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Volume 32, issue 18, 2004

Does the Bush Administration's climate policy mean climate protection? pp. 1993-1998 Downloads
Odile Blanchard and James F. Perkaus
CO2 emissions embodied in international trade: evidence for Spain pp. 1999-2005 Downloads
Julio Sanchez-Choliz and Rosa Duarte
Solar systems diffusion in local markets pp. 2007-2018 Downloads
Dimitrios K. Sidiras and Emmanuel G. Koukios
An analysis of the Greek energy system in view of the Kyoto commitments pp. 2019-2033 Downloads
D. Agoris, K. Tigas, G. Giannakidis, F. Siakkis, S. Vassos, N. Vassilakos, V. Kilias and M. Damassiotis
Oil policies and privatization strategies in Mexico: implications for the petrochemical sector and its production spaces pp. 2035-2047 Downloads
Norma Martinez Laguna
Implementation of wind energy in the Netherlands: the importance of the social-institutional setting pp. 2049-2066 Downloads
Susanne Agterbosch, Walter Vermeulen and Pieter Glasbergen
Electricity theft: a comparative analysis pp. 2067-2076 Downloads
Thomas B. Smith
Will OPEC lose from the Kyoto Protocol? pp. 2077-2088 Downloads
Jon Barnett, Suraje Dessai and Michael Webber

Volume 32, issue 17, 2004

Special Edition: Energy policy for a sustainable future pp. 1887-1889 Downloads
Catherine Mitchell
Step changes for decarbonising the energy system: research needs for renewables, energy efficiency and nuclear power pp. 1891-1904 Downloads
Paul Ekins
Technologies and innovation for system change in the UK: status, prospects and system requirements of some leading renewable energy options pp. 1905-1919 Downloads
Robert Gross
New directions for household energy efficiency: evidence from the UK pp. 1921-1933 Downloads
Brenda Boardman
Renewable energy policy in the UK 1990-2003 pp. 1935-1947 Downloads
Catherine Mitchell and Peter Connor
Total cost estimates for large-scale wind scenarios in UK pp. 1949-1956 Downloads
Lewis Dale, David Milborrow, Richard Slark and Goran Strbac
Nuclear power and the characteristics of `ordinariness'--the case of UK energy policy pp. 1957-1965 Downloads
Gordon MacKerron
UK gas security: time to get serious pp. 1967-1979 Downloads
Jonathan Stern
Co-provision in sustainable energy systems: the case of micro-generation pp. 1981-1990 Downloads
Jim Watson

Volume 32, issue 16, 2004

Viewpoint: Mitigation of emissions through energy efficiency standards for room air conditioners in Malaysia pp. 1783-1787 Downloads
T. M. I. Mahlia, H. H. Masjuki, R. Saidur and M. A. Amalina
Towards sustainability: energy efficiency, thermodynamic analysis, and the `two cultures' pp. 1789-1798 Downloads
G.P.Geoffrey P. Hammond
Renewable energy and market-based approaches to greenhouse gas reduction--opportunity or obstacle? pp. 1799-1805 Downloads
Carrie L. Sonneborn
Modelling a district heating system: Introduction of waste incineration, policy instruments and co-operation with an industry pp. 1807-1817 Downloads
Kristina Holmgren and Alemayehu Gebremedhin
Cost-benefit analysis of implementing minimum energy efficiency standards for household refrigerator-freezers in Malaysia pp. 1819-1824 Downloads
T. M. I. Mahlia, H. H. Masjuki, R. Saidur and M. A. Amalina
The near-term impacts of carbon mitigation policies on manufacturing industries pp. 1825-1841 Downloads
Richard Morgenstern, Mun Ho, Jhih-Shyang Shih and Xuehua Zhang
WAP explained pp. 1843-1860 Downloads
Mark J. Kaiser and A.G.Allan G. Pulsipher
Environmental policy-making in a difficult context: motorized two-wheeled vehicle emissions in India pp. 1861-1877 Downloads
Madhav G. Badami
Oil supply insecurity: control versus damage costs pp. 1879-1882 Downloads
A.D.Anthony D. Owen
The more you put in, the less you get out: (Energy Services--Brussels 27-28th March 2003) pp. 1883-1884 Downloads
Zoltan Zavody

