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Volume 34, issue 18, 2006

Energy risk management and value at risk modeling pp. 3367-3373 Downloads
Mehdi Sadeghi and Saeed Shavvalpour
The impact of large-scale energy storage requirements on the choice between electricity and hydrogen as the major energy carrier in a non-fossil renewables-only scenario pp. 3374-3376 Downloads
Alvin O. Converse
When should we use strategic oil stocks? pp. 3377-3386 Downloads
Sarah A. Emerson
Energy access problem of the poor in India: Is rural electrification a remedy? pp. 3387-3397 Downloads
Subhes C. Bhattacharyya
Some aspects on hydraulic energy and environment in Turkey pp. 3398-3401 Downloads
Huseyin Salvarli
Perspectives of Stirling engines use for distributed generation in Brazil pp. 3402-3408 Downloads
Maria Eugenia Corria, Vladimir Melian Cobas and Electo Silva Lora
Internalisation of external costs in the Polish power generation sector: A partial equilibrium model pp. 3409-3422 Downloads
Mariusz Kudelko
Public perceptions of underground coal gasification in the United Kingdom pp. 3423-3433 Downloads
Simon Shackley, Sarah Mander and Alexander Reiche
Interactions between electricity-saving measures and carbon emissions from power generation in England and Wales pp. 3434-3446 Downloads
R. Bettle, C.H. Pout and E.R. Hitchin
An empirical analysis of energy demand in Namibia pp. 3447-3463 Downloads
G. De Vita, K. Endresen and Lester Hunt
One size fits all? Policy instruments should fit the segments of target groups pp. 3464-3474 Downloads
C. Egmond, R. Jonkers and G. Kok
An evaluation of errors in US energy forecasts: 1982-2003 pp. 3475-3483 Downloads
James J. Winebrake and Denys Sakva
The expansion of renewable energies and employment effects in Germany pp. 3484-3494 Downloads
Bernhard Hillebrand, Hans Georg Buttermann, Jean Marc Behringer and Michaela Bleuel
Selective hedging strategies for oil stockpiling pp. 3495-3504 Downloads
Won-Cheol Yun
The role of energy efficiency in reducing Scottish and UK CO2 emissions pp. 3505-3515 Downloads
Nick Kelly
Ocean carbon sinks and international climate policy pp. 3516-3526 Downloads
Katrin Rehdanz, Richard Tol and Patrick Wetzel
Integrated energy markets and varying degrees of liberalisation: Price links, bundled sales and CHP production exemplified by Northern European experiences pp. 3527-3537 Downloads
Henrik Klinge Jacobsen, Peter Fristrup and Jesper Munksgaard
Use of economic instruments in the German renewable electricity policy pp. 3538-3548 Downloads
Paolo Agnolucci
Dynamics of energy-related CO2 emissions in China during 1980 to 2002: The relative importance of energy supply-side and demand-side effects pp. 3549-3572 Downloads
Libo Wu, Shinji Kaneko and Shunji Matsuoka
The causal relationship between electricity consumption and economic growth in the ASEAN countries pp. 3573-3582 Downloads
S.-H. Yoo
On the substitution of energy sources: Prospective of the natural gas market share in the Brazilian urban transportation and dwelling sectors pp. 3583-3590 Downloads
A. Kamimura, S.M.G. Guerra and I.L. Sauer
Adaptations of renewable energy policies to unstable macroeconomic situations--Case study: Wind power in Brazil pp. 3591-3598 Downloads
Johannes M. Kissel and Stefan C.W. Krauter
Decomposition analysis of CO2 emission intensity between oil-producing and non-oil-producing sub-Saharan African countries pp. 3599-3611 Downloads
Obas John Ebohon and Anthony Jekwu Ikeme
New approaches for household energy conservation--In search of personal household energy budgets and energy reduction options pp. 3612-3622 Downloads
Rene M.J. Benders, Rixt Kok, Henri C. Moll, Gerwin Wiersma and Klaas Jan Noorman
Green energy strategies for sustainable development pp. 3623-3633 Downloads
Adnan Midilli, Ibrahim Dincer and Murat Ay
Real-time pricing with ramping costs: A new approach to managing a steep change in electricity demand pp. 3634-3643 Downloads
Makoto Tanaka
Short- and long-run effects between oil consumption and economic growth in China pp. 3644-3655 Downloads
Gaolu Zou and K.W. Chau
Climate policy: Bucket or drainer? pp. 3656-3668 Downloads
Vlasis Oikonomou, Martin Patel and Ernst Worrell
Consumers in the green electricity market in Finland pp. 3669-3683 Downloads
Suvi Salmela and Vilja Varho
Renewable energy sources in the Colombian energy policy, analysis and perspectives pp. 3684-3690 Downloads
B.J. Ruiz and V. Rodriguez-Padilla
Toward an effective implementation of clean development mechanism projects in China pp. 3691-3701 Downloads
ZhongXiang Zhang
Analysis of the effect and potential of energy conservation in China pp. 3702-3708 Downloads
Jiankun He, Bin Liu and Aling Zhang
A critical review of Iran's buyback contracts pp. 3709-3718 Downloads
Willem Groenendaal and Mohammad Mazraati
Enhancing renewable energy in the Arab States of the Gulf: Constraints & efforts pp. 3719-3726 Downloads
Konstantinos D. Patlitzianas, Haris Doukas and John Psarras
Photovoltaic projects for decentralized power supply in India: A financial evaluation pp. 3727-3738 Downloads
M.R. Nouni, S.C. Mullick and T.C. Kandpal
Lock-in and change: Distributed generation in Denmark in a long-term perspective pp. 3739-3748 Downloads
Erik van der Vleuten and Rob Raven
Flexibility valuation in the Brazilian power system: A real options approach pp. 3749-3756 Downloads
Juliana de Moraes Marreco and Lucio Guido Tapia Carpio
A new energy planning methodology for the penetration of renewable energy technologies in electricity sector--application for the island of Crete pp. 3757-3764 Downloads
E. Tsioliaridou, G.C. Bakos and Manfred Stadler
Evaluation of potential cost reductions from improved amine-based CO2 capture systems pp. 3765-3772 Downloads
