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Volume 61, issue C, 2013

Feasibility analysis and policy recommendations for the development of the coal based SNG industry in Xinjiang pp. 3-11 Downloads
Jinwei Huo, Degang Yang, Fuqiang Xia, Hong Tang and Wenbiao Zhang
The feasibility and implications for conventional liquid fossil fuel of the Indonesian biofuel target in 2025 pp. 12-21 Downloads
Arie Rahmadi, Lu Aye and Graham Moore
Governing biofuels in Brazil: A comparison of ethanol and biodiesel policies pp. 22-30 Downloads
Sarah L. Stattman, Otto Hospes and Arthur P.J. Mol
Secure energy supply in 2025: Indonesia's need for an energy policy strategy pp. 31-41 Downloads
Sugeng Mujiyanto and Günter Tiess
Modelling electricity demand in Ghana revisited: The role of policy regime changes pp. 42-50 Downloads
Philip Adom and William Bekoe
Will Venezuelan extra-heavy oil be a significant source of petroleum in the next decades? pp. 51-59 Downloads
Marcelo Fonseca Monteiro de Sena, Luiz Pinguelli Rosa and Alexandre Szklo
Applying maintenance strategies from the space and satellite sector to the upstream oil and gas industry: A research agenda pp. 60-64 Downloads
Robert K. Perrons and Matthew G. Richards
Evaluation of energy recovery and potential of hydrogen production in Iranian natural gas transmission network pp. 65-77 Downloads
Sahar Safarian, Yadollah Saboohi and Movaffaq Kateb
Should Alberta upgrade oil sands bitumen? An integrated life cycle framework to evaluate energy systems investment tradeoffs pp. 78-87 Downloads
Nicolas Choquette-Levy, Heather L. MacLean and Joule A. Bergerson
Diversity in theory and practice: A review with application to the evolution of renewable energy generation in the UK pp. 88-95 Downloads
Henrietta Cooke, Ilkka Keppo and Steven Wolf
Photovoltaics in agriculture: A case study on decision making of farmers pp. 96-103 Downloads
Thomas Brudermann, Kathrin Reinsberger, Anita Orthofer, Martin Kislinger and Alfred Posch
Development of China's pumped storage plant and related policy analysis pp. 104-113 Downloads
Zeng Ming, Feng Junjie, Xue Song, Wang Zhijie, Zhu Xiaoli and Wang Yuejin
Anaerobic digester systems (ADS) for multiple dairy farms: A GIS analysis for optimal site selection pp. 114-124 Downloads
Ethan Thompson, Qingbin Wang and Minghao Li
Transmission expansion planning in Northern Europe in 2030—Methodology and analyses pp. 125-139 Downloads
Stefan Jaehnert, Ove Wolfgang, Hossein Farahmand, Steve Völler and Daniel Huertas-Hernando
The integration of renewable energies into the German transmission grid—A scenario comparison pp. 140-150 Downloads
Andreas Schroeder, Pao-Yu Oei, Aram Sander, Lisa Hankel and Lilian Charlotte Laurisch
Empowering the end-user in smart grids: Recommendations for the design of products and services pp. 151-161 Downloads
Daphne Geelen, Angèle Reinders and David Keyson
Scenario analysis of the new energy policy for Taiwan's electricity sector until 2025 pp. 162-171 Downloads
Fung-Fei Chen, Seng-Cho Chou and Tai-Ken Lu
System behaviour modelling for demand response provision in a smart grid pp. 172-181 Downloads
Saraansh Dave, Mahesh Sooriyabandara and Mike Yearworth
Global assessment of research and development for algae biofuel production and its potential role for sustainable development in developing countries pp. 182-195 Downloads
Ademola A. Adenle, Gareth E. Haslam and Lisa Lee
Shifting strategies and precarious progress: Nuclear waste management in Canada pp. 196-206 Downloads
M.V. Ramana
Medium-term demand for European cross-border electricity transmission capacity pp. 207-222 Downloads