Volume 32, issue 15, 2004

Scenarios for a robust policy mix: the final report of the German study commission on sustainable energy supply pp. 1673-1678 Downloads
P. Hennicke
Experiments with a methodology to model the role of R&D expenditures in energy technology learning processes; first results pp. 1679-1692 Downloads
Asami Miketa and Leo Schrattenholzer
Electricity access for geographically disadvantaged rural communities--technology and policy insights pp. 1693-1705 Downloads
Akanksha Chaurey, Malini Ranganathan and Parimita Mohanty
Bioenergy policy and market development in Finland and Sweden pp. 1707-1721 Downloads
Karin Ericsson, Suvi Huttunen, L.J.Lars J. Nilsson and Per Svenningsson
An analysis of cross-sectional variations in total household energy requirements in India using micro survey data pp. 1723-1735 Downloads
Shonali Pachauri
Opportunity for inter-regional integration of electricity markets: the case of Shandong and Shanghai in East China pp. 1737-1751 Downloads
Edgard Gnansounou and Jun Dong
What causes the disparity of electricity externality estimates? pp. 1753-1766 Downloads
Thomas Sundqvist
Lessons from deregulation in Colombia: successes, failures and the way ahead pp. 1767-1780 Downloads
Erik R. Larsen, Isaac Dyner, Leonardo Bedoya V. and Carlos Jaime Franco

Volume 32, issue 14, 2004

Growth curves for long-term global CO2 emission reduction analysis pp. 1569-1572 Downloads
B. W. Ang
Distributed generation: remote power systems with advanced storage technologies pp. 1573-1589 Downloads
Woodrow Clark and William Isherwood
Deregulated power prices: comparison of volatility pp. 1591-1601 Downloads
Ying Li and Peter C. Flynn
Harvesting and redistributing renewable energy: on the role of gas and electricity grids to overcome intermittency through the generation and storage of hydrogen pp. 1603-1614 Downloads
Dennis Anderson and Matthew Leach
Energy and exergy use in public and private sector of Saudi Arabia pp. 1615-1624 Downloads
I. Dincer, M. M. Hussain and I. Al-Zaharnah
Notions on learning applied to wind turbine development in the Netherlands and Denmark pp. 1625-1637 Downloads
Linda M. Kamp, Ruud E. H. M. Smits and Cornelis D. Andriesse
The effect of wind power on CO2 abatement in the Nordic Countries pp. 1639-1652 Downloads
Hannele Holttinen and Sami Tuhkanen
A theoretical prediction of non-methane gaseous emissions from natural gas combustion pp. 1653-1665 Downloads
J. A. Sonibare and F. A. Akeredolu
Energy revolution: policies for a sustainable future: Howard Geller, Island Press, Washington, DC, 2003, 289pp., ISBN 1-55963-965-2 pp. 1667-1668 Downloads
Paul Craig
Climate change and power: economic instruments for European electricity: Christian Vrolijk (Ed.), Earthscan, London, 2002, 310pp, price [pound sign] 35, ISBN 1-85383-822-5 pp. 1668-1670 Downloads
Axel Michaelowa

Volume 32, issue 13, 2004

Measuring international electricity integration: a comparative study of the power systems under the Nordic Council, MERCOSUR, and NAFTA pp. 1457-1475 Downloads
Pierre-Olivier Pineau, Anil Hira and Karl Froschauer
The costs and benefits of early action before Kyoto compliance pp. 1477-1486 Downloads
Haoran Pan and Denise Van Regemorter
Electricity industry reforms in the Philippines pp. 1487-1497 Downloads
Deepak Sharma, Sonia E. Madamba and Ma. Rosario L. Chan
Comments on the Brazilian Proposal and contributions to global temperature increase with different climate responses--CO2 emissions due to fossil fuels, CO2 emissions due to land use change pp. 1499-1510 Downloads
Luiz Pinguelli Rosa, Suzana Kahn Ribeiro, Maria Silvia Muylaert and Christiano Pires de Campos
The European Union balancing between CO2 reduction commitments and growth policies: decomposition analyses pp. 1511-1530 Downloads
Jari Kaivo-oja and Jyrki Luukkanen
The role of the four electric power sectors in the Korean national economy: an input-output analysis pp. 1531-1543 Downloads
Sang-Yong Han, Seung-Hoon Yoo and Seung-Jun Kwak
The learning potential of photovoltaics: implications for energy policy pp. 1545-1554 Downloads
Bob van der Zwaan and Ari Rabl
Emissions accounting for use and supply of electricity in the Nordic market pp. 1555-1564 Downloads
Jorgen Sjodin and Stefan Gronkvist

