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Volume 30, issue 15, 2002

The price of independents: an analysis of the independent power sector in England and Wales pp. 1313-1325 Downloads
J. Robert Branston
Prospective analysis of beyond Kyoto climate policy: a sequential game framework pp. 1327-1335 Downloads
Juan-Carlos Ciscar and Antonio Soria
Japan's nuclear energy policy: from firm commitment to difficult dilemma addressing growing stocks of plutonium, program delays, domestic opposition and international pressure pp. 1337-1355 Downloads
Susan E. Pickett
Comment upon "Public goods and private interests: understanding non-residential demand for green power" pp. 1357-1361 Downloads
Laura Haar and Laura N. Stanciu
Oil and gas in Central Asia and Northwest China: James P Dorian; CWC Publishing Limited, London, UK, 174pp pp. 1363-1364 Downloads
A. A. Parra

Volume 30, issue 14, 2002

Hydropower--the politics of water and energy: Introduction and overview pp. 1207-1213 Downloads
Frans H. Koch
The evolving context for hydropower development pp. 1215-1223 Downloads
Engelbertus Oud
The diversity of hydropower projects pp. 1225-1230 Downloads
Dominique Egre and Joseph C. Milewski
Hydropower potential and development activities pp. 1231-1239 Downloads
Alison Bartle
Hydropower in China pp. 1241-1249 Downloads
Francis Li
Hydropower projects: a review of most effective mitigation measures pp. 1251-1259 Downloads
Serge Trussart, Danielle Messier, Vincent Roquet and Shuichi Aki
Hydropower as a renewable and sustainable energy resource meeting global energy challenges in a reasonable way pp. 1261-1265 Downloads
Gary W. Frey and Deborah M. Linke
Life-cycle assessment of electricity generation options: The status of research in year 2001 pp. 1267-1278 Downloads
Luc Gagnon, Camille Belanger and Yohji Uchiyama
Adding wind energy to hydropower pp. 1279-1284 Downloads
Camille Belanger and Luc Gagnon
Ethical dilemmas and the decision-making process. Is a consensus realistic? pp. 1285-1290 Downloads
Gilles G. Berube and Francois Villeneuve
The environmental legal and regulatory frameworks. Assessing fairness and efficiency pp. 1291-1298 Downloads
Gilles G. Berube and Celine Cusson
Comparing recommendations from the World Commission on Dams and the IEA initiative on hydropower pp. 1299-1304 Downloads
Luc Gagnon, Jean-Etienne Klimpt and Karin Seelos
Recommendations for sustainable hydroelectric development pp. 1305-1312 Downloads
Jean-Etienne Klimpt, Cristina Rivero, Hannu Puranen and Frans Koch

Volume 30, issue 13, 2002

Natural gas reserves/total energy consumption: A useful new ratio for addressing global climate change concerns pp. 1145-1149 Downloads
Toufiq A. Siddiqi
Decision-making of nuclear energy policy: application of environmental management tool to nuclear fuel cycle pp. 1151-1161 Downloads
Young Eal Lee and Kyoo-Kun Koh
Vehicle and fuel demand in Morocco pp. 1163-1171 Downloads
Mohammed Belhaj
Public policy for energy technology innovation: A historical analysis of fluidized bed combustion development in the USA pp. 1173-1180 Downloads
Santiago Banales-Lopez and Vicki Norberg-Bohm
Explaining learning curves for wind power pp. 1181-1189 Downloads
Karin Ibenholt
Hot air in Kyoto, cold air in The Hague--the failure of global climate negotiations pp. 1191-1199 Downloads
Urs Brandt and Gert Svendsen
Boundary problem in carbon emission decomposition pp. 1201-1205 Downloads
B. W. Ang and Ki-Hong Choi

