Concurrent Sessions

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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 1-12
Monday, June 20, 1:15pm - 3:00pm

1. Decentralised PV and Other Systems (Aud.A)

Anne Neumann, Presiding
Chair for Economic Policy
Universitat Potsdam

Regional Electricity System Modeling to Analyze the Impact of Storage Systems on a Renewable Energy System
Christoph Kost
Sven Längle
Verena Jülch
Charlotte Senkpiel
Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE
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Decentralized Generation and Storage Technologies in Future Energy Systems of Swiss Communities
Mashael Yazdanie
Martin Densing
Paul Scherrer Institute
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Collaborative Consumption in Energy Issues – PV-owners’ Preferences for Residential vs. Community Battery Storage Systems
Bernhard Kalkbrenner
Jutta Roosen
TUM School of Management, Technical University of Munich
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Incentives from Network Charges for Self-supply with Small Scale PV
Christine Brandstätt
Jacobs University Bremen
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Storing the Sun: System Implications of Grid Defection
Ilan Momber
Samson Y Hadush
Leonardo Meeus
Vlerick Business School
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2. Natural Gas Markets and Transportation (Aud.B)

Katerina Shaton, Presiding
PhD Candidate
Molde University College

Market Design to Provide Secure Gas Supplies before Shifting to State Measures
Chris Cuijpers
Commission for Electricity and Gas Regulation (CREG)
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The Relationship Between Regulatory Reform and Pipeline Investment: The Case of the Japanese Natural Gas Industry
Satoru Hashimoto
Teikyo University
Koichiro Tezuka
Nihon University
Masahiro Ishii
Sofia University
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Environmental Footprint of Gas Transportation: LNG vs. Pipeline
Katerina Shaton
Harald M Hjelle
Arild Hervik
Molde University College
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Forecasting Natural Gas Markets Between Chile and Argentina Under Developments of Unconventional Gas and Expansion of LNG Regasification Plants
Mauro Chavez Rodriguez
Eveline Vasquez
Alexandre Koberle
Energy Planning Program COPPE/UFRJ
Fabiola Rodriguez
Innovaes
Javier Bustos
Universidad Mayor
Daniela Varela
University of Buenos Aires
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Diversification Option: Is it Vital for Russian Gas Industry?
Hazem Heswani
Leeds Beckett University
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3. Policies and Regulations in the Electricity Market (Aud.C)

Stefan Ambec, Presiding
Professor
TSE-R / INRA

Economic Impacts of Renewable Suppert Schemes
Georg Erdmann
Fernando Oster
TU Berlin
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Operational Versus Managerial Flexibility: the Case of Renewable Energy
Ludovic Gaudard
University of Geneva and Imperial College London
Luca Taschini
London School of Economics and Political Science
Franco Romerio
University of Geneva
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Renewable Energy Deployment in EU Member States and Energy Community Contracting Parties – A Comperative Review of Past Progress and Potential Target Achivement by 2020
Lukas Liebmann
Gustav Resch
TU Wien - Energy Economics Group
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Decarbonizing Electricity Generation with Intermittent Sources of Energy
Stefan Ambec
Toulouse School of Economics
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Using General Equilibrium Models to Estimate the Rationing Cost in a Power System
Vinicius Botelho
Research Associate, Fundacao Getulio Vargas / Ibre
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4. Aspects of Public Choice (Aud.14)

Ottar Skagen, Presiding
Senior Advisor
Statoil

Who Should Pay for the Costs of the German Energy Transition? A Microeconometric Analysis of Preferences for Different Burden Sharing Rules
Elke Groh
Andreas Ziegler
University of Kassel
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Economic and Environmental Impacts of Raising Revenues for Climate Finance from Public Sources
Jan Schneider
University of Oldenburg
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Economic Instruments for the Energy Transition: Fiscal Choices to Maximize Short-term Health Benefits
Désirée Vandenberghe
Johan Albrecht
Ghent University
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Cost Uncertainty, Fariness and Political Support for Subsidzing Renewables
Traub Stefan
Helmut-Schmidt-Universität
Ole Kutzschbauch
Helmut-Schmidt-University
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On the Relevance of Economic Expectations, Ideological Identification, and Social Values and Norms for the Acceptance of the German Energy Transition: A Micro-econometric Analysis
Andreas Ziegler
University of Kassel
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5. Electricity Grid Financing & Regulation (Aud.Finn Kydland)

