Concurrent Sessions

1-9 | 10-19 | 20-30 | 31-41 | 42-52 | 53-63

CONCURRENT SESSIONS 1-9
Monday, May 25, 3:30pm - 5:00pm

1. Geopolitics of Gas 1 (Manyas 2)

Michael E. Canes, Presiding
Distinguished Fellow
Logistics Management Institute

New Alignments and the Security of Supply in the EU Countries: Investigating the Role of Russia and Iran With a Game Theoretic Approach
Hamed Sahebhonar
Ferdowdi University
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Future of Natural Gas in EU: Will Geopolitics Take over Economics?
Yuri Yegorov
Jalal Dehnavi
Franz Wirl
University of Vienna
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Changes in EU Future Natural Gas Supply and the Role of Turkish Hub
Jalal Dehnavi
University of Vienna
Aveed Raha
Phd Student
Yuri Yegorov
Seniour Researcher
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The European Union's Energy Security: the Case of Natural Gas Supply
Boyko Nitzov
Damjan Zagožen
Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators
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Natural Gas Supply Diversification in Eastern Europe and Long-Term Opportunities from Domestic Shale Gas Resources: A Modelling Approach Using the Global Gas Model
Fabian Stähr
DIW Berlin, RWTH Aachen University
Philipp M Richter
Franziska Holz
DIW Berlin
Reinhard Madlener
Christoph Hilgers
RWTH Aachen University
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2. Risk Issues in Electricity Markets (Manyas 1)

Baris Sanli, Presiding
Head of LPG Department
Energy Market Regulatory Authority

Flexibility-Enabling Contracts in Electricity Markets
Rahmat Poudineh
Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
Luis Boscán
Department of Economics, Copenhagen Business School
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The Impact of Market Liberalisation on Investment in Electricity Sector in ASEAN
Tue Anh Nguyen
University of Greenwich
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The Value of ICT Platform Investments within Distributed Energy Systems
Ernesto M Garnier
Reinhard Madlener
RWTH Aachen University
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Day-ahead Power Prices Influenced by Intermittency: Effect on the Forward Risk Premium
Mehtap Kilic
Erasmus School of Economics
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3. Climate Change 1 (Anka 1-2)

Jean-Michel Glachant, Presiding
Director, Florence School of Regulation
European University Institute

Evaluating Multiple Emission Pathways for Fixed Cumulative CO2 Emissions from Socioeconomic Perspectives
Ken'ichi Matsumoto
The University of Shiga Prefecture
Michio Kawamiya
Kaoru Tachiiri
Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology
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R&D, Endogenous Substitution and Climate Change
Youngho Chang
Di Yin
Yang Tang
Nanyang Technological University
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Convergence of Carbon Dioxide Performance Across Swedish Industrial Sectors: An Environmental Index Approach
Runar Brännlund
Professor, Centre for Environmental and Resource Economics, Umeå University
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Climate Change Beliefs, Ideological Orientation, and Environmental Values: An Empirical Cross-country Analysis
Andreas Ziegler
University of Kassel
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4. IAEE Student Best Paper Award Competition (Kirlangic 3)

Einar Hope, Presiding
Professor of Energy Economics
Norwegian School of Economics & Bus. Admin.

Welfare Implications of Capacity Markets in the Electricity Sector
Raul Bajo-Buenestado
Rice University
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Market Failure Caused by Wind-Power Integrations in a Competitive Electricity Market with Transmission Congestions
Yang Yu
Stanford University
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The Impact of Environmental Policy on Welfare and Growth
Giacomo A Schwarz
ETH Zurich & MIT
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5. Electricity Modelling (Turna 1)

Reinhard Madlener, Presiding
Full Professor of Energy Econ Mgt
RWTH Aachen University

Demand Response – Temporal Availability and Actual Use for the Electricity System
Theresa Müller
Chair of Energy Economics, TU Dresden
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Long-term Strategies to Ensure a Robust Performance of the European Electricity System
Paul Nahmmacher
Michael Pahle
Eva Schmid
Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)
Brigitte Knopf
Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change (MCC)
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Load Aggregation Pricing in Germany – Zonal Producer Prices with Uniform Customer Price
Dominik Schober
ZEW (Center for European Economic Research)
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Forecasting Electricity Consumption with Markov Switching Autoregressive Model
Gülsüm Akarsu
Ondokuz Mayis University
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Toward a New Pricing Scheme in the Electricity Retail Market
Kwami Senam A Sedzro
Alberto J Lamadrid
Mooi Choo Chuah
Lehigh University
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6. Energy Forecasting 1 (Turna 2-3)

Lars Bergman, Presiding
Former President and Professor
Stockholm School of Economics

Market Fundamentals and the Dynamics of Natural Gas Futures Volatility: An Augmented GARCH Approach
Islam Rizvanoghlu
Zirve University
Ibrahim Ergen
Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
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Will the EU Reach its 2020 Targets for Renewable Energy? A Critical Evaluation of the Model-based Progress Assessment
Lukas Liebmann
Gustav Resch
Vienna University of Technology, Energy Economics Group (EEG)
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Dynamic Forecast Combination under Consideration of a Error Forecast Model for Prediction of Wind Energy
Mathias Kaeso
Felix Muesgens
University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg
Oliver Grothe
University of Cologne
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7. Smart Grids (Kirlangic 2)

Youngho Chang, Presiding
Nanyang Technological University

Cost-Benefit Analysis for Smart Grid Projects
Nihan Karali
Chris Marnay
Gang He
Han Zhu
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Josh Mauzey
Southern California Edison
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An Analysis on the Smart Community Connecting Commercial and Residential Sectors
Yoshiki Ogawa
Professor, Toyo University
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How Smart are Electricity Users with 'Smart Metering'? A Behavioural Economics Experiment
Simon L Bager
Luis Mundaca
International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics, Lund University
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8. Petroleum Modelling Issues (Manyas 3)

Andreas Goldthau, Presiding
Professor
Harvard University & Central European University

CO2 Cost Integration in Oil Production Investment Decision: Challenges & Opportunities for Oil Companies
Arash Farnoosh
Sidney Lambert-Lalitte
IFP School
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Oil and Unemployment in a New-Keynesian Model
Veronica Acurio Vasconez
Université Paris 1, Paris School of Economics
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Disentangle the Interactions Between Global and Regional Seasonality of Crude Oil Consumption: Some Empirical Findings
Jun Li
Curtin University
Jason Park
Julian Inchauspe
Curtin University
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Short-run Crude Oil Price Dynamics and Market Expectation
Xin Jin
University of Aberdeen
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9. Energy Efficiency in Industry and Manufacturing (Kirlangic 1)