Volume 30, issue 11-12, 2002

Guest editorial pp. 909-913 Downloads
Stephen Karekezi, Maxwell Mapako and Mengistu Teferra
Poverty and energy in Africa--A brief review pp. 915-919 Downloads
Stephen Karekezi
Status of power sector reform in Africa: impact on the poor pp. 923-945 Downloads
Stephen Karekezi and John Kimani
Tariffs and subsidies in Zimbabwe's reforming electricity industry: steering a utility through turbulent times pp. 947-958 Downloads
S. E. Mangwengwende
Power sector reforms in Zimbabwe: will reforms increase electrification and strengthen local participation? pp. 959-965 Downloads
Dorcas Kayo
Power sector reforms in Ethiopia: options for promoting local investments in rural electrification pp. 967-975 Downloads
Mengistu Teferra
The prospects for local private investment in Tanzania's rural electrification pp. 977-985 Downloads
Edward E. Marandu
Is the Kenyan electricity regulatory board autonomous? pp. 987-997 Downloads
Patrick Nyoike
Electricity sector reform in Cameroon: is privatization the solution? pp. 999-1012 Downloads
Pierre-Olivier Pineau
Improving modern energy services for Africa's urban poor pp. 1015-1028 Downloads
Stephen Karekezi and Lugard Majoro
Can the urban poor afford modern energy? The case of Ethiopia pp. 1029-1045 Downloads
Bereket Kebede, Almaz Bekele and Elias Kedir
The turbulent liquid fuel industry in Zimbabwe: options for resolving the crisis and improving supply to the poor pp. 1047-1055 Downloads
Krispen Mashange
Renewables in Africa--meeting the energy needs of the poor pp. 1059-1069 Downloads
Stephen Karekezi
Renewable energy strategies for rural Africa: is a PV-led renewable energy strategy the right approach for providing modern energy to the rural poor of sub-Saharan Africa? pp. 1071-1086 Downloads
Stephen Karekezi and Waeni Kithyoma
Disseminating wind pumps in rural Kenya--meeting rural water needs using locally manufactured wind pumps pp. 1087-1094 Downloads
Mike Harries
Renewable energy for rural development in Ethiopia: the case for new energy policies and institutional reform pp. 1095-1105 Downloads
W. Wolde-Ghiorgis
The energy sector in Eritrea--institutional and policy options for improving rural energy services pp. 1107-1118 Downloads
Semereab Habtetsion and Zemenfes Tsighe
The impact of large-scale renewable energy development on the poor: environmental and socio-economic impact of a geothermal power plant on a poor rural community in Kenya pp. 1119-1128 Downloads
Nicholas O. Mariita
Promoting equity in large-scale renewable energy development: the case of Mauritius pp. 1129-1142 Downloads
Kassiap Deepchand

Volume 30, issue 10, 2002

Evaluating the health benefits of transitions in household energy technologies in Kenya pp. 815-826 Downloads
Majid Ezzati and Daniel M. Kammen
International comparison of CO2 emission trends in the iron and steel industry pp. 827-838 Downloads
Yeonbae Kim and Ernst Worrell
External costs of energy--do the answers match the questions?: Looking back at 10 years of ExternE pp. 839-848 Downloads
Wolfram Krewitt
CO2 in the iron and steel industry: an analysis of Japanese emission reduction potentials pp. 849-863 Downloads
Dolf Gielen and Yuichi Moriguchi
A Chinese cokemaking process-flow model for energy and environmental analyses pp. 865-883 Downloads
Karen R. Polenske and Francis C. McMichael
Price regulation in the Spanish energy sectors: who benefits? pp. 885-895 Downloads
Pablo Arocena, Ignacio Contin and Emilio Huerta
Voluntary agreements--a measure for energy-efficiency in industry? Lessons from a Swedish programme pp. 897-905 Downloads
Anna-Lisa Linden and Annika Carlsson-Kanyama

Volume 30, issue 9, 2002

Imports as a major complication: liberalisation of the green electricity market in the Netherlands pp. 723-726 Downloads
L. Reijnders
A Shapley decomposition of carbon emissions without residuals pp. 727-736 Downloads
Johan Albrecht, Delphine Francois and Koen Schoors
Encouraging distributed generation of power that improves air quality: can we have our cake and eat it too? pp. 737-752 Downloads
Juliann Emmons Allison and Jim Lents
Cost-competitive incentives for wind energy development in China: institutional dynamics and policy changes pp. 753-765 Downloads
Wen-Qiang Liu, Lin Gan and Xi-Liang Zhang
The Mexican energy sector: integrated dynamic analysis of the natural gas/refining system pp. 767-779 Downloads
Francisco Barnes-Regueiro, Matthew Leach and Matthias Ruth
Demand for commercial energy in the state of Kerala, India: an econometric analysis with medium-range projections pp. 781-791 Downloads
D. Parameswara Sharma, P. S. Chandramohanan Nair and R. Balasubramanian
Policy instruments fostering wind energy projects--a multi-perspective evaluation approach pp. 793-801 Downloads
N. Enzensberger, M. Wietschel and O. Rentz
The effects of environmental fiscal reform in Germany: a simulation study pp. 803-811 Downloads
Stefan Bach, Michael Kohlhaas, Bernd Meyer, Barbara Praetorius and Heinz Welsch