C. Brancucci Martínez-Anido, M. Vandenbergh, L. de Vries, C. Alecu, A. Purvins, G. Fulli and T. Huld
Reconciling self-sufficiency and renewable energy targets in a hydro dominated system: The view from British Columbia pp. 223-229 Downloads
Amy Sopinka, Gerrit van Kooten and Linda Wong
Modelling the impact of EVs on electricity generation, costs and CO2 emissions pp. 230-237 Downloads
P. Calnan, J.P. Deane and B.P. Ó Gallachóir
Concentrating solar power plant investment and operation decisions under different price and support mechanisms pp. 238-248 Downloads
Christoph Kost, Christoph M. Flath and Dominik Möst
Distributed energy resource system optimisation using mixed integer linear programming pp. 249-266 Downloads
Akomeno Omu, Ruchi Choudhary and Adam Boies
Simulating power integration in Latin America to assess challenges, opportunities, and threats pp. 267-273 Downloads
Camila Ochoa, Isaac Dyner and Carlos J. Franco
Change-actors in the U.S. electric energy system: The role of environmental groups in utility adoption and diffusion of wind power pp. 274-284 Downloads
Claudia Doblinger and Birthe Soppe
Capital structure in LNG infrastructures and gas pipelines projects: Empirical evidences and methodological issues pp. 285-291 Downloads
Axel Pierru, Simon Roussanaly and Jérôme Sabathier
The limits of HVDC transmission pp. 292-300 Downloads
William F. Pickard
Historical daily gas and electrical energy flows through Great Britain's transmission networks and the decarbonisation of domestic heat pp. 301-305 Downloads
I.A. Grant Wilson, Anthony J.R. Rennie, Yulong Ding, Philip C. Eames, Peter J. Hall and Nicolas J. Kelly
The military and energy: Moving the United States beyond oil pp. 306-316 Downloads
Stacy Closson
Policy analysis for energy efficiency in the built environment in Spain pp. 317-326 Downloads
Jessica Yearwood Travezan, Robert Harmsen and Gideon van Toledo
The dynamics of sectoral electricity demand for a panel of US states: New evidence on the consumption–growth nexus pp. 327-336 Downloads
James Saunoris and Brandon Sheridan
Analysis of electric vehicle driver recharging demand profiles and subsequent impacts on the carbon content of electric vehicle trips pp. 337-348 Downloads
A.P. Robinson, P.T. Blythe, M.C. Bell, Y. Hübner and G.A. Hill
The potential for segmentation of the retail market for electricity in Ireland pp. 349-359 Downloads
Marie Hyland, Eimear Leahy and Richard Tol
Engineering estimates versus impact evaluation of energy efficiency projects: Regression discontinuity evidence from a case study pp. 360-370 Downloads
Corey Lang and Matthew Siler
Energy saving behaviours: Development of a practice-based model pp. 371-381 Downloads
Jillian C. Sweeney, Johannes Kresling, Dave Webb, Geoffrey N. Soutar and Tim Mazzarol
The impact of government policy on preference for NEVs: The evidence from China pp. 382-393 Downloads
Xian Zhang, Ke Wang, Yu Hao, Jing-Li Fan and Yi-Ming Wei
Estimation of urban residential electricity demand in China using household survey data pp. 394-402 Downloads
Shaojie Zhou and Fei Teng
Going electric: Expert survey on the future of battery technologies for electric vehicles pp. 403-413 Downloads
Michela Catenacci, Elena Verdolini, Valentina Bosetti and Giulia Fiorese
Implementing energy efficiency policy in Croatia: Stakeholder interactions for closing the gap pp. 414-422 Downloads
Vesna Bukarica and Slavica Robić
Demand response from the non-domestic sector: Early UK experiences and future opportunities pp. 423-429 Downloads
Philipp Grünewald and Jacopo Torriti
Innovation and adoption of energy efficient technologies: An exploratory analysis of Italian primary metal manufacturing SMEs pp. 430-440 Downloads