Volume 32, issue 12, 2004

Challenges when electricity markets face the investment phase pp. 1355-1362 Downloads
Dominique Finon, Tor Arnt Johnsen and Atle Midttun
Economics of clean development mechanism power projects under alternative approaches for setting baseline emissions pp. 1363-1374 Downloads
Ram M. Shrestha and Rabin Shrestha
Process industry energy retrofits: the importance of emission baselines for greenhouse gas reductions pp. 1375-1388 Downloads
Anders Adahl, Simon Harvey and Thore Berntsson
On the predictive accuracy of crude oil futures prices pp. 1389-1393 Downloads
Salah Abosedra and Hamid Baghestani
Residential energy use: an international perspective on long-term trends in Denmark, Norway and Sweden pp. 1395-1404 Downloads
Fridtjof Unander, Ingunn Ettestol, Mike Ting and Lee Schipper
REFIT and RPS: options for a harmonised Community framework pp. 1405-1414 Downloads
Volkmar Lauber
Economic potential of natural gas-fired cogeneration--analysis of Brazil's chemical industry pp. 1415-1428 Downloads
Alexandre Salem Szklo, Jeferson Borghetti Soares and Mauricio Tiomno Tolmasquim
The welfare effects of different pricing schemes for electricity distribution in Finland pp. 1429-1435 Downloads
Maria Kopsakangas-Savolainen
Policies for advancing energy efficiency and renewable energy use in Brazil pp. 1437-1450 Downloads
Howard Geller, Roberto Schaeffer, Alexandre Szklo and Mauricio Tolmasquim
Society, behaviour and climate change mitigation: Eberhard Jochem, Jayant Sathaye and Daniel Bouille (Eds.); Kluwer, Dordrecht, 2000, 237pp, ISBN 0-7923-6802-9, 89 Euro pp. 1451-1452 Downloads
Axel Michaelowa
Erratum to "OPEC's optimal crude oil price": [Energy policy 32 (2004) 269] pp. 1452-1453 Downloads
Manfred Horn

Volume 32, issue 11, 2004

The Kyoto protocol--a victim of supply security?: or: if Maslow were in energy politics pp. 1253-1256 Downloads
Christoph W. Frei
Inequality of energy intensities across OECD countries: a note pp. 1257-1260 Downloads
Vicent Alcantara and Juan Duro
Regulatory performance analysis case study: Britain's electricity industry pp. 1261-1276 Downloads
Ricardo Gorini de Oliveira and Mauricio Tiomno Tolmasquim
Reorganization of the power distribution sector in India pp. 1277-1289 Downloads
Rafiq Dossani
The impact of IT investment on energy: Japan and US comparison in 2010 pp. 1291-1301 Downloads
Kae Takase and Yasuhiro Murota
Multiproject baselines for evaluation of electric power projects pp. 1303-1317 Downloads
Jayant Sathaye, Scott Murtishaw, Lynn Price, Maurice Lefranc, Joyashree Roy, Harald Winkler and Randall Spalding-Fecher
Policy alternatives in reforming energy utilities in developing countries pp. 1319-1337 Downloads
Alberto Gabriele
Energy education: breaking up the rational energy use barriers pp. 1339-1347 Downloads
Rubens A. Dias, Cristiano R. Mattos and Jose A. P. Balestieri
The cost of climate policy: M. Jaccard, J. Nyboer and B. Sadownik; UBC Press, 2002 pp. 1349-1350 Downloads
David Reiner
Rejoinder to book review pp. 1351-1350 Downloads
M. K. Jaccard