Anand B. Rao, Edward S. Rubin, David W. Keith and M. Granger Morgan
European energy security: Towards the creation of the geo-energy space pp. 3773-3786 Downloads
Aurelia Mane-Estrada
Household energy preferences for cooking in urban Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso pp. 3787-3795 Downloads
Boukary Ouedraogo
A regression analysis of the effect of energy use in agriculture pp. 3796-3800 Downloads
Osman Karkacier, Z. Gokalp Goktolga and Adnan Cicek
Integrated resource planning in the power sector and economy-wide changes in environmental emissions pp. 3801-3811 Downloads
Ram M. Shrestha and Charles O.P. Marpaung
Dynamic simulation model of a coal thermoelectric plant with a flue gas desulphurisation system pp. 3812-3826 Downloads
Antonio Caselles-Moncho, Liliana Ferrandiz-Serrano and Eduardo Peris-Mora
Credit risk in the pool--implications for private capital investments in Brazilian power generation pp. 3827-3835 Downloads
Katia Rocha and Francisco A. Alcaraz Garcia
Forecasting production of fossil fuel sources in Turkey using a comparative regression and ARIMA model pp. 3836-3846 Downloads
Volkan Ediger, Sertac Akar and Berkin Ugurlu
The synthesis of bottom-up and top-down approaches to climate policy modeling: Electric power technologies and the cost of limiting US CO2 emissions pp. 3847-3869 Downloads
Ian Sue Wing
Energy consumption and CO2 emissions in Turkey: Empirical analysis and future projection based on an economic growth pp. 3870-3876 Downloads
Nuriye Peker Say and Muzaffer Yucel
Investment prospects for geothermal power in El Salvador's electricity market pp. 3877-3886 Downloads
Jun Abraham
Danish and Norwegian wind industry: The relationship between policy instruments, innovation and diffusion pp. 3887-3897 Downloads
Jorund Buen
Firing the furnace? An econometric analysis of utilities' fuel choice pp. 3898-3909 Downloads
Harald Tauchmann
The impact of oil prices on GDP in European countries: An empirical investigation based on asymmetric cointegration pp. 3910-3915 Downloads
Sandrine Lardic and Valérie Mignon
Option value of gasification technology within an emissions trading scheme pp. 3916-3928 Downloads
Harri Laurikka
Innovative energy technologies and climate policy in Germany pp. 3929-3941 Downloads
Katja Schumacher and Ronald Sands
Combined heat and power in the Swedish district heating sector--impact of green certificates and CO2 trading on new investments pp. 3942-3952 Downloads
David Knutsson, Sven Werner and Erik O. Ahlgren
Bio-energy in the Baltic States: Current policy and future development pp. 3953-3964 Downloads
Vaclovas Miskinis, Gunta Slihta and Ylo Rudi
Feebates: An effective regulatory instrument for cost-constrained environmental policy pp. 3965-3976 Downloads
Kenneth C. Johnson
Evaluation of methods used to determine realized energy savings pp. 3977-3992 Downloads
Piet G.M. Boonekamp
Are subsidies for biodiesel economically efficient? pp. 3993-4001 Downloads
Charles Wassell and Timothy P. Dittmer
Next allocation phase of the EU emissions trading scheme: How tough will the future be? pp. 4002-4023 Downloads
E. Georgopoulou, Y. Sarafidis, S. Mirasgedis and D.P. Lalas
Technological learning in bioenergy systems pp. 4024-4041 Downloads
Martin Junginger, Erika de Visser, Kurt Hjort-Gregersen, Joris Koornneef, Rob Raven, Andre Faaij and Wim Turkenburg
A strategy and protocol to increase diffusion of energy related innovations into the mainstream of housing associations pp. 4042-4049 Downloads
C. Egmond, R. Jonkers and G. Kok
Diversity and security in UK electricity generation: The influence of low-carbon objectives pp. 4050-4062 Downloads
Michael Grubb, Lucy Butler and Paul Twomey
The role of CO2 embodiment in US-China trade pp. 4063-4068 Downloads
Bin Shui and Robert C. Harriss
Achieving global environmental benefits through local development of clean energy? The case of small hilly hydel in India pp. 4069-4080 Downloads
V. Ratna Reddy, Juha I. Uitto, Dirk R. Frans and Nilufar Matin
Changing energy profiles and consumption patterns following electrification in five rural villages, South Africa pp. 4081-4092 Downloads
M. Madubansi and C.M. Shackleton
Baseline for electricity sector CDM projects: Simplifying estimation of operating margin emission factor pp. 4093-4102 Downloads
Sudhir Sharma and Ram M. Shrestha
LNG as a strategy to establish developing countries' gas markets: The Brazilian case pp. 4103-4114 Downloads
Carlos Alberto Rechelo Neto and Ildo Luis Sauer
Comparing price forecast accuracy of natural gas models and futures markets pp. 4115-4122 Downloads
Gabrielle Wong-Parodi, Larry Dale and Alex Lekov
H. Khatib, Economic Evaluation of Projects in the Electricity Supply Industry, Institution of Electrical Engineers, London (2003) ISBN 0-86341-304-8 (216 pp.) pp. 4123-4124 Downloads
Paul Komor
Peter W. Huber and Mark P. Mills, The Bottomless Well: The Twilight of Fuel, The Virtue of Waste, and Why We Will Never Run Out of Energy, Basic Books, New York, NY (2005) 214pp., $26, Hardcover pp. 4124-4125 Downloads
Fereidoon P. Sioshansi
W. Kininmonth, Climate Change: A Natural Hazard, Multi-Science Publishing Company, Essex, UK (2004) ISBN 0 906522 26 9 Paperback price [pound sign]39 pp. 4125-4128 Downloads
Obas John Ebohon
P. Meier and M. Munasinghe, Editors, Sustainable Energy in Developing Countries, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, UK (2005) (283pp) pp. 4128-4128 Downloads
Fereidoon P. Sioshansi
C.A. Dahl, International Energy Markets, Understanding Pricing, Policies and Profits, Pennwell, Tulsa, OK (2004) (xvii, 587pp.) pp. 4129-4129 Downloads
Jean-Thomas Bernard