Andrea Trianni, Enrico Cagno and Ernst Worrell
Affordability of electric vehicles for a sustainable transport system: An economic and environmental analysis pp. 441-447 Downloads
Hui-Kuan Tseng, Jy S. Wu and Xiaoshuai Liu
Estimating the energy saving potential of telecom operators in China pp. 448-459 Downloads
Tian-Jian Yang, Yue-Jun Zhang, Jin Huang and Ruo-Hong Peng
Actual and theoretical gas consumption in Dutch dwellings: What causes the differences? pp. 460-471 Downloads
Daša Majcen, Laure Itard and Henk Visscher
Estimation on oil demand and oil saving potential of China's road transport sector pp. 472-482 Downloads
Boqiang Lin and Chunping Xie
Determinants of willingness to pay for smart meters: An empirical analysis of household customers in Germany pp. 483-495 Downloads
Torsten J. Gerpott and Mathias Paukert
A methodology for understanding the impacts of large-scale penetration of micro-combined heat and power pp. 496-512 Downloads
K. Tapia-Ahumada, I.J. Pérez-Arriaga and E.J. Moniz
How to reduce energy intensity in China: A regional comparison perspective pp. 513-522 Downloads
Yi Li, Linyan Sun, Taiwen Feng and Chunyan Zhu
Proposed business plan for energy efficiency in Brazil pp. 523-531 Downloads
Lilian Silva De Oliveira, Rafael Amaral Shayani and Marco Aurelio Gonçalves De Oliveira
Hybrid, plug-in hybrid, or electric—What do car buyers want? pp. 532-543 Downloads
Jonn Axsen and Kenneth S. Kurani
Temporal and spatial variations in on-road energy use and CO2 emissions in China, 1978–2008 pp. 544-550 Downloads
Yang Liu, Yu Wang and Hong Huo
Abatement cost analysis in CO2 emission reduction costs regarding the supply-side policies for the Taiwan power sector pp. 551-561 Downloads
Li Ko, Chia-Yon Chen, Jeng-Wen Lai and Yu-Hui Wang
How to decarbonize the transport sector? pp. 562-573 Downloads
Bob van der Zwaan, Ilkka Keppo and Filip Johnsson
Analysis of energy intensity in Japan pp. 574-586 Downloads
Shigeharu Okajima and Hiroko Okajima
Development of a greenhouse gas accounting GIS-based tool to support local policy making—application to an Italian municipality pp. 587-594 Downloads
F. Asdrubali, A. Presciutti and F. Scrucca
The rationality of biofuels pp. 595-598 Downloads
Luiz Augusto Horta Nogueira, Jose Roberto Moreira, Ulf Schuchardt and Jose Goldemberg
Promoting the market and system integration of renewable energies through premium schemes—A case study of the German market premium pp. 599-609 Downloads
Erik Gawel and Alexandra Purkus
China's large-scale power shortages of 2004 and 2011 after the electricity market reforms of 2002: Explanations and differences pp. 610-618 Downloads
Zeng Ming, Xue Song, Li Lingyun, Wang Yuejin, Wei Yang and Li Ying
Feed-in tariff design for domestic scale grid-connected PV systems using high resolution household electricity demand data pp. 619-627 Downloads
L.M. Ayompe and A. Duffy
Price discovery in European natural gas markets pp. 628-634 Downloads
Emma Schultz and John Swieringa
Supplementing an emissions tax by a feed-in tariff for renewable electricity to address learning spillovers pp. 635-641 Downloads
Paul Lehmann
Global wind power development: Economics and policies pp. 642-652 Downloads
Govinda Timilsina, Gerrit van Kooten and Patrick A. Narbel
Contract market power and its impact on the efficiency of the electricity sector pp. 653-662 Downloads
Pablo Serra
Gazprom vs. other Russian gas producers: The evolution of the Russian gas sector pp. 663-670 Downloads
Lars Petter Lunden, Daniel Fjaertoft, Indra Overland and Alesia Prachakova
How to correct for long-term externalities of large-scale wind power development by a capacity mechanism? pp. 671-685 Downloads