Jerald Fletcher, Presiding
Professor and Director
West Virginia University

Persistent and Transient Productive Inefficiency in a Regulated Industry: Electricity Distribution in New Zealand
Massimo Filippini
ETH Zurich & USI
Bill Greene
New York University
Giuliano Masiero
USI & University Bergamo
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Uncertainty in Benefit-cost Analysis of Smart Grid Demonstration Projects in the U.S., China and Italy
Nihan Karali
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Gianluca Flego
Silvia Vitiello
European Commission JRC
Chris Marnay
Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
Dong Zhang
Jiancheng Yu
State Grid Corp. of China
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Disincentive Regulation: Evidence for Ratchet Effect Among German Electricity Distribution System Operators
Michael Hellwig
Dominik Schober
ZEW Centre for European Economic Research
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Empirical Analysis of Local Opposition to New Energy Infrastructure
Johannes Reichl
Michael Schmidthaler
Energieinstitut JKU Linz
Klaus Moeltner
Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, Virginia Tech
Jed J Cohen
Virginia Tech
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Grid Financing Strategies in the Death Spiral: A Simulation Based Analysis of Grid Tariff Designs
Merla D. Kubli
Zürich University of Applied Sciences & University of St. Gallen
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6.  Intermittent Renewable Electricity Generation (Aud. Jan Mossin)

Thomas Leautier, Presiding
TSE Researcher
Toulouse School of Economics

Comparative Scenarios in Islanded Systems: Energy Supply-storage Sizing Problem Applied to Electricity and Mobility
Rodica Loisel
Lionel Lemiale
Université de Nantes, IEMN-IAE
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Solar, Wind and Market Power in a Hydro Based Grid
Stephen Poletti
Mina Gholami
University of Auckland
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Impact of Variable Renewable Energy Production on Electricity Prices Through a Modeling Approach
Cyril Martin de Lagarde
Anna Creti
Université Paris-Dauphine
Christophe Bonnery
ERDF
Frédéric Lantz
IFP EN, IFP School
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Electricity Storage and Flexibility Requirements on the Road to Decarbonization in European Electricity
Clemens Gerbaulet
Casimir Lorenz
TU Berlin
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Estimating Emissions Offsets of Intermittent Renewable Energy
Miguel A Castro
Michigan State University
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7. Financial Risk and Electricity Markets (Aud. Agnar Sandmo)

Patrick Narbel, Presiding
Partner
ADAPT Consulting AS

Financial Arbitrage and Efficient Dispatch in Wholesale Electricity Markets
John E Parsons
MIT Sloan School of Management
Cathleen Colbert
California ISO
Erin Mastrangelo
Jeremy Larrieu
Taylor Martin
FERC
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Zero-Variable Cost Power Systems: Implications for Electricity Market Design and Capacity Investments
Jesse D Jenkins
Nestor Sepulveda
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Fernando J de Sisternes
Argonne National Laboratory
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Risk Exposure in Electricity Markets: The Need for Intra-day Hedging
Raphaël Homayoun Boroumand
Associate Professor of Economics, PSB Paris School of Business
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Market and Policy Risks for VRE Investment and their Impacts on Effectiveness and Efficiency of RES-E Policy Targets – An Agent-Based Modelling Approach
Matthias Reeg
German Aerospace Center (DLR) - Systems Analysis and Technology Assessment
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The Corporate Social Responsibility of Hydropower Companies in Alpine Regions – A Welfare-economic Approach
Werner Hediger
HTW Chur
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8. Innovations and Technologies (Aud. Terje Hansen)

Roger Fouquet, Presiding
Professor
Grantham Research Inst LSE

Life Cycle Analyses of End-User Electricity Generation in Ten Major European Countries
Gorkem F Uctug
Gizem Alevli
Bahcesehir University
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The Welfare Effects of Energy Services and Technologies (1700-2010)
Roger Fouquet
London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
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Technology Implications for an Integrated European Bioeconomy
Fabian Schipfer
Reinhard Haas
Lukas Kranzl
Energy Economics Group
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Structuring Public Support for Radical Low-Carbon Innovation in the Materials Sector: Bridging the Valley of Death
Vera Zipperer
Karsten Neuhoff
DIW Berlin
Gregory Nemet
University of Wisconsin-Madison
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Multinational Innovation, Product Life Cycles and Intellectual Property Rights Protection: Which is the Best Place to Invent Something?
Giulia Valacchi
IHEID
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9. Best Student Paper Award Session (Aud.24)

