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Volume 102, issue C, 2017

When Will Occur the Crude Oil Bubbles? pp. 1-6 Downloads
Chi-Wei Su, Zheng-Zheng Li, Hsu-Ling Chang and Oana-Ramona Lobonţ
Promoting clean energy technology entrepreneurship: The role of external context pp. 7-15 Downloads
Joel Malen and Alfred A. Marcus
Rationales for technology-specific RES support and their relevance for German policy pp. 16-26 Downloads
Erik Gawel, Paul Lehmann, Alexandra Purkus, Patrik Söderholm and Katherina Witte
Carbon allowance auction design of China's emissions trading scheme: A multi-agent-based approach pp. 30-40 Downloads
Ling Tang, Jiaqian Wu, Lean Yu and Qin Bao
The voluntary price for the small consumer: Real-time pricing in Spain pp. 41-51 Downloads
Juan Manuel Roldán Fernández, Manuel Burgos Payán, Jesús Manuel Riquelme Santos and Ángel Luis Trigo García
Impact of political and economic barriers for concentrating solar power in Sub-Saharan Africa pp. 52-72 Downloads
Mercè Labordena, Anthony Patt, Morgan Bazilian, Mark Howells and Johan Lilliestam
Housing-related lifestyle and energy saving: A multi-level approach pp. 73-87 Downloads
John Thøgersen
Comprehensive development of industrial symbiosis for the response of greenhouse gases emission mitigation: Challenges and opportunities in China pp. 88-95 Downloads
Zhe Liu, Michelle Adams, Raymond P. Cote, Yong Geng, Qinghua Chen, Weili Liu, Lu Sun and Xiaoman Yu
Specification of merger gains in the Norwegian electricity distribution industry pp. 96-107 Downloads
Antti Saastamoinen, Endre Bjørndal and Mette Bjørndal
Green in the heart or greens in the wallet? The spatial uptake of small-scale renewable technologies pp. 108-115 Downloads
Grant Allan and Stuart G. McIntyre
How to reduce household carbon emissions: A review of experience and policy design considerations pp. 116-124 Downloads
Xiaoling Zhang and Yue Wang
Is the Korean public willing to pay for a decentralized generation source? The case of natural gas-based combined heat and power pp. 125-131 Downloads
Hyo-Jin Kim, Seul-Ye Lim and Seung-Hoon Yoo
Renewable generation across Italian regions: Spillover effects and effectiveness of European Regional Fund pp. 132-141 Downloads
Alfonso Carfora, Antonio A. Romano, Monica Ronghi and Giuseppe Scandurra
Shale-gas wells as virtual storage for supporting intermittent renewables pp. 142-144 Downloads
Brage Rugstad Knudsen and Bjarne Foss
Testing for convergence in electricity consumption across Croatian regions at the consumer's sectoral level pp. 145-153 Downloads
Djula Borozan
Did accelerated depreciation result in lower generation efficiencies for wind plants in India: An empirical analysis pp. 154-163 Downloads
Gireesh Shrimali, Shreya Pusarla and Saurabh Trivedi
Economic, welfare and environmental impact of feed-in tariff policy: A case study in Iran pp. 164-169 Downloads
Sharareh Majdzadeh Tabatabaei, Ebrahim Hadian, Hossein Marzban and Mansour Zibaei
A dynamic simulation model for assessing the overall impact of incentive policies on power system reliability, costs and environment pp. 170-188 Downloads
A.S. Ibanez-Lopez, J.M. Martinez-Val and B.Y. Moratilla-Soria
A field study using an adaptive in-house pricing model for commercial and industrial customers in Korea pp. 189-198 Downloads
Min-Jeong Kim
Interdependence, issue importance, and the 2009 Russia-Ukraine gas conflict pp. 199-209 Downloads
Yusin Lee
Strategic capacity withholding through failures in the German-Austrian electricity market pp. 210-221 Downloads
Julian Bergler, Sven Heim and Kai Hüschelrath
Advocates or cartographers? Scientific advisors and the narratives of German energy transition pp. 222-236 Downloads
Anna Leipprand, Christian Flachsland and Michael Pahle
Status of Electricity Act, 2003: A systematic review of literature pp. 237-248 Downloads
Shilpi Mukherjee, Tarun Dhingra and Anirban Sengupta
A review and assessment of energy policy in the Middle East and North Africa region pp. 249-269 Downloads
Steven Griffiths
Evidence of direct and indirect rebound effect in households in EU-27 countries pp. 270-276 Downloads
Jaume Freire-González
Environmental degradation, renewable and non-renewable electricity consumption, and economic growth: Assessing the evidence from Algeria pp. 277-287 Downloads
Belaid Fateh and Meriem Youssef
The trigger matters: The decision-making process for heating systems in the residential building sector pp. 288-306 Downloads
Maria Hecher, Stefanie Hatzl, Christof Knoeri and Alfred Posch
Economic evaluation of environmental externalities in China’s coal-fired power generation pp. 307-317 Downloads
Xiaoli Zhao, Qiong Cai, Chunbo Ma, Yanan Hu, Kaiyan Luo and William Li
Another look on the relationships between oil prices and energy prices pp. 318-331 Downloads
Amine Lahiani, Anthony Miloudi, Ramzi Benkraiem and Muhammad Shahbaz
Institutional determinants of power sector reform in Pakistan pp. 332-339 Downloads
Kafait Ullah, Maarten J. Arentsen and Jon C. Lovett
Spatial analysis of the electrical energy demand in Greece pp. 340-352 Downloads