Mauricio Cepeda and Dominique Finon
A comprehensive method to find RPO trajectory and incentive scheme for promotion of renewable energy in India with study of impact of RPO on tariff pp. 686-696 Downloads
R.M. Shereef and S.A. Khaparde
The solar photovoltaic feed-in tariff scheme in New South Wales, Australia pp. 697-706 Downloads
Nigel Martin and John Rice
How important are national companies for oil and gas sector performance? Lessons from the Bolivia and Brazil case studies pp. 707-716 Downloads
María José Paz Antolín and Juan Manuel Ramírez Cendrero
Development of a virtual power market model to investigate strategic and collusive behavior of market players pp. 717-728 Downloads
Miadreza Shafie-khah, Mohsen Parsa Moghaddam and Mohamad Kazem Sheikh-El-Eslami
Information strategies and energy conservation behavior: A meta-analysis of experimental studies from 1975 to 2012 pp. 729-739 Downloads
Magali Delmas, Miriam Fischlein and Omar I. Asensio
What is the best practice for benchmark regulation of electricity distribution? Comparison of DEA, SFA and StoNED methods pp. 740-750 Downloads
Timo Kuosmanen, Antti Saastamoinen and Timo Sipiläinen
The costs of electricity interruptions in Spain. Are we sending the right signals? pp. 751-760 Downloads
Pedro Linares and Luis Rey
Solar feed-in tariffs and the merit order effect: A study of the German electricity market pp. 761-770 Downloads
Åsa Grytli Tveten, Torjus Folsland Bolkesjø, Thomas Martinsen and Håvard Hvarnes
Russia's resource capitalism—market vs political signalling pp. 771-782 Downloads
Gavin L. Kretzschmar, Ewan Simpson and Mujibul Haque
The Energy Services Company (ESCo) as business model for heat entrepreneurship-A case study of North Karelia, Finland pp. 783-787 Downloads
Niko Suhonen and Lasse Okkonen
A qualitative study of users' engagement with real-time feedback from in-house energy consumption displays pp. 788-792 Downloads
Christian Oltra, Alex Boso, Josep Espluga and Ana Prades
The causal relationship between energy resources and economic growth in Brazil pp. 793-801 Downloads
Hsiao-Tien Pao and Hsin-Chia Fu
Local acceptance of existing biogas plants in Switzerland pp. 802-810 Downloads
Martin Soland, Nora Steimer and Götz Walter
An expert elicitation of climate, energy and economic uncertainties pp. 811-821 Downloads
Will Usher and Neil Strachan
Effect of the Fukushima nuclear disaster on global public acceptance of nuclear energy pp. 822-828 Downloads
Younghwan Kim, Minki Kim and Wonjoon Kim
Energy policymaking in Denmark: Implications for global energy security and sustainability pp. 829-839 Downloads
Benjamin K. Sovacool
Driving and hindering factors for rural electrification in developing countries: Lessons from Bangladesh pp. 840-851 Downloads
Md. Mizanur Rahman, Jukka V. Paatero, Aditya Poudyal and Risto Lahdelma
A comparative analysis of urban energy governance in four European cities pp. 852-863 Downloads
Clémence Morlet and James Keirstead
Promoting low-carbon city through industrial symbiosis: A case in China by applying HPIMO model pp. 864-873 Downloads
Liang Dong, Tsuyoshi Fujita, Hui Zhang, Ming Dai, Minoru Fujii, Satoshi Ohnishi, Yong Geng and Zhu Liu
Individual metering and charging of heat and hot water in Swedish housing cooperatives pp. 874-880 Downloads
Simon Siggelsten and Stefan Olander
Growth and energy nexus in Europe revisited: Evidence from a fixed effects political economy model pp. 881-887 Downloads
Angeliki N. Menegaki and Ilhan Ozturk
Assessment of end-use electricity consumption and peak demand by Townsville's housing stock pp. 888-893 Downloads