Knut Einar Rosendahl, Presiding
Professor
Norwegian Univ. of Life Science (HH)

Carbon Taxes, Oil Monopoly and Petrodollar Recycling
Waldemar Marz
Johannes Pfeiffer
IFO Institute for Economic Research at the University of Munich
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Estimating the Potential for Electricity Savings in Households
Nina Boogen
ETH Zurich, Center of Economic Research (CER-ETH)
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Reliability, Congestion and Investment in Electricity Transmission
Marten Ovaere
KU Leuven, Department of Economics
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How to Sell Renewable Electricity - Interactions of the Intraday and Day-Ahead Market Under Uncertainty
Frank Obermüller
Andreas Knaut
Institute of Energy Economics, University of Cologne
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10. Heat and Electricity (Aud.23)

Benjamin Schlesinger, Presiding
President
Benjamin Schlesinger & Assoc LLC

CHP Plant Operation and Electricity Market Prices – Analytical Insights and Large-Scale Model Application
Björn Felten
Research Associate, University of Duisburg-Essen
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Residential Energy Efficiency and European Carbon Policies: A CGE-analysis with Bottom-up Information on Energy Efficiency Technologies
Orvika Rosnes
Brita Bye
Taran Fæhn
Statistics Norway
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Endogenous Power and Heat Generation Modelling in various CHP Plant Types
Andreas Bloess
DIW Berlin
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Status-quo Bias and Consumers' Willingness to Pay for Green Electricity: A Discrete Choice Experiment With Real Economic Incentives
Fabian Grabicki
Roland Menges
Clausthal University of Technology
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Technical-Economic Potential of PV Systems on Colombian Residential Sector
Rosa Esperanza González Mahecha
André Lucena
Alexandre Szklo
Raul Miranda
PPE/COPPE
Ferreira Paula
Universidade do Minho
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11. Prospects for Nuclear Power (Aud.22)

Christian von Hirschhausen, Presiding
Professor
TU Berlin

Phasing Out Nuclear Power in Europe
Rolf Golombek
Hilde H Le Tissier
Frisch Centre
Finn R Aune
Statistics Norway
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Ambiguity Aversion and the Expected Cost of Rare Energy Disasters: An Application to Nuclear Power Accidents
Romain Bizet
François Lévêque
Mines ParisTech - CERNA Centre for Industrial Economics
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Logistics of Dismantling Nuclear Power Plants - A Model-Based Analysis of Low- and Intermediate-Level Waste Management in Germany
Tim Scherwath
German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin)
Roman Mendelevitch
Technische Universität Berlin (TU Berlin)
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Economic Aspects of Atomic Power in the 21st Century – Old Questions, But New Insights
Hannes Weigt
University Basel
Christian von Hirschhausen
TU Berlin
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Decommissioning of Nuclear Power Plants and Storage of Nuclear Waste - International Comparison of Organisation Models and Policy Perspectives
Christian von Hirschhausen
TU Berlin / DIW Berlin
Ben Wealer
Jan Paul Seidel
TU Berlin
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12. Wind Power (Aud.21)

Jorgen Bjorndalen, Presiding
EC Group AS

Effects of Policies on Patenting in Wind Power Technologies
Joachim Schleich
Grenoble Ecole de Management
Mario Ragwitz
Rainer Walz
Fraunhofer Institute Systems and Innovation Research
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Explaining the Slow Diffusion of New Renewable Energy in the Argentine Electricity Market: A Wrong Policy Mix or An Unfavourable Context?
Germán Bersalli
Grenoble-Alpes University
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Has Wind Energy Forecasting Solved the Challenge Posed by Intermittency? Evidence from the United Kingdom
Kevin F Forbes
Ernest M Zampelli
The Catholic University of America
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Paying the Premium? How Wind Power Policies Impact the Financing Costs of Renewables
Nils May
Karsten Neuhoff
DIW Berlin
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Nearshore versus Offshore: Comparative Cost and Competitive Advantages
Henrik Klinge Jacobsen
Christoph Wolter
Pablo Hevia-Koch
Technical University of Denmark
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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 13-24
Monday, June 20, 3:30pm - 5:15pm

