Jessica Jewell

Assistant Professor at Physical Resource Theory

Jessica Jewell is an Associate Professor in Energy Transitions at the Department of Space, Earth and Environment at Chalmers University and a Professor at the Centre for Climate and Energy Transformation at the University of Bergen. Her research focuses on the feasibility of climate action and quantifying the dynamics and mechanisms of energy transitions using a variety of disciplinary approaches and methods. She is a recipient of a European Research Council's Starting Grant as well as the Principal Investigator of a project funded by the Norwegian Research Council and a leader of work packages in collaborative research projects supported by European and Swedish funding agencies.

Dr. Jewell is also a Guest Research Scholar at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) and a Senior Fellow at the Breakthrough Institute as well as a member of several editorial boards including Energy Research and Social Science, Oxford Open Energy, and the Routledge series on Energy Transitions. She was a contributing author in the IPCC 5th assessment report, a lead author in the Global Energy Assessment and in a report for the UN Secretary General on the Sustainable Energy for All Initiative. She also led the development of the International Energy Agency's (IEA) model of short-term energy security. Previously, she worked at IIASA in Vienna and the IEA in Paris.

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Showing 11 publications

2021

National growth dynamics of wind and solar power compared to the growth required for global climate targets

Aleh Cherp, Vadim Vinichenko, Jale Tosun et al
Nature Energy. Vol. 6 (7), p. 742-754
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2021

Failing the formative phase: The global diffusion of nuclear power is limited by national markets

Elina Brutschin, Aleh Cherp, Jessica Jewell
Energy Research and Social Science. Vol. 80
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2021

Historical precedents and feasibility of rapid coal and gas decline required for the 1.5°C target

Vadim Vinichenko, Aleh Cherp, Jessica Jewell
One Earth. Vol. 4 (10), p. 1477-1490
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2021

Liquefied natural gas expansion plans in Germany: The risk of gas lock-in under energy transitions

Hanna Brauers, Isabell Braunger, Jessica Jewell
Energy Research and Social Science. Vol. 76
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2021

Meeting well-below 2°C target would increase energy sector jobs globally

Sandeep Pai, Johannes Emmerling, Laurent Drouet et al
One Earth. Vol. 4 (7), p. 1026-1036
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2020

Covid-19 and the politics of sustainable energy transitions

Caroline Kuzemko, Michael Bradshaw, Gavin Bridge et al
Energy Research and Social Science. Vol. 68
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2020

Solar has greater techno-economic resource suitability than wind for replacing coal mining jobs

Sandeep Pai, Hisham Zerriffi, Jessica Jewell et al
Environmental Research Letters. Vol. 15 (3)
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2020

Reply to: Why fossil fuel producer subsidies matter

Jessica Jewell, Johannes Emmerling, Vadim Vinichenko et al
Nature. Vol. 578 (7793), p. E5-E7
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2019

Prospects of powering past coal

Jessica Jewell, Vadim Vinichenko, Lola Nacke et al
Nature Climate Change. Vol. 9, p. 592-597
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2019

Debating the bedrock of climate-change mitigation scenarios

Kevin Anderson, Jessica Jewell
Nature. Vol. 573, p. 348-349
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2017–2021

Analyzing past and future energy industry contractions: Towards a better understanding of the flip-side of energy transitions

Jessica Jewell Physical Resource Theory
The research council of Norway

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