Zhengen Ren, Phillip Paevere, George Grozev, Stephen Egan and Julia Anticev
Mobilizing cities towards a low-carbon future: Tambourines, carrots and sticks pp. 894-900 Downloads
Isabel Azevedo, Erik Delarue and Leonardo Meeus
Consumer preferences for alternative fuel vehicles: Comparing a utility maximization and a regret minimization model pp. 901-908 Downloads
Caspar Chorus, Mark Koetse and Anco Hoen
An analysis of the influence of urban form on energy consumption by individual consumption behaviors from a microeconomic viewpoint pp. 909-919 Downloads
Yanhong Yin, Shoshi Mizokami and Takuya Maruyama
Energy and environmental evaluation of municipal facilities: Case study in the province of Barcelona pp. 920-930 Downloads
Jordi Oliver-Solà, Marina Armero, Blanca Martinez de Foix and Joan Rieradevall
A case-control study of support/opposition to wind turbines: Perceptions of health risk, economic benefits, and community conflict pp. 931-943 Downloads
Jamie Baxter, Rakhee Morzaria and Rachel Hirsch
Measuring the solar potential of a city and its implications for energy policy pp. 944-952 Downloads
Hugh Byrd, Anna Ho, Basil Sharp and Nirmal Kumar-Nair
Risk identification for PPP waste-to-energy incineration projects in China pp. 953-962 Downloads
Jinbo Song, Danrong Song, Xueqing Zhang and Yan Sun
Biofuels and food security: Micro-evidence from Ethiopia pp. 963-976 Downloads
Martha Negash and Johan Swinnen
A thousand flowers blooming? An examination of community energy in the UK pp. 977-989 Downloads
Gill Seyfang, Jung Jin Park and Adrian Smith
Household energy consumption patterns and its environmental implications: Assessment of energy access and poverty in Nepal pp. 990-1002 Downloads
Sunil Malla
Poor energy poor: Energy saving obligations, distributional effects, and the malfunction of the priority group pp. 1003-1010 Downloads
Simon Moser
The development of renewable energies and supply security: A trade-off analysis pp. 1011-1021 Downloads
Luise Röpke
Success for energy efficient renovation of dwellings—Learning from private homeowners pp. 1022-1030 Downloads
Birgit Risholt and Thomas Berker
The co-evolutionary relationship between Energy Service Companies and the UK energy system: Implications for a low-carbon transition pp. 1031-1045 Downloads
Matthew J. Hannon, Timothy Foxon and William F. Gale
Assessing welfare impact of entry into power market pp. 1046-1054 Downloads
Inkoo Cho and Hyunsook Kim
Predictors of technical adoption and behavioural change to transport energy-saving measures in response to climate change pp. 1055-1062 Downloads
M.S. Aini, S.C. Chan and O. Syuhaily
Power infrastructure quality and manufacturing productivity in Africa: A firm level analysis pp. 1063-1070 Downloads
Busani Moyo
Putting rural energy access projects into perspective: What lessons are relevant? pp. 1071-1078 Downloads
Frank van der Vleuten, Nienke Stam and Robert-Jan van der Plas
Determining barriers to developing geothermal power generation in Japan: Societal acceptance by stakeholders involved in hot springs pp. 1079-1087 Downloads
Hiromi Kubota, Hiroki Hondo, Shunichi Hienuki and Hideshi Kaieda
Energy access: Lessons learned in Brazil and perspectives for replication in other developing countries pp. 1088-1096 Downloads
Suani T. Coelho and José Goldemberg
Effects of feedback on residential electricity demand—Findings from a field trial in Austria pp. 1097-1106 Downloads
Joachim Schleich, Marian Klobasa, Sebastian Gölz and Marc Brunner
The global resource balance table, an integrated table of energy, materials and the environment pp. 1107-1110 Downloads
Haruki Tsuchiya
A paradox regarding economic support to deploy renewable energy technologies pp. 1111-1115 Downloads