13. Electricity Demand and Retail Prices (Aud.A)

Richard Green, Presiding
Professor
Imperial College Business School

The Impact of Electricity Price Liberalisation on Bangladesh Economy
Sakib B. Amin
North South University
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Analysing the Impact of Energy Regulation on Electricity Retail Prices
Elisa Trujillo-Baute
University of Warwick & Barcelona Institute of Economics, Chair of Energy Sustainability
Pablo del Rio
IPP-CSIC
Pere Mir-Artigues
Universitat de Lleida & Chair of Energy Sustainability
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Estimates from an Energy Demand System: Evaluating the Effects of Electricity Price Change on CO2 Emissions and Poverty in Germany
Dragana Nikodinoska
Christian Albrechts University of Kiel, Germany
Carsten Schröder
German Institute for Economic Research (DIW/SOEP) and Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
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Intertwining Sectoral Electricity Load Profiles at City Level
João P Gouveia
Júlia Seixas
Ana Mestre
Lisandra Miguel
CENSE, FCT NOVA
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Malmquist Productivity Analysis Based on StoNED
Endre Bjørndal
Xiaomei Cheng
Mette Bjørndal
Norwegian School of Economics
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14. Oil Markets and Trade (Aud.B)

Tatiana Mitrova, Presiding
Research Scholar CGEP
Columbia University

A Macroeconomic Analysis of Lifting the U.S. Crude Export Ban
Nida C Melek
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Mine Yucel
Michael Plante
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
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Crude Oil Exports and Shipping Constraints in the Global Market. Empirical Evidence Explaining Global Crude Price Differentials.
Gregory B Upton
Louisiana State University Center for Energy Studies
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Crude Inventory Accounting and Speculation in the Physical Oil Market
Ivan Diaz-Rainey
David Lont
Helen Roberts
University of Otago
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Evolution of Prices and Margin in the Spanish Retail Automotive Fuels Market: What Do They Reflect?
Ignacio Contín-Pilart
Universidad Pública de Navarra and INARBE
Mª Blanca Palacios
Alejandro Bello
Universidad Pública de Navarra
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Presentation on Shell’s New Lens Scenarios and the World Energy Model
Anna Chroni
Shell
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15. Renewable Energy Policy (Aud.C)

Adonis Yatchew, Presiding
Professor
University of Toronto

Assessing the Impact of Renewable Support Policies - Modelling Investors and Investment Decisions
Francesco Hipp
Christoph Weber
University of Duisburg-Essen
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Policies for Decarbonizing A Liberalized Power Sector
David M Newbery
Professor, EPRG, University of Cambridge
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The Impact of Public Policies in the Renewables Deployment: a Comparative Study Between Installed Capacity and Electricity Generation
António C Marques
Diogo A Pereira
José A Fuinhas
University of Beira Interior
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Tradable Green Certificates vs. Feed-in tariffs: A Note on Risk
Kristin Linnerud
Senior Researcher, CICERO
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Stimulating Renewable Energy and Policy Design: a Model Analysis of The Power Market
Yuyu Zeng
Machiel Mulder
University of Groningen
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16. Emission Pricing (Aud.14)

Jurgis Vilemas, Presiding
Leading Scientist
Vytautas Magnus University

Does Emission Permits Allocation Affect Carbon Cost Passthrough? A Theoretical Analysis
Mei Wang
Peng Zhou
Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics
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Market Power in Performance-based Permit Trading Policies: Walk on the Thin Ice?
Yihsu Chen
University of California Santa Cruz
Makoto Tanaka
National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies
Afzal S. Siddiqui
University College London
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Unilateral Emission Pricing and OPEC's Behaviour
Christoph Böhringer
Jan Schneider
University of Oldenburg
Knut Einar Rosendahl
Norwegian University of Life Science
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Impacts of Carbon Prices on Competitiveness and Windfall Profits
Dominik Möst
Matthew Schmidt
Hannes Hobbie
TU Dresden
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17. Changing Wholesale Market Structures (Aud.Finn Kydland)

Finn Forsund, Presiding
Professor Emeritus
University of Oslo

Optimizing The Mix and Structure of Successor Companies in Electricity Market Restructuring
Dzikri Hakam
University of Dundee
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Hydropower and Nodal Pricing
Finn R Førsund
Professor Emeritus, University of Oslo
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The RES-Induced Switching Effect Across Fossil Fuels: an Analysis of the Italian Day-ahead and Balancing Markets
Lucia V Parisio
Matteo Pelagatti
Angelica Gianfreda
University of Milan-Bicocca
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Transmission Allocation for Bilateral Vs Competitive Transactions: Prices, Market Power and Welfare in i Simulation on a Power Exchange
Anoop Singh
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
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Heading Towards Complete and Competitive Electricity Markets
Reinhard Haas
Hans Auer
TU Wien
Georg Erdmann
TU Berlin
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18. Energy Services and Energy Demand (Aud. Jan Mossin)