Nevenka Hrovatin, Presiding
Professor, Faculty of Economics
University of Ljubljana

Measuring the Efficiency of Energy-intensive Industries Across 23 EU Countries
Georgia Makridou
Kostas Andriosopoulos
ESCP Europe Business School
Michael Doumpos
Technical University of Crete
Constantin Zopounidis
Technical University of Crete & Audencia Group
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A Structural and Dynamic Approach to Measuring Rebound Effect in China’s Industrial Subsectors
Baiding Hu
Lincoln University
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Effects of Energy Audits on the Adoption of Energy Efficiency Measures
Joachim Schleich
Grenoble Ecole de Management
Simon Hirzel
Tobias Fleiter
Fraunhofer Insitute for Systems & Innovation Research
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What Drives Energy Efficiency and Environmental Investments in Slovenian Manufacturing Industries?
Nevenka Hrovatin
Jelena Zoric
Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana
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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 10-19
Monday, May 25, 5:15pm - 6:45pm

10. Geopolitics of Gas 2 (Manyas 2)

Franz Hubert, Presiding
Professor
Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin

China's Natural Gas Market Liberalization and its Regional Impact
Xunpeng Shi
Hari M.P
Energy Studies Institute, NUS
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Comparing Natural Gas Supply Disruption Scenarios
Hari Malamakkavu Padinjare Variam
Kamal Soundararajan
Energy Studies Institute, NUS
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Strategic Pipelines in the Eurasian Gas Network
Franz Hubert
Humboldt University Berlin
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Gas Market Integration in North West Europe: Is Moving from Market Coupling to Market Merging Necessary?
Chris Cuijpers
Andreas Tirez
Commission for Electricity and Gas Regulation (CREG)
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11. Electricity Markets (Manyas 1)

Einar Hope, Presiding
Professor of Energy Economics
Norwegian Sch. of Econ. & Bus. Admin.

A Framework for Designing and Categorising Capacity Markets - Insights from an Application to Europe
Jenny J Riesz
UNSW Australia
Greg Thorpe
Oakely Greenwood
Regina Betz
Johanna Cludius
Zurich University of Applied Sciences
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Real-time versus Day-ahead Market Power in a Hydro-based Electricity Market
Thomas P. Tangerås
Research Institute of Industrial Economics
Johannes Mauritzen
Norwegian School of Economics
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Old vs New Thinking in Designing Future Electricity Markets
Hans Auer
Reinhard Haas
EEG, TU Wien
Georg Erdmann
TU Berlin
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Short-Term Price and Volume Interactions in an Integrated Gas- and Electricity Market Framework
Ozge Ozdemir
Marit Van Hout
ECN
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12. Climate Change 2 (Anka 1-2)

Reinhard Haas, Presiding
Professor
Vienna University of Technology

Adapting Long-lived Infrastructure to Uncertain and Transient Change
Marius Paschen
Klaus Eisenack
Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg Germany
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Assessing the Effects of Climate Policy on Firms' Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Ana Maria Montoya Gomez
Markus Zimmer
ifo Institute
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Evaluating the Emissions Implications of Policies to Promote Clean Technologies
Joel R Landry
The Pennsylvania State University
Richard Klotz
Cornell University
Antonio M Bento
Cornell University and the National Bureau of Economic Research
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13. Regional Approaches to Renewable Energy (Kirlangic 3)

Mustafa Ozgur Berke, Presiding
Climate & Energy Programme Supervisor
WWF-Turkey

Determinants of Renewable Energy Development in China
Oluwasola E Omoju
School of Economics, Xiamen University, China
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The Impact of Technology Availability on the Costs of 100% Renewable Electricity Generation Scenarios for Australia
Jenny J Riesz
Ben Elliston
UNSW Australia
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Renewable Energy Consumption, CO2 Emissions and Economic Growth in Malaysia
A.A. Azlina
Mahirah Kamaludin
Universiti Malaysia Terengganu
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Prospects for Renewable Energies in Europe up to 2030
Gustav Resch
Sebastian Busch
Lukas Liebmann
TU Vienna, Energy Economics Group
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14. Transmission Networks (Turna 1)

Olvar Bergland, Presiding
Professor
Norwegian Univ of Life Sciences

Transmission Congestion and Switching Supply Functions
Olvar Bergland
Norwegian University of Life Sciences
Mirza M Faisal
University of Gujrat
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Spatial Arbitrage Value of Transmission Upgrade Investments. An Economic and Environmental Assessment
Amanda Spisto
European Commussion Joint Research Centre - Institute for Energy and Transport
Johannes Schmidt
University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Institute for Sustainable Economic Development
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How Much Transmission Capacity will Europe Need in 2050?
Richard Green
Iain Staffell
Imperial College Business School
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Simulation of the Turkish Transmission Grid and Power System Operation with Increased Renewable Shares 2030, and Analysis of the Pumped Hydro Potential in Turkey
Gerhard Totschnig
André Ortner
Gustav Resch
Ricki Hirner
Vienna University of Technology
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15. Prospects of Coal (Turna 2-3)

Dmitry Sokolov, Presiding
Researcher
Asia Pacific Energy Research Centre (APERC)

Is Sunshine the Best Disinfectant? Determining the Effectiveness of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI)
Goetz Walter
Int. School of Mgmt. ISM
Benjamin Sovacool
Aarhus University
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The Comeback of Coal in the First Decade of the 21st Century
Jorge Blazquez
Tarek N. Atallah
KAPSARC
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The Increasing Role of Coal in Energy Balance of APEC Economies for the Period till 2040
Dmitry Sokolov
Naomi Wynn
Asia Pacific Energy Research Centre (APERC)
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Analysis of the Potential Coal Production Peak in China and India: Impact on International Gas and Coal Markets
Nikolay Arkhipov
Irina Mironova
Energy Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences
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16. Impacts of Renewable Generation 1 (Kirlangic 2)

Aaron Praktiknjo, Presiding
TU Berlin

Residual Load and Flexibility in Electricity Systems with Intensively Integrated Fluctuating Feed-ins
Aaron Praktiknjo
Fabian Huneke
TU Berlin
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The Effect of RES in the Italian Electricity Market
Lucia Visconti Parisio
University of Milan-Bicocca
Angelica Gianfreda
Energy Markets Group, London Business School
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The Impact of Electricity from Renewable Energy Sources on Distribution Grid Congestion
Hans Schermeyer
Philipp Ringler
Valentin Bertsch
Wolf Fichtner
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology/Chair of Energy Economics
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Electricity Market Equilibria with High Shares of Wind Power
Thomas Möbius
Felix Müsgens
University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg
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17. Fossil Fuel and Renewable Electricity Subsidies (Manyas 3)

