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Volume 41, issue C, 2012

Measuring global gasoline and diesel price and income elasticities pp. 2-13 Downloads
Carol Dahl
Rebound 2007: Analysis of U.S. light-duty vehicle travel statistics pp. 14-28 Downloads
David L. Greene
Modifying the rebound: It depends! Explaining mobility behavior on the basis of the German socio-economic panel pp. 29-35 Downloads
Wenzel Matiaske, Roland Menges and Martin Spiess
The role of efficiency improvements vs. price effects for modeling passenger car transport demand and energy demand—Lessons from European countries pp. 36-46 Downloads
Amela Ajanovic and Reinhard Haas
Interdependencies between transport fuel demand, efficiency and quality: An application to Austria pp. 47-58 Downloads
Roland Goerlich and Franz Wirl
Is the price effect on fuel consumption symmetric? Some evidence from an empirical study pp. 59-65 Downloads
Elodie Sentenac-Chemin
Scenarios for regional passenger car fleets and their CO2 emissions pp. 66-74 Downloads
Ina Meyer, Serguei Kaniovski and Jürgen Scheffran
Distributional effects of taxing transport fuel pp. 75-83 Downloads
Thomas Sterner
Decoupling of road freight energy use from economic growth in the United Kingdom pp. 84-97 Downloads
Steve Sorrell, Markku Lehtonen, Lee Stapleton, Javier Pujol and Toby Champion,
The prospect for modal shifts in passenger transport worldwide and impacts on energy use and CO2 pp. 98-106 Downloads
Francois Cuenot, Lew Fulton and John Staub
The UK transport carbon model: An integrated life cycle approach to explore low carbon futures pp. 107-124 Downloads
Christian Brand, Martino Tran and Jillian Anable
Modelling transport energy demand: A socio-technical approach pp. 125-138 Downloads
Jillian Anable, Christian Brand, Martino Tran and Nick Eyre
The dynamic efficiency of feed-in tariffs: The impact of different design elements pp. 139-151 Downloads
Pablo del Río
Does the use of nuclear power lead to lower electricity prices? An analysis of the debate in Germany with an international perspective pp. 152-160 Downloads
Uwe Nestle
The impact of ownership on price-setting in retail-energy markets—The German case pp. 161-172 Downloads
Vigen Nikogosian and Tobias Veith
A multi-period superstructure optimisation model for the optimal planning of China's power sector considering carbon dioxide mitigation pp. 173-183 Downloads
Dongjie Zhang, Linwei Ma, Pei Liu, Lili Zhang and Zheng Li
CSP electricity cost evolution and grid parities based on the IEA roadmaps pp. 184-192 Downloads
J. Hernández-Moro and J.M. Martínez-Duart
The impact of ethanol production on food prices: The role of interplay between the U.S. and Brazil pp. 193-199 Downloads
Nathalia Monteiro, Ira Altman and Sajal Lahiri
Europe’s climate goals and the electricity sector pp. 200-211 Downloads
Gunnar Eskeland, Nathan A. Rive and Torben Mideksa
Regulatory design for RES-E support mechanisms: Learning curves, market structure, and burden-sharing pp. 212-220 Downloads
C. Batlle, I.J. Pérez-Arriaga and P. Zambrano-Barragán
Fleet operator risks for using fleets for V2G regulation pp. 221-231 Downloads
Davion M. Hill, Arun S. Agarwal and Francois Ayello
The uniqueness of the energy security, justice, and governance problem pp. 232-240 Downloads
Andreas Goldthau and Benjamin K. Sovacool
The diffusion of solar energy use in HK: What are the barriers? pp. 241-249 Downloads
Xiaoling Zhang, Liyin Shen and Sum Yee Chan
Living with a carbon allowance: The experiences of Carbon Rationing Action Groups and implications for policy pp. 250-258 Downloads
Rachel A. Howell
Is “smart charging” policy for electric vehicles worthwhile? pp. 259-268 Downloads
Thomas Lyon, Mark Michelin, Arie Jongejan and Thomas Leahy
Estimating spillover benefits of large R&D projects: Application of real options modelling approach to the case of thermonuclear fusion R&D programme pp. 269-279 Downloads
Denis Bednyagin and Edgard Gnansounou
A modified Cournot model of the natural gas market in the European Union: Mixed-motives delegation in a politicized environment pp. 280-285 Downloads
Mathijs Jansen, Arie van Lier, Arjen van Witteloostuijn and Tim Boon von Ochssée
Least-cost network evaluation of centralized and decentralized contributions to global electrification pp. 286-302 Downloads
Todd Levin and Valerie M. Thomas
Municipal scale scenario: Analysis of an Italian seaside town with MarkAL-TIMES pp. 303-315 Downloads
G. Comodi, L. Cioccolanti and M. Gargiulo
Environmental implications of electricity generation in an integrated long-term planning framework pp. 316-332 Downloads
Graham M. Turner and James West
Economic feasibility of hydrogen enrichment for reducing NOx emissions from landfill gas power generation alternatives: A comparison of the levelized cost of electricity with present strategies pp. 333-339 Downloads