Volume 30, issue 8, 2002

The decrease in the difference of energy intensities between OECD countries from 1971 to 1998 pp. 631-635 Downloads
J. W. Sun
Relative efficiency measurement and prospects for yardstick competition in Brazilian electricity distribution pp. 637-647 Downloads
Marcelo Resende
Distributed generation and distribution utilities pp. 649-661 Downloads
Neil Strachan and Hadi Dowlatabadi
Benchmarking the energy efficiency of Dutch industry: an assessment of the expected effect on energy consumption and CO2 emissions pp. 663-679 Downloads
Dian Phylipsen, Kornelis Blok, Ernst Worrell and Jeroen de Beer
Substitution potential of wind energy in Egypt pp. 681-687 Downloads
Mohamed A. H. El-Sayed
Environmental impacts of energy utilisation and renewable energy policies in Turkey pp. 689-698 Downloads
Kamil Kaygusuz
Transmission capacity and market power: the effect on a dominant generation firm pp. 699-708 Downloads
David M. Quick and Janis M. Carey
Mitigating global warming: traditional versus alternative approaches in a planning versus a market context pp. 709-716 Downloads
Brita Olerup
How level is the energy playing field pp. 717-719 Downloads
David Ross

Volume 30, issue 7, 2002

Vintage structure dynamics and climate change policies: the case of US iron and steel pp. 541-552 Downloads
Matthias Ruth and Anthony Amato
A system perspective on the heating of detached houses pp. 553-574 Downloads
Leif Gustavsson and Asa Karlsson
Experience and new challenges in the Chilean generation and transmission sector pp. 575-582 Downloads
Oscar E. Moya
Re-regulating district heating in Sweden pp. 583-596 Downloads
Paul Westin and Fredrik Lagergren
Estimation and control of Spanish energy-related CO2 emissions: an input-output approach pp. 597-611 Downloads
Xavier Labandeira and Jose Labeaga
Commercializing an alternate vehicle fuel: lessons learned from natural gas for vehicles pp. 613-619 Downloads
Peter C. Flynn
Lithuanian energy efficiency project pp. 621-627 Downloads
Eduardas Kazakevicius, Aloyzas Vitkauskas and Svend Erik Mikkelsen

Volume 30, issue 6, 2002

The emergence of trading and risk management in liberalized electricity markets pp. 449-459 Downloads
Fereidoon P. Sioshansi
A qualitative method to consider leakage effects from CDM and JI projects pp. 461-463 Downloads
Roland Geres and Axel Michaelowa
Assessing the global energy innovation system: some key issues pp. 465-469 Downloads
A. D. Sagar and J. P. Holdren
How European waste will contribute to renewable energy pp. 471-475 Downloads
Roland V. Siemons
Photovoltaic module quality in the Kenyan solar home systems market pp. 477-499 Downloads
Richard D. Duke, Arne Jacobson and Daniel M. Kammen
Effects of internalising external production costs in a North European power market pp. 501-510 Downloads
Jesper Munksgaard and Jacob Ramskov
Direct and indirect energy requirements of households in India pp. 511-523 Downloads
Shonali Pachauri and Daniel Spreng
Green electricity in the market place: the policy challenge pp. 525-538 Downloads
Doris A. Fuchs and Maarten J. Arentsen

Volume 30, issue 5, 2002

What will happen to the producer prices for fossil fuels if Kyoto is implemented? pp. 357-369 Downloads
Marian Radetzki
Environmental benefits on a life cycle basis of using bagasse-derived ethanol as a gasoline oxygenate in India pp. 371-384 Downloads
Kiran L. Kadam
Greenhouse gas emissions and barriers to implementation in the Jordanian energy sector pp. 385-395 Downloads
J. O. Jaber
Restructuring and privatizing electricity industries in the commonwealth of independent states pp. 397-408 Downloads
Robert P. Anex
The potential contribution of renewable energy in air pollution abatement in China and India pp. 409-424 Downloads
J. C. Boudri, L. Hordijk, C. Kroeze, M. Amann, J. Cofala, I. Bertok, Li Junfeng, Dai Lin, Zhen Shuang, Hu Runquing, T. S. Panwar, S. Gupta, Dron Singh, A. Kumar, M. C. Vipradas, P. Dadhich, N. S. Prasad and L. Srivastava
Interactions between the power and green certificate markets pp. 425-435 Downloads
S. G. Jensen and K. Skytte
Responses to electricity liberalization: the regional strategy of a Chilean generator pp. 437-446 Downloads
Patricio del Sol