Sevil Acar, Presiding
Assistant Professor
Kemerburgaz University
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Switching from Fossil Fuel Subsidy to Renewable Electricity Development: Case of Tunisia
Rafik Missaoui
Manager Director, ALCOR, Tunisia
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Subsidies and Renewable Incentives in Turkish Energy Market and Their Effects
Baris Sanli
Energy Market Regulatory Authority, Turkey
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Sustainable Development, Financial Incentives and Wind Energy in Turkey
Yildiz Arikan
Assoc. Professor, Istanbul Kemerburgaz University, Department of Industrial Engineering
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18. Consumer Preferences and Environmental Consciousness (Anka 3)

Carlo Andrea Bollino, Presiding
Professor
Dipartimento di Economia, Università di Perugia

The Willingness to Pay of Swiss Households for a Reliable and Green Electricity Supply: A Discrete Choice Experiment
Alessandra Motz
Rico Maggi
Stefano Scagnolari
Università della Svizzera italiana
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Smart grids and consumers attitude towards sustainable development
Simona Bigerna
Carlo Andrea Bollino
University of Perugia
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The Social License to Operate: Examining the Social Acceptance of Firm Operations in Multi-Stakeholder Complex Environment
Piyali Rudra
Doctoral Researcher, Aalto School of Business
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Customers' Valuation of Grid Resilience to Extreme Events: Willingness to Pay and Preference Heterogeneity
Laura-Lucia Richter
Cambridge University
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19. Energy Efficiency in Households (Kirlangic 1)

Christophe Bonnery, Presiding
Director Economics & Energy Policy
ERDF

Capitalization of Residential Energy Efficiency
Erdal Aydin
Dirk Brounen
Tilburg University
Nils Kok
Maastricht University
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Money, Comfort or Environment? - Priorities and Determinants of Energy Efficiency Investments in Irish Households
Claudia Aravena
Eleanor Denny
Trinity College Dublin
Andres Riquelme
North Carolina State University
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Estimates of Energy Efficiency at the Household Level: A Mincerian Approach
David C Broadstock
Jiajia Li
Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
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Space Heating Demand in the Dutch Residential Sector from 1960 to 2005: A Decomposition Analysis
Lars Dittmar
Technische Universität Berlin
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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 20-30
Tuesday, May 26, 10:30am - 12:00pm

20. Gas Prices & Trading (Manyas 2)

Tatiana Mitrova, Presiding
ERIRAS

The Value of LNG Exports When Transportation is Costly
Atle Oglend
Tore Kleppe
Petter Osmundsen
University of Stavanger
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Gas Pricing System in the Asian Pacific Market : Influence of Europe and USA
Jinseok Sung
Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas
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Imposing Netback Prices on Natural Gas in Russia
Knut Einar Rosendahl
Norwegian University of Life Sciences
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The Price Dynamics in Japanese and European LNG Markets
Ziya Cologlu
PhD Candidate, University of Texas at Dallas
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21. Electricity Storage (Manyas 1)

Regina Betz, Presiding
Joint Head EPAG
SML-ZHAW

Effect of Introducing Batteries into the Grid on Generation Costs and CO2 Emissions Considering Wind Power Uncertainty
Shinichi Takayama
The University of Tokyo
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The Role and Implications of Energy Storage: An Economic Perspective
Tunç Durmaz
Norwegian School of Economics
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Short-Term Energy Storage for Stabilizing the High Voltage Transmission Grid: A Real Options Analysis
Reinhard Madlener
Katrin Illian
RWTH Aachen University
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The Long-run Impact of Energy Storage on Electricity Prices and Generating Capacity
Richard Green
Iain Staffell
Imperial College Business School
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22. Climate Change 3 (Anka 1-2)

Fengjun Duan, Presiding
Canon Inst. of Global Studies

Toward a New Climate Regime Establishment (6) Economic Assessment of Emission Pathway
Fengjun Duan
Canon Institute for Global Studies
Kazushi Hatase
Graduate School of Economics, Kobe University
Shunsuke Managi
Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Tohoku University
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Cost-benefit Analysis of Climate Action in Adaptive Economic Systems: A Technology Production and Supply Chain Perspective
Pablo Salas
Rutger-Jan Lange
Jean-Francois Mercure
University of Cambridge
Michael Grubb
University College London
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23. Support for Renewables (Kirlangic 3)

Azlina Abd Aziz, Presiding
University Malaysia Terengganu

Turkey's Renewable Future: Alternative Power Supply Scenarios for Turkey until 2030
Mustafa O Berke
Climate & Energy Program Supervisor, WWF-Turkey
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The Hidden Winners of Renewable Energy Promotion. Insights into Sector-specific Wage Differentials
Markus Janser
Florian Lehmer
Manfred Antoni
Institute for Employment Research (IAB)
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Policy Assessment for Low Carbon Electricity Markets
Isaac Dyner
Universidad Jorge Tadeo Lozano
Sebastian Zapta
Carlos Franco
Laura Cardenas
Universidad Nacional de Colombia
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Diversification of Support Measures for Renewable Energy Sources in District Heating Sector
Lina Murauskaite
Lithuanian Energy Institute
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24. Electricity Demand and Enduser Behavior 1 (Turna 1)

Yukari Yamashita, Presiding
Board Member Director
Institute of Energy Economics

The Interactions Between Residential Electricity Consumption and the Power Sector Within an Economic Equilibrium Framework: A Look at Energy Efficiency in Saudi Arabia
Walid Matar
Research Associate, King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center
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Distributional Effects of a Revenue-Neutral Steering Tax on Energy: Empirical Evidence from Swiss Household Data
Daniel Mueller
Sebastian Deininger
University of Basel
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Multi-Criteria Decision Making-Based Comparison of Energy Resources in Turkey
Fehmi Gorkem Uctug
Bahcesehir University
Betul Akyurek
Renko Enerji
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Estimating Commercial and Industrial Customer Response to Electricity Critical Peak Prices
Dongsik Jang
Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) Research Institute
Jaewoong Lee
Jiyong Eom
College of Business, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
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25. Prospects of Biofuels (Turna 2-3)

Filiz Karaosmanoglu, Presiding
Professor
Istanbul Technical Univ.