Volume 32, issue 10, 2004

Decision support for energy conservation promotion:: an analytic hierarchy process approach pp. 1151-1158 Downloads
M. M. Kablan
Energy policy options--from the perspective of public attitudes and risk perceptions pp. 1159-1171 Downloads
Mattias Viklund
A decision model for financial assurance instruments in the upstream petroleum sector pp. 1173-1184 Downloads
Doneivan Ferreira, Saul Suslick, Joshua Farley, Robert Costanza and Sergey Krivov
Action plan for wind energy development in the Canary Islands pp. 1185-1197 Downloads
R. Calero and J. A. Carta
Can photovoltaic technologies help attain sustainable rural development in Bangladesh? pp. 1199-1207 Downloads
Wahidul K. Biswas, Mark Diesendorf and Paul Bryce
Long-term infrastructure forecasting in the Gulf of Mexico: a decision- and resource-based approach pp. 1209-1224 Downloads
Mark J. Kaiser, Dmitry V. Mesyanzhinov and Allan G. Pulsipher
Energy for sustainable development in China pp. 1225-1229 Downloads
Ni Weidou and Thomas B Johansson
Hydrogen from renewable resources--the hundred year commitment pp. 1231-1242 Downloads
Kerry-Ann Adamson
Uzbekistan, an expanding and capital-hungry economy: specific inter-related opportunities in energy, IT and agriculture pp. 1243-1245 Downloads
Malika Saidkhodjaeva
A development perspective for biomass-fuelled electricity generation technologies. Economic technology assessment in view of sustainability: Roland V. Siemons, The Netherlands, 2002 pp. 1247-1249 Downloads
Hans-Henrik Lindbo and Wolfgang Mostert

Volume 32, issue 9, 2004

California's electricity crisis: a market apart? pp. 1045-1052 Downloads
James Bushnell
Renewable electricity in the Netherlands pp. 1053-1073 Downloads
M. Junginger, S. Agterbosch, A. Faaij and W. Turkenburg
Pricing of Contracts for Difference in the Nordic market pp. 1075-1085 Downloads
Tarjei Kristiansen
Stimulating R&D of industrial energy-efficient technology. Policy lessons--impulse technology pp. 1087-1108 Downloads
Esther Luiten and Kornelis Blok
State responsibility and compensation for climate change damages--a legal and economic assessment pp. 1109-1130 Downloads
Richard Tol and Roda Verheyen
Decomposition analysis for policymaking in energy:: which is the preferred method? pp. 1131-1139 Downloads
B. W. Ang
How adequate policies can push renewables pp. 1141-1146 Downloads
Jose Goldemberg, Suani Teixeira Coelho and Oswaldo Lucon
Corrigendum to "Deregulated power prices: comparison of diurnal patterns" [Energy Policy 32 (2004) 657-672] pp. 1147-1148 Downloads
Ying Li and Peter C. Flynn

Volume 32, issue 8, 2004

Energy efficiency fallacies--a postscript pp. 945-947 Downloads
Leonard Brookes
Technical and economical analysis of an induced demand in the photovoltaic sector pp. 949-960 Downloads
Umberto Ciorba, Francesco Pauli and Pietro Menna
How should greenhouse gas permits be allocated in the EU? pp. 961-968 Downloads
Morten Vesterdal and Gert Svendsen
Energy and emission monitoring for policy use Trend analysis with reconstructed energy balances pp. 969-988 Downloads
P. G. M. Boonekamp
Empirical assessment of energy-price policies: the case for cross-price elasticities pp. 989-1000 Downloads
Manuel Frondel
Mitigation policies for energy related greenhouse gas emissions in Cyprus: the potential role of natural gas imports pp. 1001-1011 Downloads
S. Mirasgedis, Y. Sarafidis, E. Georgopoulou, D. P. Lalas and C. Papastavros
Joint implementation: methodology and policy considerations pp. 1013-1023 Downloads
Klaus Illum and Niels I Meyer
Do customer information programs reduce household electricity demand?--the Irish program pp. 1025-1032 Downloads
Uwe Dulleck and Sylvia Kaufmann
Testing times: the future of the Scandinavian electricity industry: ECON Centre for Economic Analysis. ECON Report 68/02, Oslo, Norway, 231pp pp. 1033-1035 Downloads
Tor Arnt Johnsen
Crude power: politics and the oil market: Oystein Noreng, I.B. Tauris, London, 2002, 254pp., $65.00 pp. 1036-1038 Downloads
Youngho Chang
"Green energy in Europe--strategic prospects to 2010": Ecofys/Greenprices Rolf de Vos (Ed.); Reuters Business Insight, London, 2002, 187pp pp. 1038-1039 Downloads
Reinhard Haas
Corrigendum to "The potential of solar electric power for meeting future US energy needs: a comparison or projections of solar electric energy generation and Arctic National Wildlife Refuge oil production" [Energy Policy 32 (2004) 289-297] pp. 1039-1041 Downloads
John Byrne, Lado Kurdgelashvili, Daniele Poponi and Allen Barnett