Volume 34, issue 17, 2006

Technological innovation in the energy sector: R&D, deployment, and learning-by-doing pp. 2601-2608 Downloads
Ambuj D. Sagar and Bob van der Zwaan
The car and fuel of the future pp. 2609-2614 Downloads
Joseph Romm
Policy-making under uncertainty: Commentary upon the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme pp. 2615-2629 Downloads
Laura Haar and Lawrence Haar
A green hydrogen economy pp. 2630-2639 Downloads
Woodrow W. Clark and Jeremy Rifkin
Energy models for commercial energy prediction and substitution of renewable energy sources pp. 2640-2653 Downloads
S. Iniyan, L. Suganthi and Anand A. Samuel
A comparison of the environmental benefits of bagasse-derived electricity and fuel ethanol on a life-cycle basis pp. 2654-2661 Downloads
Tyron Botha and Harro von Blottnitz
Outcome indicators for the evaluation of energy policy instruments and technical change pp. 2662-2676 Downloads
Lena Neij and Kerstin Astrand
Emissions from distributed vs. centralized generation: The importance of system performance pp. 2677-2689 Downloads
Neil Strachan and Alexander Farrell
Lignite-fired thermal power plants and SO2 pollution in Turkey pp. 2690-2701 Downloads
Nuriye Peker Say
Optimal timing in the privatisation of a utility in an emerging country: the case of electricity distribution in Delhi pp. 2702-2718 Downloads
Joel Ruet
Competing explanations for adopting energy innovations for new office buildings pp. 2719-2735 Downloads
Walter J.V. Vermeulen and Jeroen Hovens
Forecasting short-run crude oil price using high- and low-inventory variables pp. 2736-2743 Downloads
Michael Ye, John Zyren and Joanne Shore
Measuring the environmental load of household consumption using some methods based on input-output energy analysis: A comparison of methods and a discussion of results pp. 2744-2761 Downloads
Rixt Kok, Rene M.J. Benders and Henri C. Moll
Examining market power in the European natural gas market pp. 2762-2778 Downloads
Rudolf Egging and Steven A. Gabriel
Analysis of CO2 emissions in APEC countries: A time-series and a cross-sectional decomposition using the log mean Divisia method pp. 2779-2787 Downloads
Kihoon Lee and Wankeun Oh
Efficiency evaluation of the state owned electric utilities in India pp. 2788-2804 Downloads
Tripta Thakur, S.G. Deshmukh and S.C. Kaushik
Exploiting the oil-GDP effect to support renewables deployment pp. 2805-2819 Downloads
Shimon Awerbuch and Raphael Sauter
Regional energy demand and adaptations to climate change: Methodology and application to the state of Maryland, USA pp. 2820-2833 Downloads
Matthias Ruth and Ai-Chen Lin
Scenario for growth of electricity in India pp. 2834-2847 Downloads
R.B. Grover and Subhash Chandra
CO2 benefit from the increasing percentage of diesel passenger cars. Case of Ireland pp. 2848-2857 Downloads
Efthimios Zervas
Independent regulatory authorities in European electricity markets pp. 2858-2870 Downloads
Anders Larsen, Lene Holm Pedersen, Eva Moll Sorensen and Ole Jess Olsen
Opportunities for biomass-derived "bio-oil" in European heat and power markets pp. 2871-2880 Downloads
J.G. Brammer, M. Lauer and A.V. Bridgwater
A feasible reform for the electricity supply industry in Hong Kong pp. 2881-2890 Downloads
H.W. Ngan, J.H. Wang, W. Engriwan and K.L. Lo
What are the alternatives available to Hong Kong in structuring the electricity supply industry? pp. 2891-2904 Downloads
Chi Tak Chan
Sustainability and information in urban system analysis pp. 2905-2914 Downloads
C. Balocco and G. Grazzini
The differences that methods make: Cross-border power flows and accounting for carbon emissions from electricity use pp. 2915-2928 Downloads
Scott Jiusto
Social learning and public policy: Lessons from an energy-conscious village pp. 2929-2940 Downloads
Sarah Darby
Photovoltaic electricity production of a grid-connected urban house in Serbia pp. 2941-2948 Downloads
Milorad Bojic and Mirko Blagojevic
An options approach to investment in a hydrogen infrastructure pp. 2949-2963 Downloads
A.A. van Benthem, G.J. Kramer and Roald Ramer
Independent operation by subsystems: Strategic behavior for the Brazilian electricity sector pp. 2964-2976 Downloads
Lucio Guido Tapia Carpio and Amaro Olimpio Pereira
Rural electrification policy and institutional linkages pp. 2977-2993 Downloads
Charles Moonga Haanyika
Travel demand policies for saving oil during a supply emergency pp. 2994-3005 Downloads
Robert Noland, William A. Cowart and Lewis M. Fulton
Reconnecting the technology characterisation of the hydrogen economy to contexts of consumption pp. 3006-3016 Downloads
Mike Hodson and Simon Marvin
Effects of privatization: A case study from Cayirhan coal district, Turkey pp. 3017-3026 Downloads
E. Mustafa Eyyuboglu
Oil refining expansion criteria for Brazil pp. 3027-3040 Downloads
Marina Elisabete Espinho Tavares, Alexandre Salem Szklo, Giovani Vitoria Machado, Roberto Schaeffer, Jacqueline Barboza Mariano and Janaina Francisco Sala
Wind power, policy learning and paradigm change pp. 3041-3048 Downloads
Joseph Szarka
Electricity dependency and CO2 emissions from heating in the Swedish building sector--Current trends in conflict with governmental policy? pp. 3049-3064 Downloads
P. Johansson, A. Nylander and F. Johnsson
Evaluating the applicability of integrated domestic energy consumption frameworks in the UK pp. 3065-3077 Downloads
James Keirstead
Fuel price determination in transportation sector using predicted energy and transport demand pp. 3078-3086 Downloads
Soner Haldenbilen
Energy forecasting: Predictions, reality and analysis of causes of error pp. 3087-3092 Downloads
V.P. Utgikar and J.P. Scott
The role of hydropower in meeting Turkey's electric energy demand pp. 3093-3103 Downloads
Omer Yuksek, Murat Ihsan Komurcu, Ibrahim Yuksel and Kamil Kaygusuz
Energy efficiency policy impact in India: case study of investment in industrial energy efficiency pp. 3104-3114 Downloads
Ming Yang
Target group segmentation makes sense: If one sheep leaps over the ditch, all the rest will follow pp. 3115-3123 Downloads
C. Egmond, R. Jonkers and G. Kok
Refurbishment priorities at the Russian coal-fired power sector for cleaner energy production--Case studies pp. 3124-3136 Downloads
P. Grammelis, N. Koukouzas, G. Skodras, E. Kakaras, A. Tumanovsky and V. Kotler
The structure of residential energy demand in Greece pp. 3137-3143 Downloads
Vassilis Rapanos and Michael Polemis
Embodied energy analysis of photovoltaic (PV) system based on macro- and micro-level pp. 3144-3152 Downloads
I. Nawaz and G.N. Tiwari
Missing the spark: An investigation into the low adoption paradox of combined heat and power technologies pp. 3153-3164 Downloads
Steffen Mueller
Use of artificial neural networks for transport energy demand modeling pp. 3165-3172 Downloads
Yetis Sazi Murat and Halim Ceylan
Linking renewable energy CDM projects and TGC schemes: An analysis of different options pp. 3173-3183 Downloads
Pablo Del Rio
Stimulating the use of biofuels in the European Union: Implications for climate change policy pp. 3184-3194 Downloads
Lisa Ryan, Frank Convery and Susana Ferreira
Assessment of small hydropower potential using remote sensing data for sustainable development in India pp. 3195-3205 Downloads
Surekha Dudhani, A.K. Sinha and S.S. Inamdar
Total-factor energy efficiency of regions in China pp. 3206-3217 Downloads
Jin-Li Hu and Shih-Chuan Wang
Beyond the learning curve: factors influencing cost reductions in photovoltaics pp. 3218-3232 Downloads
Gregory Nemet
Industrial and institutional restructuring of the Russian electricity sector: Status and issues pp. 3233-3244 Downloads
Alda Engoian
US long-term energy intensity: Backcast and projection pp. 3245-3256 Downloads
Hadi Dowlatabadi and Matthew A. Oravetz
Energy efficiency standards for equipment: Additional opportunities in the residential and commercial sectors pp. 3257-3267 Downloads
Greg Rosenquist, Michael McNeil, Maithili Iyer, Stephen Meyers and James McMahon
Outlook for advanced biofuels pp. 3268-3283 Downloads
Carlo N Hamelinck and Andre P.C. Faaij
Electrical energy consumption and production of Turkey versus world pp. 3284-3292 Downloads
Murat Tunc, Unal Camdali, Tunc Liman and Anil Deger
How to play the game as the bridge between two European power markets--the case of Western Denmark pp. 3293-3304 Downloads
Ole Jess Olsen, Eirik S. Amundsen and Bjarne Donslund
The marginal impact of carbon dioxide under two scenarios of future emissions pp. 3305-3316 Downloads
Mohammed Wahba and Chris Hope
Market penetration rates of new energy technologies pp. 3317-3326 Downloads
Peter Lund
Assessment of the relationship between oil prices and US oil stocks pp. 3327-3333 Downloads
Salman Saif Ghouri
Nuclear energy and sustainability: Understanding ITER pp. 3334-3341 Downloads
Karine Fiore
Energy-GDP relationship revisited: An example from GCC countries using panel causality pp. 3342-3350 Downloads
Mahmoud A. Al-Iriani
Beyond free electricity: The costs of electric cooking in poor households and a market-friendly alternative pp. 3351-3358 Downloads
Mark Howells, David G. Victor, Trevor Gaunt, Rebecca J. Elias and Thomas Alfstad
Decision support for choice optimal power generation projects: Fuzzy comprehensive evaluation model based on the electricity market pp. 3359-3364 Downloads
Zhihong Liang, Kun Yang, Yaowei Sun, Jiahai Yuan, Hongwei Zhang and Zhizheng Zhang
Y.-C. Xu, Electricity reform in China, India, and Russia, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK (2004) pp. 3365-3366 Downloads
James P. Dorian