Assessing the Stakeholder Support for Different Biofuel Options in France by 2030: A Range Based Multi-Actor Multi-Criteria Model
Gino Baudry
University of Nantes
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Economies of Scale in Biogas Production and How to Organize Regulation
Lise Skovsgaard
Henrik Klinge Jacobsen
Technical University of Denmark, DTU Management Engineering
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The Contribution of Biomass to Emissions Mitigation under a Global Climate Policy
Niven Winchester
John M Reilly
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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Pellets Penetration in Southern Europe: Evidences for the Households Characterization
J.A. Aranda
Eva Llera-Sastresa
Sabina Scarpellini
University of Zaragoza
Aranda Juan
CIRCE - University of Zaragoza
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26. Impacts of Renewable Generation 2 (Kirlangic 2)

Gonenc Yucel, Presiding
Assistant Professor
Bogaziçi University

Comparing the Whole-system Costs of Baseload Power from CSP and Nuclear Power Plants Under High Renewables Scenarios for the Case of South Africa
Stefan Pfenninger
James Keirstead
Imperial College London
Paul Gauche
Stellenbosch University
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Market Power and System Cost: The Long Run Impact of Large Amounts of Wind Electricity Generation.
Stephen Poletti
University of Auckland
David Young
Electric Power Research Institute
Oliver Browne
University of Chicago
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Contribution of Local Pricing Policies to the Integration of Renewable Energy Sources in Distribution Grids
Björn Felten
Christoph Weber
Jessica Raasch
University of Duisburg-Essen
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The Impact of Renewables Obligation on Residential Electricity Demand in the UK
Ian Hamilton
Weibo Li
UCL Energy Institute
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27. Oil Markets (Manyas 3)

John Felmy, Presiding
Chief Economist
American Petroleum Institute

An Empirical Analysis of Dayrates in the Global Offshore Rig Market
Roar Adland
Justina Banyte
Harrison Alger
Norwegian School of Economics
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Financialisation of Oil Futures Markets and Oil Futures Market Efficiency - a Multifractal Perspective
Marc Gronwald
University of Aberdeen Business School
Cristina Sattarhoff
University of Hamburg
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The World Oil Market: A Dynamic Model of Strategic Supply
Nathan Balke
Southern Methodist University
Mine Yücel
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Xin Jin
University of Aberdeen
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Recent Develeopments on Oil Prices and Reflection to Pump Prices in Turkey
Erol Seyfi Metin
SEM Sustainability, Energy & Logistics
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28. Energy Transition & Demand Side Management. in Industry (Anka 3)

Joachim Schleich, Presiding
Professor
Fraunhofer Inst Sys Innov Research

Review of Barriers to Uptake of Demand Side Response in Medium Sized Businesses
Mitchell Curtis
University of Reading
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Recent And Future Development Of Demand Side Flexibility In Industry
Marian Klobasa
Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI
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Heat Demand in the German Industrial Sector - The Combined Heat and Power (Co-Generation) Potential until 2030 and Contribution to Flexibility
Felipe Toro
IREES GmbH, Germany
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Energy Efficiency Recent Developments in German Industry
Dirk Köwener
LEEN GmbH
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29. Regional Studies of Energy Efficiency (Kirlangic 1)

Mark Stickells, Presiding
Director
Energy and Minerals Institute, The University of Western Australia

Market Prospects for Fuel Cell/Absorption Chillers to Displace Electric Chilling in Hospitals in California
Lori Smith Schell
Empowered Energy
Ashley DiMola
University of California-Irvine
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Reevaluation of Provincial Energy Efficiency in China Incorporating Human Capital Stock
Lingdi Zhao
Lei Zhang
Luxia Ma
Ocean University of China
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How Public Interventions in Buildings' Energy Efficiency Affect the Economic Feasibility of a District Heating Network - A Case Study for Vienna
Sara Fritz
Vienna University of Technology, Energy Economics Group
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Assessing the Technical and Economic Potential of High Efficient CHP and Efficient District Heating and Cooling: The Methodology Used for the "Comprehensive Assessment" in Austria
Richard Buechele
Lukas Kranzl
Marcus Hummel
Andreas Mueller
Michael Harner
Vienna University of Technology
Marian Bons
Kornelis Blok
Yvonne Deng
Ecofys
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Waste Heat Recovery: Potential, Policy Challenges and Technology Choices
Sanne Lemmens
University of Antwerp
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30. Outlook of the Turkish Energy Sector (Anka 4)

Oguz Can, Presiding
Recydia A S

Eastern Hub of the Western World - Turkey's Role on EU's Security of Supply
Mehmet Fatih Baltaci
Chairman, Akfel Holding
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Solar Future In Turkey
Kemal G Bayraktar
President, GÜNDER / Turkish Solar Energy Association
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Cross Border Trade in Electricitiy: Bulgaria, Greece, Georgia, Turkey
Mario Diel
CEO, Alpiq
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The View on the Future of the Turkish Energy Sector from a Foreign Investor
Martin Pacovský
Deputy CEO, Akenerji / Country Manager, CEZ Turkey
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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 31-41
Tuesday, May 26, 3:30pm - 5:00pm

31. Changing Gas Pricing Mechanisms in Europe (Manyas 2)

Volkan Özdemir, Presiding
Chairman
Inst for Energy Markets and Policies

Gas Supply Vulnerability in Central and Eastern Europe: Politics, Policies and Pricing Practices
Andreas Goldthau
Central European University, and Associate, Geopolitics of Energy Project, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University
Tim Boersma
Energy Security Initiative, The Brookings Institution
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Changing European Gas Pricing
Maximilian Kuhn
Philipp Offenberg
EUCERS King's College London
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Changing Gas Price Mechanisms In Europe And Russia`s Gas Pricing Policy
Tatiana Mitrova
Head of Oil and Gas Department , Energy Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Siences (ERIRAS)
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Gas Import Pricing of Turkey: In or Out Of European Market?
Volkan Özdemir
EPPEN (Institute for Energy Markets and Policies)
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32. Interconnection of Electricity Markets (Manyas 1)

Jurgis Vilemas, Presiding
Leading Scientist
Vytautas Magnus University

Estimating the Value of an Energy Exchange for Turkey
Abdurrahman Kurucak
Energy Market Regulatory Authority of Turkey
Anastasia V Shcherbakova
University of Texas at Dallas
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Capacity Adequacy in Interconnected Electricity Markets
Camila Ochoa
Ann van Ackere
University of Lausanne
View Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Expert Survey on Cross-border Effects of Capacity Markets in the U.S.: Lessons for the EU
Pradyumna C Bhagwat
Laurens J De Vries
Delft University of Technology
Benjamin F Hobbs
The Johns Hopkins University
View Extended Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

A Zero Subsidy Western European Electricity System?
Arjun Mahalingam
David Reiner
David Newbery
EPRG, University of Cambridge
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33. Energy and Environmental Policy (Anka 1-2)

Mark Stickells, Presiding
Director
Energy and Minerals Institute, The University of Western Australia