Volume 32, issue 7, 2004

Policy differences in the promotion of renewable energies in the EU member states pp. 843-849 Downloads
Danyel Reiche and Mischa Bechberger
Hong Kong's electricity market beyond 2008 pp. 851-854 Downloads
Pun-Lee Lam
How much do electricity tariff increases in Ukraine hurt the poor? pp. 855-863 Downloads
Boris Dodonov, Petra Opitz and Wolfgang Pfaffenberger
Investigation of Greek wind energy market time-evolution pp. 865-879 Downloads
J. K. Kaldellis
Replacing diesel by solar in the Amazon: short-term economic feasibility of PV-diesel hybrid systems pp. 881-898 Downloads
Aloisio Leoni Schmid and Carlos Augusto Amaral Hoffmann
Joint implementation in energy between the EU and Russia Out look and potential pp. 899-914 Downloads
F. Laroui, E. Tellegen and K. Tourilova
Thermo-power in Brazil: diagnosis of control and monitoring of gas emissions pp. 915-927 Downloads
Edna Elias Xavier, Alessandra Magrini, Luiz Pinguelli Rosa and Marco Aurelio dos Santos
Efficiency versus cost of alternative fuels from renewable resources: outlining decision parameters pp. 929-935 Downloads
Sanjay Kaul and Raphael Edinger
Towards an energy policy: Dieter Helm (Ed.), OXERA publications, 2002 pp. 937-939 Downloads
C. Waddams
Corrigendum to "Power sector reform in developing countries: mismatched agendas" [Energy Policy 31 (2003) 1273-1289] pp. 939-941 Downloads
Neiji Wamukonya

Volume 32, issue 6, 2004

Renewable energy--traditional biomass vs. modern biomass pp. 711-714 Downloads
Jose Goldemberg and Suani Teixeira Coelho
Energy security and global climate change mitigation pp. 715-718 Downloads
Hillard Huntington and Stephen Brown
Design of coordinated energy and environmental policies: use of multi-criteria decision-making pp. 721-735 Downloads
Lorna Greening and Steve Bernow
Emissions trading and competitiveness: pros and cons of relative and absolute schemes pp. 737-745 Downloads
Onno Kuik and Machiel Mulder
Thailand's solar white elephants: an analysis of 15 yr of solar battery charging programmes in northern Thailand pp. 747-760 Downloads
Donna Green
Local and regional greenhouse gas management pp. 761-771 Downloads
P. D. Fleming and P. H. Webber
Diffusion of energy-saving innovations in industry and the built environment: Dutch studies as inputs for a more integrated analytical framework pp. 773-784 Downloads
Carel Dieperink, Iemy Brand and Walter Vermeulen
Conflict over biomass energy development in the United Kingdom: some observations and lessons from England and Wales pp. 785-800 Downloads
Bishnu Raj Upreti
Biomass energy technologies for rural infrastructure and village power--opportunities and challenges in the context of global climate change concerns pp. 801-810 Downloads
V. V. N. Kishore, Preety M. Bhandari and Pratul Gupta
Daily oil losses in shipping crude oil: measuring crude oil loss rates in daily North Sea shipping operations pp. 811-822 Downloads
Rohit Bhatia and John Dinwoodie
Economic impact of regulatory reforms in the electricity supply industry: a panel data analysis for OECD countries pp. 823-832 Downloads
Toru Hattori and Miki Tsutsui
How to promote renewable energy systems successfully and effectively pp. 833-839 Downloads
R. Haas, W. Eichhammer, C. Huber, O. Langniss, A. Lorenzoni, Reinhard Madlener, Philippe Menanteau, P. -E. Morthorst, A. Martins, A. Oniszk, Joachim Schleich, A. Smith, Z. Vass and A. Verbruggen