Volume 34, issue 16, 2006

Introduction: power market reform in selected Asian countries pp. 2439-2441 Downloads
Larry Chow
Cost-benefit analysis of reforming Israel's electricity industry pp. 2442-2454 Downloads
A. Tishler, J. Newman, I. Spekterman and Chi-Keung Woo
The reform of electricity power sector in the PR of China pp. 2455-2465 Downloads
Shaofeng Xu and Wenying Chen
Implications of private sector participation in power generation--a case study from India pp. 2466-2479 Downloads
P. Balachandra
Power sector reform in India: current issues and prospects pp. 2480-2490 Downloads
Anoop Singh
Regulatory reform of the electricity industry in Japan: What is the next step of deregulation? pp. 2491-2497 Downloads
Hiroshi Asano
Efficiency and deregulation of the electricity market in Singapore pp. 2498-2508 Downloads
Youngho Chang and Tuan Hin Tay
The deregulation of Taiwan electricity supply industry pp. 2509-2520 Downloads
King Min Wang
Deregulation of ESI and privatization of state electric utilities in Thailand pp. 2521-2531 Downloads
Surapong Chirarattananon and Supattana Nirukkanaporn
Electricity liberalisation in Europe--how competitive will it be? pp. 2532-2541 Downloads
Richard Green
Electric energy restructuring in the European Union: Integration, subsidiarity and the challenge of harmonization pp. 2542-2551 Downloads
Roberto J. Serralles
Did a local distribution company procure prudently during the California electricity crisis? pp. 2552-2565 Downloads
Chi-Keung Woo, Debra Lloyd and William Clayton
Taxation on vehicle fuels: its impacts on switching to cleaner fuels pp. 2566-2571 Downloads
Wing-Tat Hung
The economic impact of strengthening fuel quality regulation--reducing sulfur content in diesel fuel pp. 2572-2585 Downloads
H.J. Chang, G.L. Cho and Y.D. Kim
Dynamics of technology shifts in the household sector--implications for clean development mechanism pp. 2586-2599 Downloads
B. Reddy and P. Balachandra

Volume 34, issue 15, 2006

Bangladeshi gas misses India's energy drive? pp. 1971-1973 Downloads
P.R. Kumaraswamy and Sreeradha Datta
The grin of the Cheshire cat pp. 1974-1983 Downloads
Steve Thomas
Global challenges in energy pp. 1984-1991 Downloads
James P. Dorian, Herman T. Franssen and Dale R. Simbeck
Offshore decommissioning issues: Deductibility and transferability pp. 1992-2001 Downloads
Virginia Parente, Doneivan Ferreira, Edmilson Moutinho dos Santos and Estanislau Luczynski
Supply adequacy in electricity markets based on hydro systems--the Brazilian case pp. 2002-2011 Downloads
Edson Luiz da Silva
Evaluating the need for economic support policies in promoting greenhouse gas emission reduction measures in the building sector: The case of Greece pp. 2012-2031 Downloads
E. Georgopoulou, Y. Sarafidis, S. Mirasgedis, C.A. Balaras, A. Gaglia and D.P. Lalas
Future demand of petroleum products in India pp. 2032-2037 Downloads
Sajal Ghosh
Useful models for simulating policies to induce technological change pp. 2038-2047 Downloads
Nicholas Rivers and Mark Jaccard
Counting the cost of water use in hydroelectric generation in Scotland pp. 2048-2059 Downloads
Michael MacLeod, Dominic Moran and Ian Spencer
Bi-directional causality in California's electricity and natural-gas markets pp. 2060-2070 Downloads
Chi-Keung Woo, Arne Olson, Ira Horowitz and Stephen Luk
The environmental and economic impacts of the UK climate change agreements pp. 2071-2086 Downloads
Paul Ekins and Ben Etheridge
Increasing biomass based power generation in the UK pp. 2087-2099 Downloads
Patricia Thornley
BP's emissions trading system pp. 2100-2112 Downloads
David G. Victor and Joshua C. House
Decomposition analysis of CO2 emission in long-term climate stabilization scenarios pp. 2113-2122 Downloads
Reina Kawase, Yuzuru Matsuoka and Junichi Fujino
A game theoretic model of the Northwestern European electricity market--market power and the environment pp. 2123-2136 Downloads
Wietze Lise, Vincent Linderhof, Onno Kuik, Claudia Kemfert, Robert Östling and Thomas Heinzow
A geographic analysis of wind turbine placement in Northern California pp. 2137-2149 Downloads
Laura C. Rodman and Ross K. Meentemeyer
How to use the clean development mechanism in the residential sector? The case of Brazilian refrigerators pp. 2150-2160 Downloads
Helioui Khalil, Claude Cohen and Alexandre Salem Szklo
The case of a proposed 21.5 MWe biomass gasifier in Winkleigh, Devon: Implications for governance of renewable energy planning pp. 2161-2172 Downloads
Paul Upham and Simon Shackley
Host country attractiveness for CDM non-sink projects pp. 2173-2184 Downloads
Martina Jung
The promise of clean energy pp. 2185-2190 Downloads
Jose Goldemberg
Has electric utility restructuring led to lower electricity prices for residential consumers in Texas? pp. 2191-2200 Downloads
Jay Zarnikau and Doug Whitworth
The outlook for renewable energy in Navarre: An economic profile pp. 2201-2216 Downloads
Javier Faulin, Fernando Lera, Jesus M. Pintor and Justo Garcia
Sharing the burden of climate change stabilization: An energy sector perspective pp. 2217-2231 Downloads
Fabian Wagner and Jayant A. Sathaye
Long-term security of energy supply and climate change pp. 2232-2250 Downloads
Hal Turton and Leonardo Barreto
Carbon charges and natural gas use in China pp. 2251-2262 Downloads
Jeffrey Skeer and Yanjia Wang
Energy policy and the role of bioenergy in Poland pp. 2263-2278 Downloads
Lars J. Nilsson, Marcin Pisarek, Jerzy Buriak, Anna Oniszk-Poplawska, Pawel Bucko, Karin Ericsson and Lukasz Jaworski
Energy in transition: From the iron curtain to the European Union pp. 2279-2297 Downloads
Diana Urge-Vorsatz, Gergana Miladinova and Laszlo Paizs
Electric power grid interconnection in Northeast Asia pp. 2298-2309 Downloads
Won-Cheol Yun and ZhongXiang Zhang
Optimal household refrigerator replacement policy for life cycle energy, greenhouse gas emissions, and cost pp. 2310-2323 Downloads
Hyung Chul Kim, Gregory A. Keoleian and Yuhta A. Horie
Design of drilling contracts--Economic incentives and safety issues pp. 2324-2329 Downloads
Petter Osmundsen, Anders Toft and Kjell Agnar Dragvik
Assessing the value of pulp mill biomass savings in a climate change conscious economy pp. 2330-2343 Downloads
Anders Adahl, Simon Harvey and Thore Berntsson
Climate policy instruments and industry--effects and potential responses in the Swedish context pp. 2344-2360 Downloads
Bengt Johansson
Natural gas power generation in Brazil: New window of opportunity? pp. 2361-2372 Downloads
Ricardo Gorini de Oliveira and Juliana de Moraes Marreco
Supply amount and marginal price of renewable electricity under the renewables portfolio standard in Japan pp. 2373-2387 Downloads
Kenichiro Nishio and Hiroshi Asano
Energy for sustainable development in Malaysia: Energy policy and alternative energy pp. 2388-2397 Downloads
Abdul Rahman Mohamed and Keat Teong Lee
A cross-country analysis of aggregate energy and carbon intensities pp. 2398-2404 Downloads
B.W. Ang and N. Liu
The determinants of the changes in car fuel efficiency in Great Britain (1978-2000) pp. 2405-2412 Downloads
Tae-Hyeong Kwon
Modelling long-term oil price and extraction with a Hubbert approach: The LOPEX model pp. 2413-2428 Downloads
Tobias Rehrl and Rainer Friedrich
Method for calculating annual energy efficiency improvement of TV sets pp. 2429-2432 Downloads
M. Varman, T.M.I. Mahlia and H.H. Masjuki
A.B. Lovins, E.K. Datta, O. Bustnes, J.G. Koomey and N.J. Glasgow, Winning the Oil Endgame, Rocky Mountain Institute, Snowmass CO (2004) (hard copy: O.-E. Bustnes, $40, free download pp. 2433-2435 Downloads
Raphael Sauter and Shimon Awerbuch
H. Labohm, S. Rozendaal and D. Theones, Man-Made Global Warming: Unravelling a Dogma, Multi-Science Publishing Co. Ltd., Essex, UK (2004) ISBN 0-906522-25-0 (Paperback, price: [pound sign]37.50/US$60) pp. 2435-2437 Downloads
Obas John Ebohon