Directed Technical Change: The Tragedy of the Locals
Giulia Valacchi
Chiara Ravetti
IHEID
Tania Theoduloz
University of Cape Town
View Extended Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Macroeconomic and Environmental Impact of Energy Subsidies in Kazakhstan
Zauresh Atakhanova
Nazarbayev University
View Extended Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Technology-specific or Technology-neutral? On the Long-run Optimality of Renewable Energy Policy
Paul Lehmann
Helmholtz-Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ
Patrik Söderholm
Luleå University of Technology
Katherina Witte
University of Leipzig
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Environmental Externalities and Political Abuse: Interactions in the Chinese Context
Xiaoli Zhao
China University of Petroleum
Xiaoguang Yang
Chinese Academy of Sciences
Ying Wang
Shunhao Wang
NCEPU
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34. Transition to a Low Carbon Economy (Kirlangic 3)

Kemal Sarica, Presiding
Assistant Professor
ISIK University

Power Trade, Welfare, and Air Quality
Talat Genc
University of Guelph
Abdurrahman Aydemir
Sabanci University
View Abstract | View Conference Presentation

The German Energiewende – Additional Risk or Opportunity for Energy Security?
Ulrike G. Lehr
Anne Nieters
Institute for Economic Structures Research
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Assessing the Effectiveness of 'Green Economic Stimulus' in South Korea: Evidence from the Energy Sector
Luis Mundaca
IIIEE at Lund University
Beau Damen
International Centre for Environmental Management
View Extended Abstract | View Paper

Redefining Utility Business Models: A Large-scale Assessment of the Customers’ Perspective
Markus Graebig
Technische Universität Berlin, Department of Energy Systems
Malcolm Yadack
University of Hohenheim, Department of Innovation Economics
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35. Electricity Demand and Enduser Behavior 2 (Turna 1)

Andrew Pickford, Presiding
Adjunct Research Fellow
University of Western Australia

Is Our Everyday Comfort For Sale? - Preferences For Demand Management on the Electricity Market
Lars Persson
Thomas Broberg
Umeå University, CERE
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Incentives for Self-consumption and Future Penetration of Residential PV Battery Storage Systems: The German Case
Andreas Dietrich
University of Duisburg-Essen
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An Empirical Grounding for Behavioural Parameters in an Energy System Optimisation Model
Hannah E Daly
UCL Energy Institute
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Why Do Customers Switch Suppliers: Literature Review and Evidence from a New Electricity Supplier in Slovenia
Nevenka Hrovatin
Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana
Gorazd Skubin
Lea Petrac
Petrol d.d.
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36. Energy Economy Interactions 1 (Turna 2-3)

Peter Howie, Presiding
Nazarbayev University

How Dependent is Growth from Primary Energy?
Zeynep N Kahraman
The Shift Project
Gaël Giraud
CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique/National Center for Scientific Research).and Centre d’Economie de la Sorbonne
View Extended Abstract

Evaluating the Welfare Impacts of Changes in Energy Supply
Vidas Lekavicius
Arvydas Galinis
Lithuanian Energy Institute
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

The Impact of Oil Expenses and Credit on the U.S. GDP.
Florent John Mc Isaac
University of Paris 1
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The Impact of Oil Prices on Stock Markets: The Brazilian Case
Ana Isabel Antunes Santos
ISCTE-IUL
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37. Green Energy Policy (Kirlangic 2)

Andreas Löschel, Presiding
Professor
University of Münster

Overlapping International Green R&D Agreements
Emilson C. D. Silva
Professor, University of Alberta
View Extended Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Reducing Trade-offs Between Economic Growth and Carbon Emissions for Singapore: Promoting Green Energy and Efficiency Policies Amidst Constraints and Uncertainties
Tian Sheng A Loi
Yujia J Tao
Energy Studies Institute, NUS
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

RES-Cooperation Perspectives Between the EU and Turkey
Marijke Welisch
André Ortner
Gustav Resch
TU Wien
Cristina De la Rua
Ciemat
Andreas Türk
Joanneum Research
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The Impact of Green Innovation at Home and Abroad on Energy Consumption
Jules Wurlod
Joelle Noailly
Centre for International Environmental Studies
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38. Oil Supply Issues (Manyas 3)

Erol Metin, Presiding
Energy & Logistics
SEM Sustainability

Project Valuation - Separate Cash Flow Valuation and the Implied Required Rate of Return
Magne Emhjellen
Petoro AS
Johnsen
Norwegian School of Economics
Osmundsen
University of Stavanger
View Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Oil Investments and Cost Overruns
Roy Endre Dahl
Petter Osmundsen
Atle Oglend
University of Stavanger
View Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Innovation in Rig Procurement
Petter Osmundsen
Professor, University of Stavanger
View Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Systems Analysis of Altertnaive Fuels Production from Heavy Hydrocarbons in Saudi Arabia
Yousef M. Alshammari
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)
View Extended Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

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39. Regulations on Energy and Environment (Anka 3)

Mine Yucel, Presiding
SVP and Research Director
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas

On the Social Value of Public Information and Environmental Regulation
Jihad C. Elnaboulsi
Université de Franche-Comté, France
Wassim Daher
Gulf University for Science and Technology, Kuwait
Yigit Saglam
Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
View Extended Abstract

Output-Based Incentive Regulation and Benchmarking of Network Utilities
Wenche Tobiasson
Tooraj Jamasb
Durham University Business School
Rahmat Poudineh
Oxford Institute for Energy Studies,
View Extended Abstract

How Rewarding Improves Truthful Reporting Under Over-lapping Monitoring Systems
Peiyao Shen
Andreas Ortmann
School of Economics, University of New South Wales
Regina Betz
CEEM and Zurich University of Applied Sciences, School of Management and Law
View Extended Abstract

Turkey Gas Market and Regulations
Atalay Kuddusi
IGDAS
View Abstract | View Paper

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40. Energy Efficiency Policies (Kirlangic 1)

Nevenka Hrovatin, Presiding
Professor, Faculty of Economics
University of Ljubljana

White Certificates - Energy Efficiency Programs Under Private Information of Consumers
Franz Wirl
University of Vienna
View Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Economics of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
Michael E Canes
Distinguished Fellow, Logistics Management Institute
View Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Environmental Investment, Productivity, and Energy Efficiency
Moriah Bostian
Lewis & Clark College
Tommy Lundgren
Centre for Environmental and Resource Economics
Shawna Grosskopf
Rolf Färe
Oregon State University
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Challenges and Potentials to Achieve Energy Efficiency Targets in the Building Sector in Selected CEE Countries: Policy Based Energy Demand Scenarios Until 2030
Agne Toleikyte
Andreas Müller
Lukas Kranzl
Vienna University of Technology, Energy Economics Group
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

