laboratory)
J Macknick, R Newmark, G Heath, KC Hallett
NREL/TP-6A20-50900. doi: 10.1088/1748-9326/7/4/045802, 2011
Freshwater use by US power plants: Electricity’s thirst for a precious resource
K Averyt
Union of Concerned Scientists, 2011
Renewable energy in the context of sustainable development
J Sathaye, O Lucon, A Rahman, J Christensen, F Denton, J Fujino, ...
Cambridge University Press, 2011
Techno–ecological synergies of solar energy for global sustainability
RR Hernandez, A Armstrong, J Burney, G Ryan, K Moore-O’Leary, ...
Nature Sustainability 2 (7), 560-568, 2019
The water implications of generating electricity: water use across the United States based on different electricity pathways through 2050
J Macknick, S Sattler, K Averyt, S Clemmer, J Rogers
Environmental Research Letters 7 (4), 045803, 2012
Colocation opportunities for large solar infrastructures and agriculture in drylands
S Ravi, J Macknick, D Lobell, C Field, K Ganesan, R Jain, M Elchinger, ...
Applied Energy 165, 383-392, 2016
A retrospective analysis of benefits and impacts of US renewable portfolio standards
G Barbose, R Wiser, J Heeter, T Mai, L Bird, M Bolinger, A Carpenter, ...
Energy Policy 96, 645-660, 2016
Climate and water resource change impacts and adaptation potential for US power supply
A Miara, JE Macknick, CJ Vörösmarty, VC Tidwell, R Newmark, B Fekete
Nature Climate Change 7 (11), 793-798, 2017
Implications of high renewable electricity penetration in the US for water use, greenhouse gas emissions, land-use, and materials supply
D Arent, J Pless, T Mai, R Wiser, M Hand, S Baldwin, G Heath, J Macknick, ...
Applied Energy 123, 368-377, 2014
Floating photovoltaic systems: assessing the technical potential of photovoltaic systems on man-made water bodies in the continental United States
RS Spencer, J Macknick, A Aznar, A Warren, MO Reese
Environmental science & technology 53 (3), 1680-1689, 2018
Water use for electricity in the United States: An analysis of reported and calculated water use information for 2008
K Averyt, J Macknick, J Rogers, N Madden, J Fisher, J Meldrum, ...
Environmental Research Letters 8 (1), 015001, 2013
The environmental and public health benefits of achieving high penetrations of solar energy in the United States
R Wiser, D Millstein, T Mai, J Macknick, A Carpenter, S Cohen, W Cole, ...
Energy 113, 472-486, 2016
A review of the potential impacts of climate change on bulk power system planning and operations in the United States
MT Craig, S Cohen, J Macknick, C Draxl, OJ Guerra, M Sengupta, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 98, 255-267, 2018
US energy sector vulnerabilities to climate change and extreme weather
C Zamuda, B Mignone, D Bilello, KC Hallett, C Lee, J Macknick, ...
US Department of Energy, https://energy. gov/sites/prod/files/2013/07/f2 …, 2013
Modeling low-carbon US electricity futures to explore impacts on national and regional water use
S Clemmer, J Rogers, S Sattler, J Macknick, T Mai
Environmental Research Letters 8 (1), 015004, 2013
Energy and CO2 emission data uncertainties
J Macknick
Carbon Management 2 (2), 189-205, 2011
Examining the potential for agricultural benefits from pollinator habitat at solar facilities in the United States
LJ Walston, SK Mishra, HM Hartmann, I Hlohowskyj, J McCall, J Macknick
Environmental Science & Technology 52 (13), 7566-7576, 2018
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