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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...

Financing the UK Power Sector: is the Money Available?

 Dr Rob Gross, Imperial College, London Dr William Blyth, Imperial College The electricity sector needs to renew its ageing generation fleet, and shift towar...

Electrification of heating: the role of heat pumps

Dr Tina Fawcett, Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford Russell Layberry, Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford Nick Eyre, Enviro...

Envisioning Smarter Power Futures: UK Smart Grid Scenarios

Dr Peter Connor, University of Exeter, Tom Watson, University of Westminster, Nazmiye Balta-Ozkan, University of Westminster, Colin Axon, Brunel University, Lor...

Liberalisation vs. Decarbonisation: The Effects of EU Renewables and Internal Electricity Market Policies on the Evolution of Fuel mixes and market concentration rates

Dr Frederik Dahlmann, University of Warwick Johan Lindeque, Amsterdam Business School Ans Kolk, Amsterdam Business School Overview The European electricity ...

On the market prospects of long-term electricity shortages

Dr Amela Ajanovic, Vienna University of Technology Reinhard Haas, Vienna University of Technology Overview. The European Commission has set ambitious targets ...

The Effects of an Ambitious Danish Energy Policy

Professor Eirik S. Amundsen,University of Bergen, Norway, University of Copenhagen/ Danish Economic Councils As for other EU-countries, Denmark is required to ...

Modelling the Impact of Market Imperfections on Farm Household Investment in Stand-Alone Solar PV

Professor Euan Phimister, University of Aberdeen Euan Phimister, University of Aberdeen Yakubu Abdul-Salam, University of Aberdeen Overview According to the...

Demand-Side Management Policy: Failure and Transferability

Mr Peter Warren, UCL Energy Institute Overview: Demand-side management (DSM) policy includes both energy efficiency and demand response and is becoming increa...

Integrating the Social Cost of Power Outages into Reliability Planning

Mr Nelson Jr Enano, IEPI, UCL Australia, University College London Michel Berthelemy, IEPI, UCL Australia, University College London Tony Owen, IEPI, UCL Aust...

Financing Networks in Electricity Sector and Market Liberalisation in South-East Asia

Tue Anh Nguyen, University of Greenwich Overview - Sector liberalization, and the development of renewable energy, have been two of the major policy themes...

Germany´s energy transition and its effect on European electricity spot markets

Mrs Melanie Houllier, Cass Business School, City University London This paper empirically examines the economic impact of electricity generated by renewable en...
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