Volume 34, issue 14, 2006

Exergy analysis of energy utilization in the transportation sector in China pp. 1709-1719 Downloads
Xi Ji and G.Q. Chen
Adding apples and oranges: The monitoring of energy efficiency in the Dutch food industry pp. 1720-1735 Downloads
C.A. Ramirez, K. Blok, M. Neelis and M. Patel
Electricity markets volatility: estimates, regularities and risk management applications pp. 1736-1749 Downloads
Masao Nakamura, Tomoaki Nakashima and Takahide Niimura
A comparative analysis of business structures suitable for farmer-owned wind power projects in the United States pp. 1750-1761 Downloads
Mark Bolinger and Ryan Wiser
Inequality in CO2 emissions across countries and its relationship with income inequality: A distributive approach pp. 1762-1772 Downloads
Emilio Padilla and Alfredo Serrano
On the baseline evolution of automobile fuel economy in Europe pp. 1773-1785 Downloads
Theodoros Zachariadis
The effectiveness of different policy regimes for promoting wind power: Experiences from the states pp. 1786-1796 Downloads
Fredric C. Menz and Stephan Vachon
Consumer attitudes towards domestic solar power systems pp. 1797-1806 Downloads
Adam Faiers and Charles Neame
Analysis of long-range clean energy investment scenarios for Eritrea, East Africa pp. 1807-1817 Downloads
Robert Van Buskirk
Energy service companies in European countries: Current status and a strategy to foster their development pp. 1818-1832 Downloads
Paolo Bertoldi, Silvia Rezessy and Edward Vine
Demand for road-fuel in a small developing economy: The case of Sri Lanka pp. 1833-1840 Downloads
Sunil Chandrasiri
Decomposition of CO2 emissions over 1980-2003 in Turkey pp. 1841-1852 Downloads
Wietze Lise
The evolution of hard coal trade in the Pacific market pp. 1853-1866 Downloads
Rudianto Ekawan, Michel Duchene and Damien Goetz
CDM potential for rural transition in China case study: Options in Yinzhou district, Zhejiang province pp. 1867-1882 Downloads
Xingshu Zhao and Axel Michaelowa
Analysis of changing hidden energy flow in Vietnam pp. 1883-1888 Downloads
Nguyen Thi Anh Tuyet and Keiichi N. Ishihara
Allocation of CO2 emission permits--Economic incentives for emission reductions in developing countries pp. 1889-1899 Downloads
Tobias A. Persson, Christian Azar and Kristian Lindgren
Baselines for carbon emissions in the Indian and Chinese power sectors: Implications for international carbon trading pp. 1900-1917 Downloads
Chi Zhang, P.R. Shukla, David G. Victor, Thomas C. Heller, Debashish Biswas and Tirthankar Nag
Efficient and inefficient aspects of residential energy behaviour: What are the policy instruments for change? pp. 1918-1927 Downloads
Anna-Lisa Linden, Annika Carlsson-Kanyama and Bjorn Eriksson
Turkey's natural gas necessity, consumption and future perspectives pp. 1928-1934 Downloads
A.M. Kilic
Stimulating the diffusion of photovoltaic systems: A behavioural perspective pp. 1935-1943 Downloads
Wander Jager
How much transport can the climate stand?--Sweden on a sustainable path in 2050 pp. 1944-1957 Downloads
Jonas Akerman and Mattias Hojer
Analysis of the Syrian long-term energy and electricity demand projection using the end-use methodology pp. 1958-1970 Downloads
A. Hainoun, M.K. Seif-Eldin and S. Almoustafa

Volume 34, issue 13, 2006

A critical assessment of the Hong Kong Government's proposed post-2008 regulatory regime for local electricity utilities pp. 1451-1456 Downloads
Chi-Keung Woo, Ira Horowitz and Asher Tishler
Interconnector economics pp. 1457-1472 Downloads
Ralph Turvey
Greenhouse gas emission trading schemes: a new tool for the environmental regulator's kit pp. 1473-1477 Downloads
Sebastien Soleille
Quality regulation of electricity distribution in Italy: an evaluation study pp. 1478-1486 Downloads
Virendra Ajodhia, Luca Lo Schiavo and Roberto Malaman
The evolution of hard coal trade in the Atlantic market pp. 1487-1498 Downloads
Rudianto Ekawan and Michel Duchene
Identifying key factors and strategies for reducing industrial CO2 emissions from a non-Kyoto protocol member's (Taiwan) perspective pp. 1499-1507 Downloads
Sue J. Lin, I.J. Lu and Charles Lewis
Driving forces and obstacles with regard to co-operation between municipal energy companies and process industries in Sweden pp. 1508-1519 Downloads
Stefan Gronkvist and Peter Sandberg
Improving the institutional structures for disseminating energy efficiency in emerging nations: a case study for energy agencies in South Africa pp. 1520-1531 Downloads
Barbara Praetorius and Jan W. Bleyl
Compensating customer-generators: a taxonomy describing methods of compensating customer-generators for electricity supplied to the grid pp. 1532-1539 Downloads
Larry Hughes and Jeff Bell
Technical and economic aspects of ancillary services markets in the electric power industry: an international comparison pp. 1540-1555 Downloads
R. Raineri, S. Rios and D. Schiele
Developing sustainable energy policies for electrical energy conservation in Saudi Arabia pp. 1556-1565 Downloads
S.A. Al-Ajlan, A.M. Al-Ibrahim, M. Abdulkhaleq and F. Alghamdi
Scaling up biomass gasifier use: an application-specific approach pp. 1566-1582 Downloads
Debyani Ghosh, Ambuj D Sagar and V.V.N. Kishore
Potential energy savings and environmental impact by implementing energy efficiency standard for household refrigerators in China pp. 1583-1589 Downloads
Wei Lu
Foreign trade and declining pollution in Sweden: a decomposition analysis of long-term structural and technological effects pp. 1590-1599 Downloads
Astrid Kander and Magnus Lindmark
Climate policy in developing countries and conditional transfers pp. 1600-1610 Downloads
Dirk Rübbelke
Assessment of the energy utilization efficiency in the Turkish transportation sector between 2000 and 2020 using energy and exergy analysis method pp. 1611-1618 Downloads
Zafer Utlu and Arif Hepbasli
Cost of electric power sector carbon mitigation in India: international implications pp. 1619-1629 Downloads
Jayant Sathaye and Amol Phadke
The liberalisation of the Spanish gas market pp. 1630-1644 Downloads
Luis Alberto Rasines Garcia
Technological learning and renewable energy costs: implications for US renewable energy policy pp. 1645-1658 Downloads
Peter H. Kobos, Jon D. Erickson and Thomas E. Drennen
Should Russia increase domestic prices for natural gas? pp. 1659-1670 Downloads
Daniel J. Dudek, Alexander Golub and Elena B. Strukova
An assessment of the natural gas supply potential of the south energy corridor from the Caspian Region to the EU pp. 1671-1680 Downloads
Dimitrios Mavrakis, Fotios Thomaidis and Ioannis Ntroukas
Green energy market development in Germany: effective public policy and emerging customer demand pp. 1681-1696 Downloads
Rolf Wustenhagen and Michael Bilharz
System failure, innovation policy and patents: Fuel cells and related hydrogen technology in Norway 1990-2002 pp. 1697-1708 Downloads
Helge Godoe and Stian Nygaard