Christian von Hirschhausen, Presiding
Professor
TU Berlin

Transition to a 100% Renewable Transport Fuel System and Implications for Economic Costs and Greenhouse Gas Mitigation: A Simulation-Based Comparison between Hydrogen and Electricity
Ehsan Shafiei
Brynhildur Davidsdottir
Iceland University
Eyjolfur Ingi Asgeirsson
Hlynur Stefansson
Reykjavik University
Jonathan Leaver
Unitec Institute of Technology
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Analysis of Urban Energy in the Nordic Region
Kari Aa Espegren
Institute for Energy Technology (IFE)
Uwe Remme
IEA
Arne Lind
IFE
Tiina Koljonen
Tomi J Lindroos
VTT
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The Impact of Policy Measures on Future Power Generation Portfolio and Infrastructure – A Combined Electricity and Carbon Capture Investment and Dispatch Model
Pao-Yu Oei
TU Berlin
Roman Mendelevitch
DIW Berlin
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Rebound Effect for Household Energy Services in the UK
Mona Chitnis
University of Surrey
Roger Fouquet
London School of Economics and Political Science
Steve Sorrell
University of Sussex
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Green Power Demand in the USA
Leila Dagher
American University of Beirut
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19. Investments and Real Options (Aud. Agnar Sandmo)

Thore Johnsen, Presiding
Professor
NHH

Policy Uncertainty and Real Options in Switching of Peak Generators
Stein-Erik Fleten
Alois Pichler
Marius Johansen
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Carl J Ullrich
James Madison University
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A Proposal of Reformulation of Hydropower Sales Contracts in the Brazilian Electricity Sector
Glaucia Fernandes
Luiz E Brandão
Leonardo L. Gomes
Gabriel R Vasconcelos
Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro
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Off-shore Enhanced Oil Recovery in the North Sea: The Impact of Price Uncertainty on the Investment Decisions
Tine Compernolle
Hasselt University
Kris Welkenhuysen
Kris Piessens
Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences - Geological Survey of Belgium
Peter Kort
Kuno Huisman
Tilburg University
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Optimal Investment in Spare Capacity: A Real Options Approach
Yaser Faquih
Economics Department, Rice University
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Estimating the Value of Flexibility from Real Options – on the Adequacy of Hybrid Electricity Price Models
Christian Pape
Christoph Weber
University of Duisburg-Essen
Oliver Woll
ZEW
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20. Emissions in the Residential and Transportation Sectors (Aud. Terje Hansen)

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

The Determinants of Individuals' Efforts for Reducing Energy Use in Transportation and Residence
Wen-Hsiu Huang
Ling Tung University
Ming-Che Chao
National Chi Nan University
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Environmental Regulations in Shipping: Policies Leaning Towards Scrubbers Entail Important Penalties
Haakon-Elizabeth Lindstad
Norwegian Marine Technology Research Institute - MARINTEK AS
Gunnar S Eskeland
NHH
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Daily Travel Carbon Emissions and Mitigation Potential Analysis Using Individual Data in Beijing
Can Wang
Yuan Yang
Tsinghua University
Wenling Liu
Beijing Institute of Technology
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Evaluating the Impacts of a Proposed Carbon Tax, and Other Policies, in Washington State
Greg L Nothstein
Washington State Dept. of Commerce
Keibun Mori
Deloitte Tohmatsu Consulting, LLC
Roel Hammerschlag
Hammerschlag & Co. LLC
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Peak Car and Peak Rebound? A Closer Look at Recent Trends in Car Travel in Great Britain
Lee Stapleton
Steve Sorrell
University of Sussex
Tim Schwanen
University of Oxford
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21. Energy Efficiency Measures and Measurement (Aud.24)