Volume 30, issue 4, 2002

CO2 credit or energy credit in emission trading? pp. 263-265 Downloads
Eric Hu
An integrated time-depending feasibility analysis model of wind energy applications in Greece pp. 267-280 Downloads
J. K. Kaldellis
ASEAN tigers and sustainability of energy use--decomposition analysis of energy and CO2 efficiency dynamics pp. 281-292 Downloads
Jyrki Luukkanen and Jari Kaivo-oja
Renewable energy sources project appraisal under uncertainty: the case of wind energy exploitation within a changing energy market environment pp. 293-307 Downloads
Konstantinos Venetsanos, Penelope Angelopoulou and Theocharis Tsoutsos
The economics of the combined cycle gas turbine--an experience curve analysis pp. 309-316 Downloads
Ulrika Claeson Colpier and Deborah Cornland
Escaping carbon lock-in pp. 317-325 Downloads
Gregory C. Unruh
An examination of the effectiveness of the EU minimum standard on cold appliances: the British case pp. 327-332 Downloads
P. Schiellerup
Tradeable carbon permit auctions: How and why to auction not grandfather pp. 333-345 Downloads
Peter Cramton and Suzi Kerr
Reforming Israel's electricity sector pp. 347-353 Downloads
Asher Tishler, Chi-Keung Woo and Debra Lloyd

Volume 30, issue 3, 2002

Energy policy: security of supply, sustainability and competition pp. 173-184 Downloads
Dieter Helm
A critique of renewables policy in the UK pp. 185-188 Downloads
Dieter Helm
Global oil & gas depletion: an overview pp. 189-205 Downloads
R. W. Bentley
Emission trading under the Kyoto Protocol--effects on fossil fuel markets under alternative regimes pp. 207-218 Downloads
Bjart Holtsmark and Ottar Mæstad
Regulatory reform and market development in power sectors of transition economies: the case of Kazakhstan pp. 219-233 Downloads
David Kennedy
New renewable energy developments and the climate change issue: a case study of Norwegian politics pp. 235-243 Downloads
Atle Christer Christiansen
California's electricity market: finally turning the corner? pp. 245-248 Downloads
Fereidoon P. Sioshansi
Embodied energy in buildings: wood versus concrete--reply to Borjesson and Gustavsson pp. 249-255 Downloads
M. Lenzen and G. Treloar
ECEEE 5th summer study pp. 257-259 Downloads
Adriaan Perrels

Volume 30, issue 2, 2002

The Kyoto negotiations on climate change - an arithmetic perspective pp. 83-85 Downloads
J. W. Sun
Foreign direct investment and decoupling between energy and gross domestic product in developing countries pp. 87-89 Downloads
Otavio Mielnik and Jose Goldemberg
Investment cost estimates and investment decisions pp. 91-96 Downloads
Kjetil Emhjellen, Magne Emhjellen and Petter Osmundsen
Energy policy modelling: agenda for developing countries pp. 97-106 Downloads
Rahul Pandey
Using conjoint analysis to quantify public preferences over the environmental impacts of wind farms. An example from Spain pp. 107-116 Downloads
Begona Alvarez-Farizo and Nick Hanley
The demand for electricity in the GCC countries pp. 117-124 Downloads
Abdul Razak F. Al-Faris
Electricity consumption and economic growth in India pp. 125-129 Downloads
Sajal Ghosh
National patterns of research output and priorities in renewable energy pp. 131-136 Downloads
Ali Uzun
The role of exergy in energy policy making pp. 137-149 Downloads
Ibrahim Dincer
Aggregating physical intensity indicators: results of applying the composite indicator approach to the Canadian industrial sector pp. 151-163 Downloads
Mallika Nanduri, John Nyboer and Mark Jaccard
The sufficient condition needed to make CO2 emission intensity lower than energy intensity pp. 165-166 Downloads
J. W. Sun
Sustainability of biomass electricity systems. An assessment of costs, environmental and macro-economic impacts in Nicaragua, Ireland and The Netherlands: van den Broek, R. (Richard); Eburon, Delft, The Netherlands, 2000, 216pp pp. 167-169 Downloads
Dan van der Horst

Volume 30, issue 1, 2002

The new energy crisis: separating threats from hysteria pp. 1-2 Downloads
Michael Lynch
Emission factors for human activity pp. 3-5 Downloads
David A. Coley
Can natural factors explain any cross-country differences in carbon dioxide emissions? pp. 7-12 Downloads
Eric Neumayer
Market potential for Kyoto mechanisms--estimation of global market potential for co-operative greenhouse gas emission reduction policies pp. 13-32 Downloads
Kirsten Halsnaes
Rural electrification programme with solar energy in remote region-a case study in an island pp. 33-42 Downloads
Snigdha Chakrabarti and Subhendu Chakrabarti
Managing climate risks using a tradable contingent security approach pp. 43-51 Downloads
Seabron Adamson and Ambuj Sagar
Forecast errors in IEA-countries' energy consumption pp. 53-61 Downloads
Hans Linderoth
Determinants of emissions growth in OECD countries pp. 63-71 Downloads
Clive Hamilton and Hal Turton
The additionality criterion for identifying clean development mechanism projects under the Kyoto Protocol pp. 73-79 Downloads
Ram M. Shrestha and Govinda Timilsina
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