Volume 34, issue 12, 2006

The Rimini Protocol an oil depletion protocol: Heading off economic chaos and political conflict during the second half of the age of oil pp. 1319-1325 Downloads
C.J. Campbell
Zero-value problems of the logarithmic mean divisia index decomposition method pp. 1326-1331 Downloads
Richard Wood and Manfred Lenzen
Public understanding of environmental impacts of electricity deregulation pp. 1332-1343 Downloads
Branden B. Johnson and Pamela G. Frank
Modeling technical change in energy system analysis: analyzing the introduction of learning-by-doing in bottom-up energy models pp. 1344-1356 Downloads
Christer Berglund and Patrik Söderholm
Assessing renewables-to-electricity systems: a fuzzy expert system model pp. 1357-1366 Downloads
S.D. Kaminaris, T.D. Tsoutsos, D. Agoris and A.V. Machias
Greenhouse gas emissions from willow-based electricity: a scenario analysis for Portugal and The Netherlands pp. 1367-1377 Downloads
R. Rebelo de Mira and C. Kroeze
Spatial boundaries and temporal periods for setting greenhouse gas performance standards pp. 1378-1388 Downloads
Scott Murtishaw, Jayant Sathaye and Maurice LeFranc
Estimating the impact of royalty relief on oil and gas production on marginal state leases in the US pp. 1389-1398 Downloads
David E. Dismukes, Jeffrey M. Burke and Dmitry V. Mesyanzhinov
Estimation of carbon baselines for power generation in India: the supply side approach pp. 1399-1410 Downloads
Barnali Nag
Modeling long-term dynamics of electricity markets pp. 1411-1433 Downloads
Fernando Olsina, Francisco Garces and H.-J. Haubrich
Cost of unserved power in Karnataka, India pp. 1434-1447 Downloads
Ranjan Kumar Bose, Megha Shukla, Leena Srivastava and Gil Yaron
S.L. Rao, Governing power, TERI Press, New Delhi (2004) ISBN 81-7993-033-5 500 pp., (Rs. 580; US $35) pp. 1448-1450 Downloads
T.L. Sankar

Volume 34, issue 11, 2006

Introduction to the special issue on `hydrogen' in `Energy Policy' pp. 1223-1226 Downloads
Raimund Bleischwitz and Katrin Fuhrmann
What governs the transition to a sustainable hydrogen economy? Articulating the relationship between technologies and political institutions pp. 1227-1235 Downloads
Matthijs Hisschemoller, Ries Bode and Marleen van de Kerkhof
Forecasts, scenarios, visions, backcasts and roadmaps to the hydrogen economy: A review of the hydrogen futures literature pp. 1236-1250 Downloads
William McDowall and Malcolm Eames
Energy system aspects of hydrogen as an alternative fuel in transport pp. 1251-1259 Downloads
Stephan Ramesohl and Frank Merten
Towards sustainable energy systems: The related role of hydrogen pp. 1260-1270 Downloads
Peter Hennicke and Manfred Fischedick
Prospects for hydrogen in the German energy system pp. 1271-1283 Downloads
J.-F. Hake, J. Linssen and M. Walbeck
Development of European hydrogen infrastructure scenarios--CO2 reduction potential and infrastructure investment pp. 1284-1298 Downloads
Martin Wietschel, Ulrike Hasenauer and Arend de Groot
Transition to hydrogen-based transportation in China: Lessons learned from alternative fuel vehicle programs in the United States and China pp. 1299-1309 Downloads
Jimin Zhao and Marc W. Melaina
Electricity intensity backstop level to meet sustainable backstop supply technologies pp. 1310-1317 Downloads
Aviel Verbruggen
Erratum to "A global survey of hydrogen energy research, development and policy": [Energy Policy 34 (2006) 781-792] pp. 1318-1208 Downloads
Barry D. Solomon and Abhijit Banerjee

Volume 34, issue 10, 2006

Estimating the energy and exergy utilization efficiencies for the residential-commercial sector: an application pp. 1097-1105 Downloads
Zafer Utlu and Arif Hepbasli
Electricity consumption and economic growth: a time series experience for 17 African countries pp. 1106-1114 Downloads
Yemane Wolde-Rufael
Electricity industry restructuring revisited: the case of Korea pp. 1115-1126 Downloads
Byoung-Hoon Lee and Hyeon-Hyo Ahn
Competition between biomass and food production in the presence of energy policies: a partial equilibrium analysis pp. 1127-1138 Downloads
A. Ignaciuk, F. Vohringer, A. Ruijs and Ekko van Ierland
Technology choice and CDM projects in China: case study of a small steel company in Shandong Province pp. 1139-1151 Downloads
Shinji Kaneko, Asaka Yonamine and Tae Yong Jung
Integrated energy systems and local energy markets pp. 1152-1160 Downloads
Henrik Lund and Ebbe Munster
Techno-economics of micro-hydro projects for decentralized power supply in India pp. 1161-1174 Downloads
M.R. Nouni, S.C. Mullick and T.C. Kandpal
Climate change negotiations and first-mover advantages: the case of the wind turbine industry pp. 1175-1184 Downloads
Urs Brandt and Gert Svendsen
Globalizing carbon lock-in pp. 1185-1197 Downloads
Gregory C. Unruh and Javier Carrillo-Hermosilla
Keeping warm? Self-reported housing and home energy efficiency factors impacting on older people heating homes in North Wales pp. 1198-1208 Downloads
Vanessa Burholt and Gill Windle
Renewable electricity in Sweden: an analysis of policy and regulations pp. 1209-1220 Downloads
Yan Wang
Komor Paul, Renewable Energy Policy, iUniverse Inc., New York (2004) (182pp.) pp. 1221-1222 Downloads
Blair G. Swezey