Takanobu Kosugi
The usefulness of marginal CO2-e abatement cost curves in Austria pp. 1116-1126 Downloads
Petra Wächter
A dynamic simulation of the ILUC effects of biofuel use in the USA pp. 1127-1139 Downloads
Gbadebo Oladosu and Keith Kline
The environmental convergence hypothesis: Carbon dioxide emissions according to the source of energy pp. 1140-1150 Downloads
Maria Jesus Herrerias
Renewable electricity generation in Germany: A meta-analysis of mitigation scenarios pp. 1151-1163 Downloads
Eva Schmid, Michael Pahle and Brigitte Knopf
Emissions intensity targeting: From China's 12th Five Year Plan to its Copenhagen commitment pp. 1164-1177 Downloads
Yingying Lu, Alison Stegman and Yiyong Cai
Method of checking and certifying carbon trading volume of existing buildings retrofits in China pp. 1178-1187 Downloads
Meng Li, Jing Zhao and Neng Zhu
Stakeholder perspectives on carbon capture and storage in Indonesia pp. 1188-1199 Downloads
Andri D. Setiawan and Eefje Cuppen
Evaluating public policy mechanisms for climate change mitigation in Brazilian buildings sector pp. 1200-1211 Downloads
Conrado Augustus de Melo, Gilberto de Martino Jannuzzi and Aline Ferreira Tripodi
CO2 embodiment in China–Australia trade: The drivers and implications pp. 1212-1220 Downloads
Hao Tan, Aijun Sun and Henry Lau
Emissions reduction potential from CO2 capture: A life-cycle assessment of a Brazilian coal-fired power plant pp. 1221-1235 Downloads
David A. Castelo Branco, Maria Cecilia P. Moura, Alexandre Szklo and Roberto Schaeffer
Impact of the carbon price on the integrating European electricity market pp. 1236-1251 Downloads
Piia Remes (née Aatola), Markku Ollikainen and Anne Toppinen
The public perception of climate change in Taiwan and its paradigm shift pp. 1252-1260 Downloads
Kuei Tien Chou
An exploration of residents’ low-carbon awareness and behavior in Tianjin, China pp. 1261-1270 Downloads
Yin Bai and Yong Liu
Experiences of project developers around CDM projects in South Africa pp. 1271-1275 Downloads
Thomas Thurner and Arun Varughese
Life cycle carbon emission flow analysis for electricity supply system: A case study of China pp. 1276-1284 Downloads
G. Chen, B. Chen, H. Zhou and P. Dai
CO2 emissions and economic activity: Short- and long-run economic determinants of scale, energy intensity and carbon intensity pp. 1285-1294 Downloads
Fredrik Andersson and Peter Karpestam
Energy consumption and economic growth: Evidence from Cameroon pp. 1295-1304 Downloads
Yris D. Fondja Wandji
China’s inter-regional spillover of carbon emissions and domestic supply chains pp. 1305-1321 Downloads
Bo Meng, Jinjun Xue, Kuishuang Feng, Dabo Guan and Xue Fu
Regional disparity and cost-effective SO2 pollution control in China: A case study in 5 mega-cities pp. 1322-1331 Downloads
Momoe Kanada, Liang Dong, Tsuyoshi Fujita, Minoru Fujii, Tsuyoshi Inoue, Yujiro Hirano, Takuya Togawa and Yong Geng
Assessment of the economic impact of environmental constraints on annual hydropower plant operation pp. 1332-1343 Downloads
Ignacio Guisández, Juan I. Pérez-Díaz and José R. Wilhelmi
Distributional impacts of climate change mitigation in Indian electricity: The influence of governance pp. 1344-1356 Downloads
Narasimha D. Rao
How the choice of multi-gas equivalency metrics affects mitigation options: The case of CO2 capture in a Brazilian coal-fired power plant pp. 1357-1366 Downloads
Maria Cecilia P. Moura, David A. Castelo Branco, Glen Peters, Alexandre Salem Szklo and Roberto Schaeffer
Policy delivery for low carbon energy infrastructure in the UK, april 5th 2013: Conference overview pp. 1367-1369 Downloads