Helena Meier, Presiding
University of Cologne

Measuring the Efficiency of Energy-intensive Industries Across 23 EU Countries
Georgia Makridou
Kostas Andriosopoulos
ESCP Europe
Constantin Zopounidis
Michael Doumpos
Technical University of Crete
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Heterogeneity and Barriers to Organizational Adoption of Cross-cutting Energy Efficiency Measures
Mark Olsthoorn
Joachim Schleich
Grenoble Ecole de Management
Simon Hirzel
Fraunhofer ISI
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Method Review of National Comprehensive Assessments Performed under Article 14 EED
Richard Büchele
TU Wien, EEG
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Tracking Energy Efficiency Progress in Key Emerging Economies
Liu Yang
International Energy Agency
Bin Su
Energy Studies Institute, Singapore
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How Technological Potentials are Undermined by Economic and Behavioral Responses - Selection Bias and Endogenous Energy Efficiency Measures
Helena Meier
Christian Tode
University of Cologne
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22. Energy Security in Power Systems (Aud.23)

James Smith, Presiding
Professor of Finance
Southern Methodist University

Optimal Level of Supply Security in the Power Sector with Growing Shares of Fluctuating Renewable Energy
Aaron Praktiknjo
RWTH Aachen
Lars Dittmar
TU Berlin
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Assessing the Interdependencies among Dimensions of Security of Supply in the Electricity Sector
Sebastian Osorio
Ann van Ackere
University of Lausanne
Erik Larsen
University of Lugano
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Assessment of Renewable Energy Sources (RES) With Concerns of Policy and Technology in Chile: Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) Approach
Shahriyar Nasirov
Claudio Agostini
Carlos Silva
Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez
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Comparative Study of Electricity Sustainability Issues in ASEAN-5 Using the Electricity Sector Sustainability Indicators
Peerapat Vithayasrichareon
Centre for Energy and Environmental Markets, UNSW Australia
Xiying Liu
Energy Studies Institute, National University of Singapore
Tue Anh Nguyen
University of Greenwich
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Energy Security in a Low-carbon World: Identifying the Main Uncertain Drivers of Energy Security in Europe
Stéphanie Monjon
Université Paris Dauphine, PSL Research University, LEDa
Céline Guivarch
CIRED, Ecole des Ponts
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23. Energy Demand in Households and Industries (Aud.22)

John Jimison, Presiding
Senior Advisor
Energy Future Coalition

Income and Energy Consumption in Asia
Ronald D. Ripple
The University of Tulsa
Raymond Li
Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Roselyne Joyeux
Macquarie University
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Analysing the Convergence of the Electricity Intensities of the Production Sectors in Europe
María Jesús Gutiérrez
Miguel-Ángel Tarancón
Universidad de Castilla - La Mancha
Pablo del Río
National Research Council of Spain (CSIC)
Vicent Alcántara
Universitat de Barcelona
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Energy Prices and Industrial Competitiveness: Is Shale Gas Triggering a U.S. Manufacturing Renaissance?
Aurélien Saussay
French Economic Observatory (OFCE)
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Income, Energy Poverty and Individual Health in Spain
Euan Phimister
University of Aberdeen
Esperanza Vera-Toscano
Instituto de Estudios Sociales Avanzados, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas (IESA-CSIC)
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Germany’s Energy Accounts For Heat Services
Fernando Oster
Georg Erdmann
TU Berlin
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24. Fossil Fuel Extraction (Aud.21)

Toshihide Arimura, Presiding
Professor, Dept of Economics
Waseda University

Production Estimation of Undeveloped Unconvntional Gas Development: The Case of Wells in the Bowland Shale Regions (England)
Ukadike Victor Nwaobi
Gabrial Anandarajah
UCL Energy Institute
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Regulating Under Conditions of Uncertainty and Risk: Lessons Learned from the Regulation of Hydraulic Fracturing in the U.S.
Jonah J Ralston
Jason Kalmbach
University of Wisconsin
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Rig Rates and Decreasing Productivity
Kristin H. Roll
Petter Osmundsen
University of Stavanger
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Labor Mobility in the Energy Industry: Evidence from the Shale Boom
Mallory C Vachon
Louisiana State University
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Natural Resource Extraction with Reversible Stock Pollution
Peifang Yang
China University of Petroleum (Beijing)
Graham A Davis
Colorado School of Mines
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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 25-36
Tuesday, June 21, 10:30am - 12:15pm