The Interlinkages Between Improvements in Energy Efficiency and Macroeconomic Impacts
Lisa Ryan
University College Dublin
Nina Campbell
Databuild
Karen Turner
Patrizio Lecca
University of Strathclyde
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41. Regional Perspectives in Energy Security (Anka 4)

Peter Hartley, Presiding
Professor & Baker Institute Fellow
Rice University

Formulating a Framework for Assessing the Security of Supply in Electricity Markets
Sebastian Osorio
Ann van Ackere
HEC Lausanne – University of Lausanne
Erik Larsen
University of Lugano
View Abstract | View Conference Presentation

The Incompleteness of Energy Security Indicators: the Case of Hidden Energy Consumption
Markus Bortolamedi
Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Trackers, Pipe Replacements, and Leaks: An Analysis of the Effectiveness of Accelerated Pipe Replacement Program Cost Recovery Mechanisms
David E Dismukes
Gregory B. Upton
Louisiana State University Center for Energy Studies
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Energy Resources & Development: A Case Study of the Gulf of Guinea
Joseph C Echendu
World Bank African Centre of Excellence, CEFOR, University of Port Harcourt
Wumi O Iledare
Emerald Energy Institute, UNIPORT, Nigeria
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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 42-52
Wednesday, May 27, 10:30am - 12:00pm

42. The Legal and Economic Context for New Gas Transmission from Asia to Europe (Manyas 2)

John Jimison, Presiding
Managing Director
Energy Future Coalition

The Russian Perspective on New Gas Pipeline Exports to European Markets
Ivan Gudkov
Attorney at Law, Gazprom
View Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Legal Issues in Creating the Euro-Asian Gas Hub of the 21st Century
Selma Karaduman
Founder (Attorney at Law), Karaduman Law Firm
View Abstract | View Conference Presentation

EU Policy and Economic Perspectives on Proposed New Gas Imports via Turkey
Erik Steen Sorensen
Independent Consultant, Expert in European Natural Gas Contracting, Regulation, Strategies and Market Analysis
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

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43. Capacity Planning and Security of Supply (Manyas 1)

Reinhart Haas, Presiding
Professor
Vienna University of Technology

Major Hydropower States, Sustainable Development, and National Security
Benjamin K Sovacool
Aarhus University
Goetz Walter
Int'l School of Management
View Extended Abstract

Impacts of Dynamic Probabilistic Reserve Sizing Techniques on Reserve Requirements and System Costs
Michael Bucksteeg
Christoph Weber
Lenja Niesen
University of Duisburg-Essen
View Abstract

On Integrating Large Shares of Renewables into the Electricity System
Reinhard Haas
Hans Auer
EEG, TU Wien
View Abstract

Analysis of Design Options for the German Electricity Market Ensuring Security of Supply
Dogan Keles
Lea Renz
Andreas Bublitz
Florian Zimmermann
Wolf Fichtner
Massimo Genoese
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
View Abstract

Capacity Auctions for Electricity
Emre Yucel
University of Texas at Austin
View Abstract

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44. Carbon Emissions 1 (Anka 1-2)

Lori Schell, Presiding
President
Empowered Energy

Technology Options: Can China Reach Its Electric Power Industry CO2 Emission Peak before 2030?
Xuan Zhang
Zongguo Wen
Qilu Tan
Jining Chen
Tsinghua University
View Extended Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Marginal CO2 Emissions Rates in Singapore’s Power Generation Sector: Potentials for CO2 Abatement
Anton Finenko
Energy Studies Insitute, National University of Singapore
Lynette Cheah
Singapore University of Technology and Design
View Extended Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Fuel Competition in Power Generation in India and its Implications for Fuel Price Reforms and Decarbonization
Anupama Sen
Senior Research Fellow, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Effect of Networked CHP System with Grid on CO2 Reduction in Cold Regions
Masayuki Akazawa
Kengo Suzuki
Yutaka Tabe
Takemi Chikahisa
Hokkaido University
View Extended Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

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45. Solar Energy Issues (Kirlangic 3)

Harald Proidl, Presiding
Head of Renewable Energy
Energie Control Austria

Opportunities and Challenges of Photovoltaic (PV) Growth with Self-consumption Model
Hyun Jin Julie Yu
CEA (French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission) / I-tésé (Institute for Techno-Economics of Energy Systems)
Nathalie Popiolek
CEA (French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission)/ I-tésé (Institute for Techno-Economics of Energy Systems)
View Extended Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Improving Self-consumption of Photovoltaic Systems by E-Mobility - Limits of Autarky
Albert Hiesl
Michael Hartner
Vienna University of Technology , Energy Economics Group
View Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Metals Resource Requirements for a Rapidly Growing Photovoltaics Industry
Goksin Kavlak
Jessika E Trancik
James McNerney
Robert L Jaffe
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

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46. Distributed Generation (Turna 1)

Nihan Karali, Presiding
Post Doctoral Researcher
Lawrence Berkeley National Lab

Off-grid Solar PV: Is it an Affordable or an Appropriate Solution for Rural Electrification in sub-Saharan African Countries?
Saule Baurzhan
Glenn P Jenkins
Eastern Mediterranean University
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Decentralised Market Agent (DMA) – Optimizing the Heat and Electricity Demand in a Distribution System
Noha Saad Hussein
Charlotte Senkpiel
Fraunhofer ISE
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Economic Effects of Reactive Power Supply from Distributed Generation on the Electricity System
Fabian Hinz
Dominik Möst
TU Dresden
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47. Energy Economy Interactions 2 (Turna 2-3)

Vidas Lekavicius, Presiding
Lithuanian Energy Institute

Macroeconomic Management of Natural Resource Revenues in Developing Countries
Baltasar Manzano
KAPSARC and Universidad de Vigo
Fred Joutz
Tilak Doshi
KAPSARC
View Extended Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Reducing Fossil-Fuel Subsidies and the Implication on Inequality and Poverty in Kazakhstan: A First Estimate
Peter A Howie
Anton Pak
Nazarbayev University
View Extended Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Can ASEAN Countries Promote their Economic Growth by Energy Investment? - Lessons Learnt from China
Xiying Liu
Energy Studies Institute, National University of Singapore
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48. Energy, Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction (Kirlangic 2)

Govinda Timilsina, Presiding
Senior Economist
The World Bank

Renewable Energy, Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction
Benjamin K Sovacool
Professor, Aarhus University
View Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Energy Sector Liberalisation: Pricing and Subsidy Reforms and the Poor
Tooraj Jamasb
Durham University Business School, Durham, UK
Rabindra Nepal
University of Queensland
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Does Energy Consumption Drive Economic Growth? A Meta-Analysis
David I Stern
The Australian National University
Christian Gross
University of Bath
Stephan B Bruns
University of Kassel
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Electricity Reliability, Economic Output and Welfare
Govinda R Timilsina
Sr. Economist, World Bank
View Abstract | View Conference Presentation