Raphael Heffron, Angus Johnston, Darren McCauley and Kirsten Jenkins
An overview of CO2 cost pass-through to electricity prices in Europe pp. 1370-1376 Downloads
Pierre-André Jouvet and Boris Solier
Technological, economic and financial prospects of carbon dioxide capture in the cement industry pp. 1377-1387 Downloads
Jia Li, Pradeep Tharakan, Douglas Macdonald and Xi Liang
Including alternative resources in state renewable portfolio standards: Current design and implementation experience pp. 1388-1399 Downloads
Jenny Heeter and Lori Bird
Analysis of low-carbon industrial symbiosis technology for carbon mitigation in a Chinese iron/steel industrial park: A case study with carbon flow analysis pp. 1400-1411 Downloads
Hui Zhang, Liang Dong, Huiquan Li, Tsuyoshi Fujita, Satoshi Ohnishi and Qing Tang
Estimating the energy use of high definition games consoles pp. 1412-1421 Downloads
A. Webb, K. Mayers, C. France and J. Koomey
The effect of fossil energy and other environmental taxes on profit incentives for change in an open economy: Evidence from the UK pp. 1422-1431 Downloads
Allan Webster and Sukanya Ayatakshi
An equity assessment of introducing uncertain forest carbon sequestration in EU climate policy pp. 1432-1442 Downloads
Miriam Münnich Vass, Katarina Elofsson and Ing-Marie Gren
Current status of REC mechanism in India and possible policy modifications to way forward pp. 1443-1451 Downloads
R.M. Shereef and S.A. Khaparde
The effects of financial development, economic growth, coal consumption and trade openness on CO2 emissions in South Africa pp. 1452-1459 Downloads
Muhammad Shahbaz, Aviral Tiwari and Muhammad Nasir
The global climate change and its effect on power generation in Bangladesh pp. 1460-1470 Downloads
Iftekhar Khan, Firoz Alam and Quamrul Alam
Walking away from a low-carbon economy? Recent and historical trends using a regional decomposition analysis pp. 1471-1480 Downloads
Luis Mundaca, Anil Markandya and Jørgen Nørgaard
The winds of change: How wind firms assess Germany's energy transition pp. 1481-1489 Downloads
Karen Smith Stegen and Matthias Seel
FDI spillovers at different levels of industrial and spatial aggregation: Evidence from the electricity sector pp. 1490-1502 Downloads
Chiara Del Bo
Generation IV nuclear reactors: Current status and future prospects pp. 1503-1520 Downloads
Giorgio Locatelli, Mauro Mancini and Nicola Todeschini
U.S. spent nuclear fuel management: Political, fiscal, and technical feasibility pp. 1521-1528 Downloads
Clifford Singer
Expedited patent examination for green inventions: Developing countries' policy choices pp. 1529-1538 Downloads
Bingbin Lu
Survey evidence on the willingness of U.S. consumers to pay for automotive fuel economy pp. 1539-1550 Downloads
David L. Greene, David H. Evans and John Hiestand
The impact of electricity price changes on industrial prices and the general price level in Korea pp. 1551-1555 Downloads
Seul-Ye Lim and Seung-Hoon Yoo
The diffusion process of stationary fuel cells in a two-sided market economy pp. 1556-1567 Downloads
B. Heinz, M. Graeber and Aaron Praktiknjo
The evolution of China's National Energy RD&D Programs: The role of scientists in science and technology decision making pp. 1568-1585 Downloads
Qiang Zhi, Jun Su, Peng Ru and Laura Diaz Anadon
The Norwegian PV manufacturing industry in a Triple Helix perspective pp. 1586-1594 Downloads
Antje Klitkou and Helge Godoe
Innovation in emerging energy technologies: A case study analysis to inform the path forward for algal biofuels pp. 1595-1607 Downloads
Rachel Haase, Jeffrey Bielicki and Jennifer Kuzma
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