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Modelling Take-Up of Residential Solar PV in the UK

Sophie Heald, Cambridge Econometrics In February 2016, the solar PV tariff rate in the UK was reduced from 12.47 p/kWh to 4.39 p/kWh. Since that date, growth i...

Renewable energy deployment and costs in the UK: spatial analysis taking into account policy, social and environmental land use constraints

Ms Marianne  Zeyringer, UCL Energy Institute, United Kingdom Dr Dennis Konadu, UCL Energy Institute,United Kingdom Dr James Price, UCL Energy Institut...

How Can the North Sea Oil and Gas Industry be Revived?

Prof Alex  Kemp, Univerity of Aberdeen, United Kingdom Ms Linda Stephen, Univerity of Aberdeen, United Kingdom The collapse in oil prices has resulted ...

The energy ladder: A model for projecting energy demand

Dr Tashi  Erdmann, Shell Global Solutions International Mr Martin Haigh, Shell International Shell’s scenarios team develops long-term scenarios to ex...

Effects of the proposed EU ETS Market Stability Reserve

Mr Adam Whitmore, Rio Tinto Paolo Agnolucci, University College London Phoebe Lewis, University College London There is currently a surplus of about 2 billio...

Modeling Shocks in the Upstream Sector of the Oil and Gas Industry

Mr Gerhard Toews, University of Oxford More than 80 years ago Hoteling (1931) provided the economic profession with a way to think about the optimal extracti...

How peaking of exergy efficiency may lead to rising energy demand in OECD countries and an underestimate of non-OECD energy consumption growth

Paul Brockway, University of Leeds Timothy Foxon, University of Leeds Julia Steinberger, University of Leeds John Barrett, University of Leeds  ...

Statistical techniques for exploring trends in emissions and energy consumption in developed and developing countries

Mr Robin Smale, Vivid Economics Robin Smale, Vivid Economics Thomas Kansy, Vivid Economics   This paper applies statistical techniques and disc...

Searching for the Green Paradox

Dr Christophe McGlade, UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources   The green paradox suggests that some policies aimed at reducing greenhouse gas (GHG)...

Political Shocks and Efficient Investment in Electricity Markets

Professor Felix Muesgens, Brandenburg University of Technology Investment decisions in electricity markets are driven by different factors: (expectations of) f...

Macroeconomic costs and benefits for the EU as a first mover in climate change mitigation: a computable general equilibrium analysis

Professor Pantelis Capros, National Technical University of Athens The paper uses the GEM-E3 global computable general equilibrium model to analyse the costs a...

The path to 2050: strategic insights from modelling the UK energy system

Mr George Day, Energy Technologies Institute The Energy Technologies Institute, a public private partnership between global industries and the UK Government, h...
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