Volume 34, issue 9, 2006

Long-term greenhouse gas emission reductions--what's possible, what's necessary? pp. 971-974 Downloads
Sven Bode
Vehicle technology under CO2 constraint: a general equilibrium analysis pp. 975-985 Downloads
Andreas Schafer and Henry D. Jacoby
Energy from sugarcane bagasse under electricity rationing in Brazil: a computable general equilibrium model pp. 986-992 Downloads
Jose Scaramucci, Clovis Perin, Petronio Pulino, Orlando F.J.G. Bordoni, Marcelo P. da Cunha and Luis A.B. Cortez
Energy supply planning in Iran by using fuzzy linear programming approach (regarding uncertainties of investment costs) pp. 993-1003 Downloads
Mehdi Sadeghi and Hossein Mirshojaeian Hosseini
Valuing the attributes of renewable energy investments pp. 1004-1014 Downloads
Eric Ariel Bergmann, Nick Hanley and Robert Wright
Analysis of the impact of electricity grid interconnection between Korea and Japan--Feasibility study for energy network in Northeast Asia pp. 1015-1025 Downloads
Makoto Kanagawa and Toshihiko Nakata
The limits of human development and the use of energy and natural resources pp. 1026-1031 Downloads
Rubens A. Dias, Cristiano R. Mattos and Jose A. P. Balestieri
A problem of incentive compatibility in the North Sea petroleum industry pp. 1032-1045 Downloads
Hossein A. Kashani
Australia's mandatory renewable energy target (MRET): an assessment pp. 1046-1062 Downloads
Anthony Kent and David Mercer
Emissions trading and investment decisions in the power sector--a case study in Finland pp. 1063-1074 Downloads
Harri Laurikka and Tiina Koljonen
The Russian oil industry between public and private governance: obstacles to international oil companies' investment strategies pp. 1075-1085 Downloads
Catherine Locatelli
The causality relationship between energy consumption and GDP in G-11 countries revisited pp. 1086-1093 Downloads
Chien-Chiang Lee
Gipe Paul, Wind Power, Chelsea Green Publishing Company, Vermont, USA (2001) ISBN 1-931498-14-8 (pp. xi+439, revised and expanded edition 2004-08-07) pp. 1094-1095 Downloads
John Twidell

Volume 34, issue 8, 2006

Social and political responses to ecological tax reform in Europe: an introduction to the special issue pp. 895-904 Downloads
Simon Dresner, Louise Dunne, Peter Clinch and Christiane Beuermann
Ecological Tax Reform in Denmark: history and social acceptability pp. 905-916 Downloads
Jacob Klok, Anders Larsen, Anja Dahl and Kirsten Hansen
Ecological tax reform in Germany: handling two hot potatoes at the same time pp. 917-929 Downloads
Christiane Beuermann and Tilman Santarius
History and social responses to environmental tax reform in the United Kingdom pp. 930-939 Downloads
Simon Dresner, Tim Jackson and Nigel Gilbert
The rise and fall of French Ecological Tax Reform: social acceptability versus political feasibility in the energy tax implementation process pp. 940-949 Downloads
Jose-Frederic Deroubaix and Francois Leveque
Environmental tax reform: an assessment of social responses in Ireland pp. 950-959 Downloads
J. Peter Clinch and Louise Dunne
Environmental and wider implications of political impediments to environmental tax reform pp. 960-970 Downloads
J. Peter Clinch, Louise Dunne and Simon Dresner

Volume 34, issue 7, 2006

Assessment of Thailand indoor set-point impact on energy consumption and environment pp. 765-770 Downloads
N. Yamtraipat, J. Khedari, J. Hirunlabh and J. Kunchornrat
Promotional policy and perspectives of usage renewable energy in Lithuania pp. 771-780 Downloads
Vladislovas Katinas and Antanas Markevicius
A global survey of hydrogen energy research, development and policy pp. 781-792 Downloads
Barry D. Solomon and Abhijit Banerjee
Market perspectives of stationary fuel cells in a sustainable energy supply system--long-term scenarios for Germany pp. 793-803 Downloads
Wolfram Krewitt, Joachim Nitsch, Manfred Fischedick, Martin Pehnt and Heiner Temming
Small distributed generation versus centralised supply: a social cost-benefit analysis in the residential and service sectors pp. 804-832 Downloads
Francesco Gulli
Evaluation of lifecycle CO2 emissions from the Japanese electric power sector in the 21st century under various nuclear scenarios pp. 833-852 Downloads
Koji Tokimatsu, Takanobu Kosugi, Takayoshi Asami, Eric Williams and Yoichi Kaya
Investment incentives: regulation of the Finnish electricity distribution pp. 853-862 Downloads
Kaisa Kinnunen
Conditions for the sustainability of biomass based fuel use pp. 863-876 Downloads
L. Reijnders
Equity implications of two burden-sharing rules for stabilizing greenhouse-gas concentrations pp. 877-891 Downloads
Asami Miketa and Leo Schrattenholzer
The 19th World Energy Congress Sydney (Australia)--5-9 September 2004 pp. 892-893 Downloads
Hisham Khatib

Volume 34, issue 6, 2006

Cutting the "Gordian knot" in climate change policy pp. 655-658 Downloads
Leigh Raymond
Renewable energies and the poor: niche or nexus? pp. 659-663 Downloads
Subhes C. Bhattacharyya
Climate change dilemma: technology, social change or both?: An examination of long-term transport policy choices in the United States pp. 664-679 Downloads
Sudhir Chella Rajan
Multi-period emissions trading in the electricity sector--winners and losers pp. 680-691 Downloads
Sven Bode
Placing Brazil's heavy acid oils on international markets pp. 692-705 Downloads
Alexandre Salem Szklo, Giovani Machado, Roberto Schaeffer, Andre Felipe Simoes and Jacqueline Barboza Mariano
Accounting for fuel price risk when comparing renewable to gas-fired generation: the role of forward natural gas prices pp. 706-720 Downloads
Mark Bolinger, Ryan Wiser and William Golove
Bringing solar home systems to rural El Salvador: lessons for small NGOs pp. 721-729 Downloads
Peter J. Balint
GIS-based evaluation of multifarious local renewable energy sources: a case study of the Chigu area of southwestern Taiwan pp. 730-742 Downloads
Cheng-Dar Yue and Shi-Sian Wang
Natural gas domestic market development for total elimination of routine flares in Nigeria's upstream petroleum operations pp. 743-753 Downloads
J.A. Sonibare and F.A. Akeredolu
Reductions in emissions of local air pollutants and co-benefits of Chinese energy policy: a Shanghai case study pp. 754-762 Downloads
Chen Changhong, Wang Bingyan, Fu Qingyan, Collin Green and David G. Streets
Erratum to "Carbon-Money Exchange to contain global warming and deforestation": [Energy Policy 33 (2005) 1233-1238] pp. 763-764 Downloads
Koza Nagase

Volume 34, issue 5, 2006

David Pearce pp. 499-499 Downloads
Anil Markandya
G. Campbell Watkins (1939-2005) pp. 500-500 Downloads
J. Dunkerley
Introduction pp. 501-502 Downloads
Larry C.H. Chow
Lessons from the past thirty years pp. 503-507 Downloads
Joy Dunkerley
Oil scarcity: What have the past three decades revealed? pp. 508-514 Downloads
G.C. Watkins
Have we run out of oil yet? Oil peaking analysis from an optimist's perspective pp. 515-531 Downloads
David L. Greene, Janet L. Hopson and Jia Li
Energy supply security and geopolitics: A European perspective pp. 532-543 Downloads
Aad Correlje and Coby van der Linde
Central Asia: A major emerging energy player in the 21st century pp. 544-555 Downloads
James P. Dorian
Polices for increasing energy efficiency: Thirty years of experience in OECD countries pp. 556-573 Downloads
Howard Geller, Philip Harrington, Arthur H. Rosenfeld, Satoshi Tanishima and Fridtjof Unander
Monitoring changes in economy-wide energy efficiency: From energy-GDP ratio to composite efficiency index pp. 574-582 Downloads
B.W. Ang
The British Model in Britain: Failing slowly pp. 583-600 Downloads
Steve Thomas
Incentives to invest in liberalised electricity industries in the North and South. Differences in the need for suitable institutional arrangements pp. 601-618 Downloads
Dominique Finon
Reducing conflicts between climate policy and energy policy in the US: The important role of the states pp. 619-631 Downloads
Thomas D. Peterson and Adam Rose
Renewable energy: Externality costs as market barriers pp. 632-642 Downloads
Anthony D. Owen
Energy for sustainable development in India: Linkages and strategic direction pp. 643-654 Downloads
Leena Srivastava and I.H. Rehman

