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This list includes NREL publications released from Oct. 1 to Dec. 31, 2022. It is updated quarterly and based on publication downloads. Visit the research program sites for recent publications by topic.
U.S. Offshore Wind Workforce Assessment, NREL Technical Report (2022)
Hydrogen Blending into Natural Gas Pipeline Infrastructure: Review of the State of Technology, NREL Technical Report (2022)
Fall 2022 Solar Industry Update, NREL Presentation (2022)
2022 Standard Scenarios Report: A U.S. Electricity Sector Outlook, NREL Technical Report (2022)
U.S. Hydropower Workforce: Challenges and Opportunities, NREL Technical Report (2022)
Defining the Wind Energy Workforce Gap, NREL Technical Report (2022)
Vehicle and Mobility Technologies 2022 Annual Impact Report, NREL Management Report (2022)
Distribution Capacity Expansion Planning: Current Practice, Opportunities, and Decision Support, NREL Technical Report (2022)
Exploring New Ways To Classify Industries for Energy Analysis and Modeling, NREL Technical Report (2022)
Quantifying Impacts of Renewable Electricity Deployment on Air Quality and Human Health in Southeast Asia Based on Aims III Scenarios , NREL Technical Report (2022)
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