25. Flexibility Options (Aud.A)

Yves Smeers, Presiding
Professor
University Catholique de Louvain

Remuneration of Flexibility Using Operating Reserve Demand Curves: A Case Study of Belgium
Anthony Papavasiliou
Mathieu Van Vyve
Yves Smeers
Université catholique de Louvain
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Energy Storage and Peak Load Pricing for More Efficient Deferrable Demand Management
Alberto J Lamadrid
Lehigh University
Timothy D Mount
Cornell University
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Reserve Provision by Electric Vehicles: Scenarios for Germany
Wolf-Peter Schill
Jochen Diekmann
Alexander Zerrahn
DIW Berlin
Moritz Niemeyer

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End of the Road for Peakers? The Future Economics of Electricity Storage at Peak Moments in National Electricity Systems
Lennert Thomas
Johan Albrecht
Sam Hamels
Ghent University
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The Nano-Grid: A Sustainable Resolution to the Energy Infrastructure Crisis
Sarah B. von Helfenstein
CEO, Value Analytics & Design LLC
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26. Upstream Petroleum Economics (Aud.B)

Peter Hartley, Presiding
Professor & Baker Institute Scholar
Rice University

Cost Overrun at the Norwegian Continental Shelf - The Element of Surprise
Sindre Lorentzen
Atle Øglend
Petter Osmundsen
University of Stavanger
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Modelling and Forecasting Rig Rates on the Norwegian Continental Shelf
Terje Skjerpen
Statistics Norway
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Innovation in the Supply and Procurement of Rig Services
Petter Osmundsen
Professor, University of Stavanger
View Extended Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

The Crisis in the Oil Industry and its Impacts on the Brazilian Macroeconomic Indicators
Niágara Rodrigues
Federal Fluminense University
Marcelo C Ferraro
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro - UFRJ
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Anatomy of a Shale Boom: The Roles of Long-Lived Capital, Leasing, and Productivity Differences
Mark Agerton
Rice University
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27. Impacts of RE Use (Aud.C)

Barbara Breitschopf, Presiding
Fraunhofer Institute

Social Impacts of Renewables in Germany – Size, History and Alleviation
Ulrike G Lehr
Thomas Drosdowski
Institute of Economic Structures Research (GWS)
Barbara Breitschopf
FhG-ISI
Jochen Diekmann
German Economic Institute (DIW)
View Abstract | View Paper

Distributional Effects of the Special Equalisation Scheme for Electricity-intensive Enterprises and Rail Operators Within the Scope of the Renewavle Energy Sources Act in Germany
Juri Horst
Alexander Zipp
IZES gGmbH
View Extended Abstract

Do Renewable Energies Reduce Regional Disparities in Germany
Luisa Sievers
Matthias Pfaff
Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research
Axel Schaffer
Universität der Bundeswehr München
View Extended Abstract

Impact of RE Policy on Technology Costs – PV System Costs in Germany
Barbara Breitschopf
Fraunhofer ISI
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Impact of RE Policy on Energy Security in the German Heating Sector
Barbara Breitschopf
Martin Pudlik
Fraunhofer ISI
Alexander Schlotz
Markus Lau

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28. Emission Permits Trading (Aud.14)

Endre Tvinnereim , Presiding
Uni Research Rokkan Centre

Joint Impacts of Emission Trading and Consumer Low-carbon Awareness on Firm's Decision
Wen Wen
Peng Zhou
Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics
View Extended Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Emissions Tax, Emissions Trading and Allowance Banking under Ambiguity Aversion
Simon Quemin
Paris-Dauphine University, Climate Economics Chair
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The Impact of Risk Aversion on the European CO2 Emission Trade System
Jörn C. Richstein
DIW
Laurens J De Vries
Delft University of Technology
View Abstract | View Conference Presentation

How Much is Enough? EU-ETS Induced National Climate Target Uncertainty
Michael Pahle
Paul Nahmmacher
Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)
Christian Flachsland
Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change (MCC)
View Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Ex-Post Analysis of Cost-Efficiency in the 2nd Trading Period of the EU ETS
Johanna Cludius
Katja Schumacher
Oeko-Institut
Nele Friedrichsen
Vicki Duscha
Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI
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29. Demand Response & Retail Markets (Aud.Finn Kydland)

Iain MacGill, Presiding
Joint Director, CEEM
University of NSW

Residual Demand Manipulations and Market Power in Electricity Markets
David Benatia
Université de Montréal, Département de Sciences Économiques
Pierre-Olivier Pineau
HEC Montréal
Étienne Billette de Villemeur
Université de Lille 1
View Extended Abstract

An Assessment of the Economic Potential of Large-scale Demand Response: Is There a Business Opportunity in France?
Antoine Verrier
Paris Dauphine University, Chair of European Electricity Markets
View Extended Abstract