Kurt Kornbluth, Jason Greenwood, Eddie Jordan, Zach McCaffrey and Paul A. Erickson
Nonrenewable energy cost of corn-ethanol in China pp. 340-347 Downloads
Q. Yang and G.Q. Chen
Status of advanced light-duty transportation technologies in the US pp. 348-364 Downloads
David Andress, Sujit Das, Fred Joseck and T. Dean Nguyen
Efficiency of crude oil markets: Evidences from informational entropy analysis pp. 365-373 Downloads
Alejandro Ortiz-Cruz, Eduardo Rodriguez, Carlos Ibarra-Valdez and Jose Alvarez-Ramirez
A Monte Carlo based decision-support tool for assessing generation portfolios in future carbon constrained electricity industries pp. 374-392 Downloads
Peerapat Vithayasrichareon and Iain F. MacGill
Study of the potential of low carbon energy development and its contribution to realize the reduction target of carbon intensity in China pp. 393-401 Downloads
Hong-qiang Li, Li-mao Wang, Lei Shen and Feng-nan Chen
Design incentives to increase vehicle size created from the U.S. footprint-based fuel economy standards pp. 402-411 Downloads
Kate S. Whitefoot and Steven J. Skerlos
The influence of a Renewable Energy Feed in Tariff on the decision to produce biomass crops in Ireland pp. 412-421 Downloads
Daragh Clancy, J.P. Breen, F. Thorne and M. Wallace
DEA radial measurement for environmental assessment and planning: Desirable procedures to evaluate fossil fuel power plants pp. 422-432 Downloads
Toshiyuki Sueyoshi and Mika Goto
Critical mid-term uncertainties in long-term decarbonisation pathways pp. 433-444 Downloads
Will Usher and Neil Strachan
Analysis of rural residential energy consumption and corresponding carbon emissions in China pp. 445-450 Downloads
Chunsheng Yao, Chongying Chen and Ming Li
Assessing the impact of framing on the comparative favourability of nuclear power as an electricity generating option in the UK pp. 451-465 Downloads
Christopher R. Jones, J. Richard Eiser and Tim R. Gamble
A review of the role and remit of the committee on climate change pp. 466-473 Downloads
Peter McGregor, John Swales and Matthew A. Winning
Estimates of China's national and regional transport sector CO2 emissions in 2007 pp. 474-483 Downloads
Bofeng Cai, Weishan Yang, Dong Cao, Lancui Liu, Ying Zhou and Zhansheng Zhang
Price projections of feedstocks for biofuels and biopower in the U.S pp. 484-493 Downloads
Matthew Langholtz, Robin Graham, Laurence Eaton, Robert Perlack, Chad Hellwinkel and Daniel De La Torre Ugarte
Energy R&D in private and state-owned utilities: An analysis of the major world electric companies pp. 494-506 Downloads
Alessandro Sterlacchini
Realising the potential of gasified biomass in the European Union—Policy challenges in moving from demonstration plants to a larger scale diffusion pp. 507-518 Downloads
Hans Hellsmark and Staffan Jacobsson
Energy and climate policy in China's twelfth five-year plan: A paradigm shift pp. 519-528 Downloads
Jun Li and Xin Wang
The role of energy in creating opportunities for income generation in the Indian Himalayas pp. 529-536 Downloads
Annemarije L. Kooijman-van Dijk
Life cycle analysis of energy supply infrastructure for conventional and electric vehicles pp. 537-547 Downloads
Alexandre Lucas, Carla Alexandra Silva and Rui Costa Neto
Assessing noise from wind farm developments in Ireland: A consideration of critical wind speeds and turbine choice pp. 548-560 Downloads
E.A. King, F. Pilla and J. Mahon
A global renewable mix with proven technologies and common materials pp. 561-574 Downloads
Antonio García-Olivares, Joaquim Ballabrera-Poy, Emili García-Ladona and Antonio Turiel
The effect of cassava-based bioethanol production on above-ground carbon stocks: A case study from Southern Mali pp. 575-583 Downloads
Laura Vang Rasmussen, Kjeld Rasmussen, Torben Birch-Thomsen, Søren B.P. Kristensen and Oumar Traoré
A roadmap towards a low-carbon society in Japan using backcasting methodology: Feasible pathways for achieving an 80% reduction in CO2 emissions by 2050 pp. 584-598 Downloads
Shuichi Ashina, Junichi Fujino, Toshihiko Masui, Tomoki Ehara and Go Hibino
Merging mobility and energy vision with hybrid electric vehicles and vehicle infrastructure integration pp. 599-609 Downloads
Yiming He, Mashrur Chowdhury, Yongchang Ma and Pierluigi Pisu
The implication for climate change and peak fossil fuel of the continuation of the current trend in wind and solar energy production pp. 610-617 Downloads
L. Mark W. Leggett and David A. Ball
Sustainable gasification–biochar systems? A case-study of rice-husk gasification in Cambodia, Part II: Field trial results, carbon abatement, economic assessment and conclusions pp. 618-623 Downloads