The Nexus between Energy Access and Welfare of Low Income Households
Govinda R Timilsina
Mike Toman
World Bank
View Abstract | View Conference Presentation

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49. Modelling Energy Demand (Manyas 3)

Yildiz Arikan, Presiding
Kemerburgaz University

An Optimization Algorithm For Exergy Supply And Demand Equilibrium In The Built Environment
Funda Bayulu
Birol Kilkis
Baskent University
View Extended Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Structural Approach to Model the Effect of ICT Innovation on Energy Demand
Jihyo Kim
Korea Energy Economics Institute
Eunnyeong Heo
Seoul National University
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Energy Inputs in Crop Production: Estimation of Derived Demand
Lyubov A Kurkalova
North Carolina A&T State University
Stephen M Randall
City of Greensboro
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

The Energy Ladder: A Model for Projecting Energy Demand
T.P. Erdmann
Shell Global Solutions International
M.D. Haigh
Shell International
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

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50. Technology Assessment (Anka 3)

Jenny Riesz, Presiding
Research Associate
UNSW Australia

Power System Planning Benefits of Dual-Fuel Gas-Electric Heating Technologies
Steve Heinen
Mark O'Malley
University College Dublin
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Evaluating Carbon Capture Ready Investment Under Uncertainty Based on a Multi-stage Decision Model
Jianlei Mo
Ying Fan
Center for Energy & Environmental Policy Research, Institute of Policy and Management, Chinese Academy of Sciences
View Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Knowledge in the Energy Sector: What R&D Expenditures and Patents Reveal About Innovation
Raphael Bointner
Vienna University of Technology, Energy Economics Group
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Compound Option Valuation for a Coalbed Methane Development Project
Young Yoon
Hanyang University
Jinsoo Kim
Hanyang university
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

GT/CCPP solutions for syngas and COREX export gas
Alp Isitman
Siemens Power and Gas
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

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51. Transport Modelling (Kirlangic 1)

Anastasia Shcherbakova, Presiding
Clinical Asst Professor
University of Texas at Dallas

VMT Taxes: The Impacts of Switching from a Volumetric Fuel Tax to a Mileage Tax
Eric G O'Rear
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kemal Sarica
Isik University
Wallace E Tyner
Purdue University
View Extended Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Total Cost of Ownership Analysis for Passenger Cars in Turkey
Enver Doruk Özdemir
German Aerospace Center (DLR)
Hasan Basri Tosun
Middle East Technical University
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Who Takes Their Foot Off the Pedal? Heterogeneity in Price and Income Elasticities of Gasoline Demand and its Determinants
Aurélien Saussay
Xavier Timbeau
French Economic Observatory (OFCE)
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52. Gas Demand & Markets (Anka 4)

Ying Fan, Presiding
Professor
Chinese Academy of Sciences

The Determinants of Trading in European Gas Hubs
Caterina Miriello
IEFE - Bocconi University
Michele Polo
Bocconi University
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

China's Natural Gas Projection and Constraint of Energy Mix
Ying Fan
Center for Energy & Environmental Policy Research, Institute of Policy and Management, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Qiang Ji
Center for Energy & Environmental Policy research, Institute of Policy and Management, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Ronald D Ripple
Mike Troilo
Collins College of Business, The University of Tulsa, United States
Zhu Sun
Lianyong Feng
School of Business Administration, China University of Petroleum
View Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Forecasting of Natural Gas Consumption Using Hybrid Grey–ANN Method
Sungjun Park
Jinsoo Kim
Hanyang University
View Extended Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

The Effect of Supply and Demand Shocks on the U.K. Natural Gas Price Volatility
Bård Misund
Atle Øglend
University of Stavanger
View Extended Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Turkey’s Natural Gas Supply Options within the Context of Energy Security
Altan Kolbay
Turcas Petrol
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 53-63
Wednesday, May 27, 1:30pm - 3:00pm

53. Global Prospects of Shale Gas (Manyas 2)

Robert E Brooks, Presiding
President
RBAC, Inc.

Shale Gas and Energy Markets in Transition: Lessons from North America
Hillard G Huntington
Executive Director, EMF, Stanford University
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Pathways to Shale Gas Development in Asia Pacific
Juan Roberto Lozano-Maya
Researcher, Asia Pacific Energy Research Centre (APERC)
View Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Investment Decisions in the Eagle Ford Shale: Reduced Form Evidence from a Dynamic Game
Mark J Agerton
Graduate Fellow, Rice University
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

The US Natural Gas Market Turned Upside Down - Marcellus Changes Everything
Robert E Brooks
President, RBAC, Inc.
View Extended Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Prospects for Shale Gas Exploration in Europe: Ongoing Experience
Iegor Riepin
Felix Muesgens
Brandenburg Technical University
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

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54. Regional Issues in Electricity (Manyas 1)

Andrew Pickford, Presiding
Adjunct Research Fellow
University of Western Australia

Planning in Restructured Electricity Industries - Lessons from Australia's National Electricity Market
Neil Raffan
Iain MacGill
Anna Bruce
University of New South Wales
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

What Role for Renewable Energy from North Africa, Western Balkans and Turkey?
Andre Ortner
Vienna University of Technology
View Abstract | View Conference Presentation

How Can Turkey Benefit From Natural Gas Fired Electricity Generation?
Berker Adigüzel
Mustafa Kerem Topuz
Deloitte Danismanlik A.S. (Deloitte Consultancy)
View Extended Abstract | View Paper

Monitoring Germany’s Aggregate Electricity Expenditures
Lars Dittmar
Georg Erdmann
Technische Universität Berlin
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

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55. Carbon Emissions 2 (Anka 1-2)

Anupama Sen, Presiding
Senior Research Fellow
Oxford Institute for Energy Studies

Revisiting Carbon Kuznets Curves with Endogenous Breaks Modeling: Evidence of Decoupling and Saturation (but few inverted-Us) for Individual OECD Countries
Brantley Liddle
Asia Pacific Energy Research Centre
George Messinis
Victoria Institute of Strategic Economic Studies
View Extended Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Assessing the Effectiveness of Renewable Portfolio Standards: An Analysis of Electricity Prices, Renewable Energy Generation and Emissions Reductions
Gregory B Upton
Brian Snyder
Louisiana State University Center for Energy Studies
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

How Significant is the 'True' Energy Efficiency to Mitigate CO2 Emissions? Evidence from OECD and OPEC Countries
Ibrahim A Tajudeen
University of Manchester, UK
View Extended Abstract