Volume 32, issue 5, 2004

CO2 emission from energy use in India: a decomposition analysis pp. 585-593 Downloads
Shyamal Paul and Rabindra Nath Bhattacharya
An analysis of CO2 emissions of Japanese industries during the period between 1985 and 1995 pp. 595-610 Downloads
Nobuko Yabe
Estimating the price of tradable permits for greenhouse gas emissions in 2008-12 pp. 611-621 Downloads
Urs Springer and Matthew Varilek
Geothermal energy sources for water production--socio-economic effects and people's wishes on Milos island: a case study pp. 623-633 Downloads
E. Manologlou, P. Tsartas and A. Markou
Managing electricity procurement cost and risk by a local distribution company pp. 635-645 Downloads
Chi-Keung Woo, Rouslan I. Karimov and Ira Horowitz
Assessment of energy efficiency options in the building sector of Lebanon pp. 647-655 Downloads
Riad B. Chedid and Raymond F. Ghajar
Deregulated power prices: comparison of diurnal patterns pp. 657-672 Downloads
Ying Li and Peter C. Flynn
Cross-subsidy in electricity tariffs: evidence from India pp. 673-684 Downloads
Pradip Chattopadhyay
Greening London's black cabs: a study of driver's preferences for fuel cell taxis pp. 685-695 Downloads
Susana Mourato, Bob Saynor and David Hart
Must developing countries commit quantified targets? Time flexibility and equity in climate change mitigation pp. 697-704 Downloads
Taishi Sugiyama and Liu Deshun
Authors' response to the critique of "Public goods and private interests: understanding non-residential demand for green power", by Lawrence Haar and Lamra N. Stanciu pp. 705-708 Downloads
Ryan Wiser, Meredith Fowlie and Ed Holt

Volume 32, issue 4, 2004

The challenging economic and social issues of climate change: introduction pp. 443-446 Downloads
ZhongXiang Zhang
US rejection of the Kyoto Protocol: the impact on compliance costs and CO2 emissions pp. 447-454 Downloads
Alan Manne and Richard Richels
Climate coalitions and international trade: assessment of cooperation incentives by issue linkage pp. 455-465 Downloads
Claudia Kemfert
Estimates of the costs of Kyoto: Marrakesh versus the McKibbin-Wilcoxen blueprint pp. 467-479 Downloads
Warwick McKibbin and Peter Wilcoxen
The safety valve and climate policy pp. 481-491 Downloads
Henry D. Jacoby and A. Denny Ellerman
Greenhouse gas emissions in Norway: do carbon taxes work? pp. 493-505 Downloads
Annegrete Bruvoll and Bodil Merethe Larsen
What do we know about carbon taxes? An inquiry into their impacts on competitiveness and distribution of income pp. 507-518 Downloads
ZhongXiang Zhang and Andrea Baranzini
Uncertain discount rates in climate policy analysis pp. 519-529 Downloads
Richard Newell and William Pizer
On the quality of compliance mechanisms in the Kyoto Protocol pp. 531-544 Downloads
Andries Nentjes and Ger Klaassen
Baseline recommendations for greenhouse gas mitigation projects in the electric power sector pp. 545-566 Downloads
Sivan Kartha, Michael Lazarus and Martina Bosi
Co-benefits of climate policy--lessons learned from a study in Shanxi, China pp. 567-581 Downloads
Kristin Aunan, Jinghua Fang, Haakon Vennemo, Kenneth Oye and Hans M. Seip

Volume 32, issue 3, 2004

A proposal for transmission pricing methodology in Thailand based on electricity tracing and long-run average incremental cost pp. 301-308 Downloads
T. Limpasuwan, J. W. Bialek, W. Ongsakul and B. Limmeechokchai
The guidelines for state policy of energy efficiency in Lithuania pp. 309-320 Downloads
Valentinas Klevas and Renatas Minkstimas
Slow, slow, quick, quick, slow:: Saudi Arabia's `Gas Initiative' pp. 321-333 Downloads
Philip Robins
Efficiency and regulation of the Slovenian electricity distribution companies pp. 335-344 Downloads
Massimo Filippini, Nevenka Hrovatin and Jelena Zoric
Integration of national and regional energy development programs in Baltic States pp. 345-355 Downloads
V. Klevas and M. Antinucci
Medium-range planning economics of future electrical-power generation options pp. 357-366 Downloads
J. O. Jaber, A. Al-Sarkhi, B. A. Akash and M. S. Mohsen
Fossil electricity and CO2 sequestration: how natural gas prices, initial conditions and retrofits determine the cost of controlling CO2 emissions pp. 367-382 Downloads
Timothy L. Johnson and David W. Keith
Energy sustainability and global warming in Spain pp. 383-394 Downloads
Felix Hernandez, Miguel Angel Gual, Pablo Del Rio and Alejandro Caparros
Implications of changes in household stoves and fuel use in China pp. 395-411 Downloads
Rufus D. Edwards, Kirk R. Smith, Junfeng Zhang and Yuqing Ma
Carbon exergy tax: a thermo-economic method to increase the efficient use of exergy resources pp. 413-427 Downloads
Massimo Gian Luca Santarelli
Elasticities of electricity demand in urban Indian households pp. 429-436 Downloads
Massimo Filippini and Shonali Pachauri
The solar economy: renewable energy for a sustainable global future: Hermann Scheer; Earthscan Publications Ltd., London, September 2002, 347pp., price [pound sign]17.99, ISBN: 1-85383-835-7 pp. 437-439 Downloads
Claus Huber