Simon Shackley, Sarah Carter, Tony Knowles, Erik Middelink, Stephan Haefele and Stuart Haszeldine
A review of building energy efficiency in China during “Eleventh Five-Year Plan” period pp. 624-635 Downloads
Xiangfei Kong, Shilei Lu and Yong Wu
Reducing automotive emissions—The potentials of combustion engine technologies and the power of policy pp. 636-643 Downloads
Christian Berggren and Thomas Magnusson
Residential energy consumption in urban China: A decomposition analysis pp. 644-653 Downloads
Xiaoli Zhao, Na Li and Chunbo Ma
Domestic energy use and householders' energy behaviour pp. 654-665 Downloads
Yigzaw Goshu Yohanis
Energy consumption and economic growth in China: A reconciliation pp. 666-675 Downloads
A. Talha Yalta and Hatice Cakar
Russian electricity market reform: Deregulation or re-regulation? pp. 676-685 Downloads
Olga Gore, Satu Viljainen, Mari Makkonen and Dmitry Kuleshov
Trade liberalization and tax reform strategies: The case of the Korean oil industry pp. 686-691 Downloads
Kieun Shim and Yonghun Jung
Offshore wind power in Sweden—A qualitative analysis of attitudes with particular focus on opponents pp. 692-702 Downloads
Åsa Waldo
Energy intensity and its determinants in China's regional economies pp. 703-711 Downloads
Yanrui Wu
Consumer preferences and willingness to pay for compact fluorescent lighting: Policy implications for energy efficiency promotion in Saint Lucia pp. 712-722 Downloads
Travis Reynolds, Jane Kolodinsky and Byron Murray
Heavy duty gas turbines in Iran, India and China: Do national energy policies drive the industries? pp. 723-732 Downloads
Mehdi Majidpour
Governance, technology, and equity: An integrated policy framework for energy efficient housing pp. 733-741 Downloads
Oleg Golubchikov and Paola Deda
A rethink of how policy and social science approach changing individuals' actions on greenhouse gas emissions pp. 742-747 Downloads
William Young and Lucie Middlemiss
Merchant interconnector projects by generators in the EU: Profitability and allocation of capacity pp. 748-758 Downloads
Silvester Van Koten
Tax policy can change the production path: A model of optimal oil extraction in Alaska pp. 759-774 Downloads
Wayne Leighty and C.-Y. Cynthia Lin Lawell
Critical review of jatropha biodiesel promotion policies in India pp. 775-781 Downloads
Sunil Kumar, Alok Chaube and Shashi Kumar Jain
Determining appropriate wind turbine setback distances: Perspectives from municipal planners in the Canadian provinces of Nova Scotia, Ontario, and Quebec pp. 782-789 Downloads
Ian Watson, Stephen Betts and Eric Rapaport
Preparing for smart grid technologies: A behavioral decision research approach to understanding consumer expectations about smart meters pp. 790-797 Downloads
Tamar Krishnamurti, Daniel Schwartz, Alexander Davis, Baruch Fischhoff, Wändi Bruine de Bruin, Lester Lave and Jack Wang
Generating electricity with forest biomass: Consistency and payment timeframe effects in choice experiments pp. 798-806 Downloads
Mario Soliño, Begoña A. Farizo, María Xosé Vázquez Rodríguez and Albino Prada Blanco
Smart meter data: Balancing consumer privacy concerns with legitimate applications pp. 807-814 Downloads
Eoghan McKenna, Ian Richardson and Murray Thomson
The cost of offshore wind: Understanding the past and projecting the future pp. 815-821 Downloads
Philip Heptonstall, Robert Gross, Philip Greenacre and Tim Cockerill
Evidence of long memory behavior in U.S. renewable energy consumption pp. 822-826 Downloads
Carlos Barros, Luis Gil-Alana and James Payne
European climate—energy security nexus: A model based scenario analysis pp. 827-842 Downloads
Patrick Criqui and Silvana Mima
Marine energy consumption, national economic activity, and greenhouse gas emissions from international shipping pp. 843-848 Downloads
Ching-Chih Chang
Large-scale wind power integration and wholesale electricity trading benefits: Estimation via an ex post approach pp. 849-859 Downloads
Hugo A. Gil, Catalina Gomez-Quiles and Jesus Riquelme
The end of cheap oil: Bottom-up economic and geologic modeling of aggregate oil production curves pp. 860-870 Downloads
Kristofer Jakobsson, Roger Bentley, Bengt Söderbergh and Kjell Aleklett
Optimal investment and uncertainty on China's carbon emission abatement pp. 871-877 Downloads
Mingxi Wang, Mingrong Wang and Shouyang Wang
China's growing methanol economy and its implications for energy and the environment pp. 878-884 Downloads
Chi-Jen Yang and Robert B. Jackson
Power quality and energy efficiency assessment and the need for labelling and minimum performance standard of uninterruptible power systems (UPS) in Brazil pp. 885-892 Downloads
Ildo L. Sauer, Hédio Tatizawa and Francisco A.M. Salotti
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