Volume 34, issue 4, 2006

An alternative viewpoint on the forecasting of energy-related CO2 emissions in the OECD countries pp. 377-382 Downloads
J.W. Sun
Limits to leapfrogging in energy technologies? Evidence from the Chinese automobile industry pp. 383-394 Downloads
Kelly Sims Gallagher
The economics of large-scale wind power in a carbon constrained world pp. 395-410 Downloads
Joseph F. DeCarolis and David W. Keith
Diffusion trajectory of self-propagating innovations interacting with institutions--incorporation of multi-factors learning function to model PV diffusion in Japan pp. 411-421 Downloads
Akira Nagamatsu, Chihiro Watanabe and Kwok L. Shum
An economic perspective on experience curves and dynamic economies in renewable energy technologies pp. 422-432 Downloads
Maya Papineau
Government policy and the development of electric vehicles in Japan pp. 433-443 Downloads
Max Ahman
Exploring the ancillary benefits of the Kyoto Protocol for air pollution in Europe pp. 444-460 Downloads
D.P. van Vuuren, J. Cofala, H.E. Eerens, R. Oostenrijk, C. Heyes, Z. Klimont, M.G.J. den Elzen and M. Amann
Support systems for the diffusion of renewable energy technologies--an investor perspective pp. 461-480 Downloads
Valentina Dinica
Gross greenhouse gas fluxes from hydro-power reservoir compared to thermo-power plants pp. 481-488 Downloads
Marco Aurelio dos Santos, Luiz Pinguelli Rosa, Bohdan Sikar, Elizabeth Sikar and Ednaldo Oliveira dos Santos
Energy intensity and economic performance in small scale bricks and foundry clusters in India: does energy intensity matter? pp. 489-497 Downloads
M.H. Bala Subrahmanya

Volume 34, issue 3, 2006

Renewable energy policies in the European Union pp. 251-255 Downloads
Kornelis Blok
The politics and policy of energy system transformation--explaining the German diffusion of renewable energy technology pp. 256-276 Downloads
Staffan Jacobsson and Volkmar Lauber
An assessment of governmental wind power programmes in Sweden--using a systems approach pp. 277-296 Downloads
K. Astrand and L. Neij
Effectiveness through risk reduction: a comparison of the renewable obligation in England and Wales and the feed-in system in Germany pp. 297-305 Downloads
C. Mitchell, D. Bauknecht and P.M. Connor
The promotional impacts of green power products on renewable energy sources: direct and indirect eco-effects pp. 306-321 Downloads
Jochen Markard and Bernhard Truffer
Bio-energy in Europe: changing technology choices pp. 322-342 Downloads
Andre P.C. Faaij
Analysing the effectiveness of renewable energy supporting policies in the European Union pp. 343-351 Downloads
Mirjam Harmelink, Monique Voogt and Clemens Cremer
Cost effects of international trade in meeting EU renewable electricity targets pp. 352-364 Downloads
M.H. Voogt and M.A. Uyterlinde
Renewable energies in the EU-Accession States pp. 365-375 Downloads
Danyel Reiche

Volume 34, issue 2, 2006

Reshaping markets for the benefit of energy saving pp. 121-128 Downloads
Adriaan Perrels, Katrin Ostertag and George Henderson
From motivation and cognition theories to everyday applications and back again: the case of product-integrated information and feedback pp. 129-137 Downloads
L.T. McCalley
User-led innovations and participation processes: lessons from sustainable energy technologies pp. 138-150 Downloads
Michael Ornetzeder and Harald Rohracher
CEPHEUS results: measurements and occupants' satisfaction provide evidence for Passive Houses being an option for sustainable building pp. 151-171 Downloads
Jurgen Schnieders and Andreas Hermelink
Marginal costs and co-benefits of energy efficiency investments: The case of the Swiss residential sector pp. 172-187 Downloads
Martin Jakob
From volatility to value: analysing and managing financial and performance risk in energy savings projects pp. 188-199 Downloads
Evan Mills, Steve Kromer, Gary Weiss and Paul A. Mathew
How much market do market-based instruments create? An analysis for the case of "white" certificates pp. 200-211 Downloads
Ole Langniss and Barbara Praetorius
Tradable certificates for renewable electricity and energy savings pp. 212-222 Downloads
Paolo Bertoldi and Thomas Huld
Municipalities and energy efficiency in countries in transition: Review of factors that determine municipal involvement in the markets for energy services and energy efficient equipment, or how to augment the role of municipalities as market players pp. 223-237 Downloads
Silvia Rezessy, Konstantin Dimitrov, Diana Urge-Vorsatz and Seth Baruch
Release the power of the public purse pp. 238-250 Downloads
Nils Borg, Ylva Blume, Stefan Thomas, Wolfgang Irrek, Heidrun Faninger-Lund, Peter Lund and Andrew Pindar

Volume 34, issue 1, 2006

Obituary: Gerald Leach pp. 1-128 Downloads
Tim Jackson
Environmental benefits of energy efficiency and renewable energy in Saudi Arabia's electric sector pp. 2-10 Downloads
Othman Alnatheer
Some design lessons from market-based greenhouse gas regulation in the restructured Australian electricity industry pp. 11-25 Downloads
Iain MacGill, Hugh Outhred and Karel Nolles
An economic assessment of the Kyoto Protocol application pp. 26-39 Downloads
A.S. Dagoumas, G.K. Papagiannis and P.S. Dokopoulos
The potential for greenhouse gases mitigation in household sector of Iran: cases of price reform/efficiency improvement and scenario for 2000-2010 pp. 40-49 Downloads
Hamid Davoudpour and Mohammad Sadegh Ahadi
Comparison of Turkey's electrical energy consumption and production with some European countries and optimization of future electrical power supply investments in Turkey pp. 50-59 Downloads
Murat Tunc, Unal Camdali and Cem Parmaksizoglu
Green electricity policies in the Netherlands: an analysis of policy decisions pp. 60-71 Downloads
Sascha N.M. van Rooijen and Mark T. van Wees
CO2 emission trading within the European Union and Annex B countries: the cement industry case pp. 72-87 Downloads
Laszlo Szabo, Ignacio Hidalgo, Juan-Carlos Ciscar and Antonio Soria
Global warming agreements, international trade and energy/carbon embodiments: an input-output approach to the Italian case pp. 88-100 Downloads
I. Mongelli, G. Tassielli and B. Notarnicola
Comparison of options for distributed generation in India pp. 101-111 Downloads
Rangan Banerjee
Banning banking in EU emissions trading? pp. 112-120 Downloads
Joachim Schleich, Karl-Martin Ehrhart, Christian Hoppe and Stefan Seifert
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