Volume 32, issue 2, 2004

Energy rent and public policy: an analysis of the Canadian coal industry pp. 151-163 Downloads
Thomas Gunton
Tradable green certificates in Flanders (Belgium) pp. 165-176 Downloads
Aviel Verbruggen
Comparison of energy intensities in European Union countries. Results of a structural decomposition analysis pp. 177-189 Downloads
Vicent Alcantara and Rosa Duarte
The potential economic and environmental impact of a Public Benefit Fund in Louisiana pp. 191-206 Downloads
Mark J. Kaiser, Allan G. Pulsipher and Robert H. Baumann
Quantifying the severity of fuel poverty, its relationship with poor housing and reasons for non-investment in energy-saving measures in Ireland pp. 207-220 Downloads
John D. Healy and J. Peter Clinch
Electricity: taxes on emission liabilities. An examination of the economic effectiveness of Polluter Pays Principles pp. 221-235 Downloads
Akim M. Rahman and Clive A. Edwards
US lessons for energy industry restructuring: based on natural gas and California electricity incidences pp. 237-259 Downloads
Won-Woo Lee
Principles of green accounting for renewable and nonrenewable energy resources pp. 261-267 Downloads
Robert Cairns
OPEC's optimal crude oil price pp. 269-280 Downloads
Manfred Horn
Dynamic energy analysis to assess maximum growth rates in developing power generation capacity: case study of India pp. 281-287 Downloads
Jyotirmay Mathur, Narendra Kumar Bansal and Hermann-Joseph Wagner
The potential of solar electric power for meeting future US energy needs: a comparison of projections of solar electric energy generation and Arctic National Wildlife Refuge oil production pp. 289-297 Downloads
John Byrne, Lado Kurdgelashvili, Daniele Poponi and Allen Barnett

Volume 32, issue 1, 2004

Firewood consumption pattern of different tribal communities in Northeast India pp. 1-6 Downloads
B. P. Bhatt and M. S. Sachan
Societal lifecycle costs of cars with alternative fuels/engines pp. 7-27 Downloads
Joan M. Ogden, Robert H. Williams and Eric D. Larson
Implementation of manure digestion and co-combustion in the Dutch electricity regime: a multi-level analysis of market implementation in the Netherlands pp. 29-39 Downloads
R. P. J. M. Raven
Conversion factors and oil statistics pp. 41-45 Downloads
Sohbet Karbuz
Electricity consumption and economic growth in China pp. 47-54 Downloads
Alice Shiu and Pun-Lee Lam
The power sector in China and India: greenhouse gas emissions reduction potential and scenarios for 1990-2020 pp. 55-76 Downloads
Carolien Kroeze, Jaklien Vlasblom, Joyeeta Gupta, Christiaan Boudri and Kornelis Blok
Effects of NYMEX trading on IPE Brent Crude futures markets: a duration analysis pp. 77-82 Downloads
Sharon Xiaowen Lin and Michael N. Tamvakis
CO2 mitigation and power generation implications of clean supply-side and demand-side technologies in Thailand pp. 83-90 Downloads
Somporn Tanatvanit, Bundit Limmeechokchai and Ram M. Shrestha
Thermopower generation investment in Brazil--economic conditions pp. 91-100 Downloads
Ajax Moreira, Katia Rocha and Pedro David
Fuel cell system economics: comparing the costs of generating power with stationary and motor vehicle PEM fuel cell systems pp. 101-125 Downloads
Timothy E. Lipman, Jennifer L. Edwards and Daniel M. Kammen
On the economics of electricity consumption in small island developing states: a role for renewable energy technologies? pp. 127-140 Downloads
Daniel Weisser
CO2-reduction in housing--experiences in building and urban renewal projects in The Netherlands: Jochem Van der Waals, Rozenberg, The Netherlands 2001 pp. 141-142 Downloads
Mats Nilsson
Technological change and the environment: Arnulf Grubler, Nebojsa Nakicenovic and William D. Nordhaus (Eds.); Resources for the Future, Washington, DC and International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria, 2002 pp. 143-147 Downloads
F. L. Toth
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