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The TIAM-UCL Global Energy Systems Model: Critical Comparison of UK and Global Climate Decarbonisation Trajectories

Mr William Usher, Energy Institute, University College London Given the limited progress achieved at COP 15 in Copenhagen, UK based policy makers and internati...

Governing Energy Networks For a Low Carbon Economy

Mr Ronan Bolton, University of Leeds Achieving medium and long term carbon emissions reduction targets will necessitate a radical shift in the way electricity ...

Bridging the gap – Market interventions for commercial marine energy deployments

Mr Philip Thies, University of Exeter, 22/09/12 In the UK as much as 17% of the electricity demand (58 TWh/a out of 340 TWh/a) could be provided by wave energ...

The Likely Impact of Mechanism Change on Renewables Targets in the UK: The Reform of the RO and the Introduction of Feed-in Tariffs to the Policy Landscape

Geoffrey Wood , C EP M L P, University of Dundee Although the United Kingdom has had a specific delivery programme for RES-E since 1990, the NFFO and RO, the ...

Can UK Electricity Markets Deliver A Low Carbon Future?

Dr John Rhys, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies The UK electricity market was designed to satisfy the technical requirement to supply a non-storable commodit...

Energy-capital substitution and the rebound effect

Mr Steve Sorrell, Sussex Energy Group, SPRU, University of Sussex  A long-standing controversy within energy economics is whether energy and capital may be ...

To what extent can non-price/income instruments influence the demand for energy?: A longitudinal state-space analysis of the UEDT from a panel of 17 OECD countries.

Mr David Broadstock, Surrey Energy Economics Centre   The demand for energy is not simply a function of price and income, but can be shown in many cases to ...

High Energy Prices and the World Economy

Christopher Allsopp, Oxford Energy Institute The relationship between energy prices and the world economy is examined. World growth has been strong and benign ...
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