Hristos Tyralis, Nikos Mamassis and Yorgos N. Photis
Re-estimating CO2 emission factors for gasoline passenger cars adding driving behaviour characteristics——A case study of Beijing pp. 353-361 Downloads
Yu Li, Ji Zheng, Zehong Li, Liang Yuan, Yang Yang and Fujia Li
Technology choice for reducing NOx emissions: An empirical study of Chinese power plants pp. 362-376 Downloads
Teng Ma and Kenji Takeuchi
Energy Return on Energy Invested (ERoEI) for photovoltaic solar systems in regions of moderate insolation: A comprehensive response pp. 377-384 Downloads
Marco Raugei, Sgouris Sgouridis, David Murphy, Vasilis Fthenakis, Rolf Frischknecht, Christian Breyer, Ugo Bardi, Charles Barnhart, Alastair Buckley, Michael Carbajales-Dale, Denes Csala, Mariska de Wild-Scholten, Garvin Heath, Arnulf Jæger-Waldau, Christopher Jones, Arthur Keller, Enrica Leccisi, Pierluigi Mancarella, Nicola Pearsall, Adam Siegel, Wim Sinke and Philippe Stolz
Venture Capital and Cleantech: The wrong model for energy innovation pp. 385-395 Downloads
Benjamin E. Gaddy, Varun Sivaram, Timothy B. Jones and Libby Wayman
How accounting for climate and health impacts of emissions could change the US energy system pp. 396-405 Downloads
Kristen E. Brown, Daven K. Henze and Jana B. Milford
Policy implications of considering pre-commitments in U.S. aggregate energy demand system pp. 406-413 Downloads
Christopher S. Rowland, James W. Mjelde and Senarath Dharmasena
A competitive carbon emissions scheme with hybrid fiscal incentives: The evidence from a taxi industry pp. 414-422 Downloads
Yang Liu, Liyan Han, Ziqiao Yin and Kongyi Luo
Towards a meaningful metric for the quantification of GHG emissions of electric vehicles (EVs) pp. 423-429 Downloads
Archana Manjunath and George Gross
Policy implications of the purchasing intentions towards energy-efficient appliances among China’s urban residents: Do subsidies work? pp. 430-439 Downloads
Zhaohua Wang, Xiaomeng Wang and Dongxue Guo
Combining feed-in tariffs and net-metering schemes to balance development in adoption of photovoltaic energy: Comparative economic assessment and policy implications for European countries pp. 440-452 Downloads
F. Javier Ramírez, A. Honrubia-Escribano, E. Gómez-Lázaro and Duc T. Pham
Implications of energy subsidy reform in India pp. 453-462 Downloads
Rajesh H. Acharya and Anver C. Sadath
Measuring the progress and impacts of decarbonising British electricity pp. 463-475 Downloads
Iain Staffell
Policy making and energy infrastructure change: A Nigerian case study of energy governance in the electricity sector pp. 476-485 Downloads
Norbert Edomah, Chris Foulds and Aled Jones
China's electric car surge pp. 486-490 Downloads
Yunshi Wang, Daniel Sperling, Gil Tal and Haifeng Fang
A geographically resolved method to estimate levelized power plant costs with environmental externalities pp. 491-499 Downloads
Joshua D. Rhodes, Carey King, Gurcan Gulen, Sheila M. Olmstead, James S. Dyer, Robert E. Hebner, Fred C. Beach, Thomas F. Edgar and Michael E. Webber
Estimating the implied cost of carbon in future scenarios using a CGE model: The Case of Colorado pp. 500-511 Downloads
Christopher Hannum, Harvey Cutler, Terrence Iverson and David Keyser
Price and income elasticities of residential energy demand in Germany pp. 512-528 Downloads
Isabella Schulte and Peter Heindl
“Learning it the Hard Way”: Social safeguards norms in Chinese-led dam projects in Myanmar, Laos and Cambodia pp. 529-539 Downloads
Julian Kirchherr, Nathanial Matthews, Katrina J. Charles and Matthew J. Walton
Assessing the extent and intensity of energy poverty using Multidimensional Energy Poverty Index: Empirical evidence from households in India pp. 540-550 Downloads
Anver C. Sadath and Rajesh H. Acharya
A meta-analysis on the price elasticity of energy demand pp. 549-568 Downloads
Xavier Labandeira, Jose Labeaga and Xiral López-Otero
Contestation, contingency, and justice in the Nordic low-carbon energy transition pp. 569-582 Downloads
Benjamin K. Sovacool
A DEA analysis of electricity distribution in Spain: An industrial policy recommendation pp. 583-592 Downloads
Angel Arcos, F. Núñez-Hernández and Gabriel Villa-Caro
Development aid and the diffusion of technology: Improved cookstoves in Kenya and Rwanda pp. 593-601 Downloads
Aschalew Tigabu, Frans Berkhout and Pieter van Beukering
Enhanced operational reserve as a tool for development of optimal energy mix pp. 602-615 Downloads
Michal Wierzbowski and Izabela Filipiak
Actions on climate change, Intended Reducing carbon emissions in China via optimal industry shifts: Toward hi-tech industries, cleaner resources and higher carbon shares in less-develop regions pp. 616-638 Downloads
Xue Fu, Michael Lahr, Zhang Yaxiong and Bo Meng
A reply to “Historical construction costs of global nuclear power reactors” pp. 640-643 Downloads
Jonathan Koomey, Nathan E. Hultman and Arnulf Grubler
Apples and oranges: Comparing nuclear construction costs across nations, time periods, and technologies pp. 650-654 Downloads
Jessica R. Lovering, Ted Nordhaus and Arthur Yip
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