Estimating Abatement Cost Curve for Power from Shore
Bjørnar A Kvinge
Erik N Rundell
Norwegian Petroleum Directorate
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56. Wind Energy Issues (Kirlangic 3)

David Mooney, Presiding
Strategic Energy Analysis Director
National Renewable Energy Lab

Invention, Innovation and Diffusion in the European Wind Power Sector
Jonas A Grafström
Åsa Lindman
Luleå University of Technology
View Extended Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Growth of Wind Energy in Germany: the Role of Regional Policies and Policy Co-ordination
Tilmann Rave
Ifo Institute
Frank Götzke
University of Louisville
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Spatiotemporal Disaggregation of GB Scenarios Depicting Increased Wind Capacity and Electrified Heat Demand in Dwellings
Ed Sharp
UCL Energy Institute
View Extended Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Epidemic, Rank, Stock and Order Effects in Renewable Energy Diffusion: A Model and Empirical Evidence from the China’s Wind Power Sector
Yang Liu
Harbin Institute of Technology, China / Ecole Polytechnique, France
Taoyuan Wei
Center for International Climate and Environmental Research - Oslo (CICERO)
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

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57. Electricity Pricing (Turna 1)

Fehmi Gorkem Uctug, Presiding
Assistant Professor
Bahsehir University

Cap Prices or Cap Revenues? The Implications of Alternative Electricity Pricing Schemes in Jamaica
Alrick K Campbell
Australian National University
View Extended Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Market Price and Revenue Outcomes in an Electricity Market with High Renewables - An Australian Case Study
Peerapat Vithayasrichareon
Iain MacGill
Jenny Riesz
Centre for Energy and Environmental Markets, UNSW Australia
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Efficient Pricing and Investment in Competitive Energy-Only Markets
Hamid Aghaie
AIT Austrian Institute of Technology
Reinhard Haas
Vienna University of Technology
View Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Demand and Supply Management - An Econometric Analysis of Electricity Prices
Ioana Neamtu
Aarhus University
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58. Energy Access and Poverty (Turna 2-3)

David Stern, Presiding
Professor
Australian National University

Poverty Reduction and Energy Accessibility/Reliability
Michael A Toman
Lead Economist, World Bank Development Research
View Abstract | View Conference Presentation

What are the Forces that Drive the Change in Energy Poverty? The Japanese Case
Shinichiro Okushima
University of Tsukuba
View Extended Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Energy Poverty Index for Energy Management of Social Housing
Sabina Scarpellini
Pilar Rivera-Torres
Ignacio Zabalza-Bribián
Alfonso Aranda-Usón
University of Zaragoza
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59. Key Financial & Legal Issues in Turkish Energy Investments (Kirlangic 2)

Tülin Keskin, Presiding
Managing Consultant
Energy & Environment Consultancy

Financing Energy Sector in Turkey
Hülya Kurt
Türkiye Sinai Kalkinma Bankasi A.S
View Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Comparative Evaluation of the Turkish and European Legislation on Natural Gas Markets and Implications for Investors
Selma Karaduman
Founder (Attorney at Law), Karaduman Law Firm
View Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Turkey's Energy Milestones
Kari Nyman
World Bank
View Abstract | View Conference Presentation

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60. Energy Systems Modelling (Manyas 3)

Omowumi Iledare, Presiding
Professor & Director
Emerald Energy Institute, UNIPORT

Hybrid Model Between Top-down and Bottom-up Model to Reflect System Changes, Case of Japan
Hiroshi Hamasaki
Fujitsu Research Institute
View Extended Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

The CSIRO Future Grid Research Cluster: Overview and Preliminary Findings
Luke Reedman
CSIRO
Iain F. MacGill
University of New South Wales
Liam D. Wagner
John Foster
University of Queensland
David J. Hill
Zhao Y. Dong
Anthony M. Vassallo
University of Sydney
View Abstract | View Conference Presentation

The Impact of Trade Structure in Environmental CGE Modelling: An Application on Singapore
Yingzhu Li
Bin Su
Energy Studies Institute, National University of Singapore
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Turkish Electricity Sector: A Bottom-up Approach
Esin Tetik
Kemal Sarica
Isik University
View Abstract | View Conference Presentation

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61. Nuclear Power (Anka 3)

Thomas Tangeras, Presiding
Research Fellow
Research Inst of Industrial Econ

Would Progress in Nuclear Power Technology Brings the Nuclear Renaissance to ASEAN?
Victor Nian
Fellow, Energy Studies Institute, National University of Singapore
View Extended Abstract

Research on CO2 Emission Abatement Effect of Nuclear and Natural Gas Power Based on LEAP
Liya Cai
State Nuclear Power Research Institute
Jianfeng Guo
Institute of Policy and Management, Chinese Academy of Sciences
View Extended Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Consumer Responses to Food Products Produced Near the Fukushima Nuclear Plant
Kentaka Aruga
Ishikawa Prefectural University
View Extended Abstract

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62. Electric Vehicles (Kirlangic 1)

Gurcan Gulen, Presiding
Senior Energy Economist - CEE
Bureau of Economic Geology, Univ of Texas

Who Among Korean User Groups Wants to Buy Electric Vehicles
Jikhan Jeong
Korea Electric Power Corporation
Kyung Wan Rho
Seong Woo Park
Korea Energy Management Corporation
View Extended Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Optimized Operation of an Electric Vehicle DC Fast Charging Station in Combination with Storage and Photovoltaics
Johannes Schäuble
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Wolf Fichtner
Patrick Jochem
Johannes Kühner
Chair of Energy Economics, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
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On the Future Role of Hydrogen: Storage for Electricity and Fuel for Mobility
Amela Ajanovic
Reinhard Haas
Vienna University of Technology
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Stochastic Bidding of Electric Vehicles at Different Energy Markets
Maren Kier
Christoph Weber
University of Duisburg-Essen
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63. Emissions Trading 1 (Anka 4)

Ronald Ripple, Presiding
Professor of Energy Bus & Fin
The University of Tulsa

Stakeholders Views on Interactions Between Low-carbon Policies and Carbon Market in China
Mengfei Jiang
Xi Liang
University of Edinburgh
David Reiner
University of Cambridge
Lin Boqiang
Xiamen University
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Assessing the Implementation of the Market Stability Reserve
Maria Eugenia Sanin
Ecole Polytechique, Paris and EPEE, Univ. Evra Val d'Essonne
Corinne Chaton
Laboratoire de Finance des Marchés de l'Energies (FiME), Paris
Anna Creti
Univ. Dauphine, Paris and Ecole Polytechnique
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The Role of the Financial Sector in EU Emissions Trading
Regina Betz
Johanna Cludius
Zurich University of Applied Sciences
anne Schopp
German Institute for Economic Research
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