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Incentivising households to reduce electricity consumption: A meta-analysis of the experimental evidence

Penelope Buckley, Université Grenoble Alpes With the increasing demand for electricity, the phasing out of what were once guaranteed sources of energy supply,...

EU Retail Electricity Markets in Transition: The Quest for Adequate Design

Luis Boscan;University of Southern Denmark (SDU) After a gradual process of reforms, retail electricity markets in Europe are well-established. In parallel, th...

Technological change and innovation in UK energy market – how might it be impacted by the price cap?

Philip O'Donnell; Which? Background With the publication of the Domestic Gas & Electricity (Tariff Cap) Bill, the UK Government is committed to introduc...

What do future utilities need: consent and dissent from incumbents and policy makers in decision theatres

Dr Christoph Mazur, Imperial College   Overview and relevance We are currently examining the opportunities for new and incumbent electricity utili...

An empirical exploration into the role of phase-out policies for low-carbon energy transitions: the case of the German Energiewende

Dr Karoline  Rogge, University of Sussex The energy sector plays a significant role in reaching the ambitious climate policy target of limiting the global t...

Optimal Storage Investment and Management under Uncertainty – It is costly to avoid outages!

Mr Joachim  Geske, Imperial College, London, United Kingdom Prof Richard Green, Imperial College Business School, United Kingdom Overview: Storage has ...

How disruptive could storage be?

Dr Philipp Grunewald, EPSRC Fellow. ECI, University of Oxford Electricity storage has long been argued to be highly valuable to future low carbon energy s...

Peak demand, price elasticity and intrinsic flexibility from time use activities

Dr Jacopo  Torriti, University of Reading, United Kingdom Peaks in electricity demand bring about significantly negative environmental and economic impac...

Energy Barometer 2016

Deane Somerville, Knowledge Team Manager, Energy Institute The 2016 Energy Barometer Report captures insights from UK energy professionals and enables them to ...

Innovation incentive for regulated network industries

Dr Rahmat  Poudineh, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, United Kingdom Mr Seyed Reza Mirnezami, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, United Kingdom ...

The impact of tightening margins on plant availability

Dr Amy  O'Mahoney, Ofgem, United Kingdom  Mr Kristian Marr, Ofgem,United Kingdom  Shashi van de Graaff, Ofgem, United Kingdom  Mr David Hall,  ...

Risk premia in electricity spot markets – New empirical evidence for Germany and Austria

Mr Niyaz  Valitov, University of Wuppertal, Germany The process of liberalization in Europe and the growth of electricity from renewable energy sources led...
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