Estimating Energy Rationing Costs in Brazil with Contingent Valuation Models
Edson Goncalves
FGV
View Extended Abstract

Risk Implications of Investments in Demand Response from an Aggregator Perspective
Jonas Katz
Lena Kitzing
Technical University of Denmark
View Extended Abstract | View Paper

Competition in Retail Energy Markets: An Assessment of 10 Year Dutch Experience
Machiel Mulder
University of Groningen
Bert Willems
Tilburg University
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30. Regional Electricity Markets and Network Constraints (Aud. Jan Mossin)

Massimo Filippini, Presiding
Professor of Economics
ETH Zurich CEPE & Univ. of Lugano

A System Approach to Optimize Regional Energy Systems with Power Distribution Constraints and Options
Alain Haurie
Ordecsys
Marc Vielle
EPFL
Frédéric Babonneau
ORDECSYS and EPFL
View Abstract | View Conference Presentation

What is the Price of National Energy Policies? A Scenario-based Analysis of Market Integration Impact and Emission Targets on Eletricity Generation and Grid Expansion in Europe until 2035
Jens Weibezahn
Mario Kendziorski
Pao-Yu Oei
Valentin Zinnecker
Technische Universität Berlin
View Extended Abstract

Influence of Balancing Reserves on the Electricity Infrastructure in Europe Until 2050
Casimir Lorenz
DIW Berlin / TU Berlin
Clemens Gerbaulet
TU Berlin
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Interdependencies Between Swiss Electricity Prices and the Neighbouring Energy Markets
Dogan Keles
Wolf Fichtner
Joris Dehler
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
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Congestion Management in a Stochastic Dispatch Model for Electricity Markets
Mette Bjørndal
Endre Bjørndal
NHH
Kjetil Midthun
SINTEF
Golbon Zakeri
University of Auckland
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31. Management, Investment, Disinvestment and Bubbles (Aud. Agnar Sandmo)

Eirik S. Amundsen, Presiding
Professor
University of Bergen and University of Copenhagen

Business as Unusual: the Implications of Fossil Divestment for Financial Flows, Economic Growth and the Energy Market
Solveig Glomsrød
Taoyuan Wei
Center for International Climate and Environmental Research - Oslo (CICERO)
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Blowing Bubbles? A Conceptual Analysis of the Carbon Bubble Hypothesis
Arjan Trinks
University of Groningen
Bert Scholtens
University of Groningen (NL), University of Saint Andrews (UK)
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Carbon Risks and Corporate Valuation
Gianfranco Gianfrate
Harvard University
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Probable Oil & Gas Reserves: Effect on Returns
Bård Misund
Petter Osmundsen
University of Stavanger
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Government Performance in Managing the U.S. Special Petroleum Reserve (SPR)
Carol A Dahl
Colorado School of Mines
Yang Bai
Nanjing Normal University
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32. Energy Use and Economic Growth (Aud. Terje Hansen)

Ottar Skagen, Presiding
Senior Advisor
Statoil

The Relationship BetweenEeconomic Growth and Energy Consumption in Newfoundland and Labrador: Sectoral and Fuel Type Consumption Analysis
Kayode E Olaide
Memorial University of Newfoundland
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Long-term Endogenous Economic Growth and Transition Towards Renewable Energy
Victor Court
Pierre-André Jouvet
Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense
Frédéric Lantz
IFP Energies Nouvelles
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Energy Consumption and Human Capital: A Driver or Drag for Economic Growth
Youngho Chang
Zheng Fang
Nanyang Technological University
View Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Economic Growth, Oil Consumption & Energy Conservation Policies: What are the Implications?
Kelly Burns
Curtin University
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Fossil Energy in Economic Growth: A Study of the Energy Direction of Technical Change, 1950-2012
Gregor S Semieniuk
University of Sussex
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33. Energy Efficiency Policies and Incentives (Aud.24)

Ricardo Raineri Bernain, Presiding
Professor
Pontifica Univ Catolica de Chile

Government Policy and Energy Efficiency - Learnings From a Public Good Game
Roland Menges
Gregor Beyer
Clausthal University of Technology
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Assesing the Impact of Energy Efficiency Standards on Residential Electricity Consumption in Mexico
Fernando H Navajas
FIEL and University of Buenos Aires
Hildegart A Ahumada
University Torcuato Di Tella
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Seemingly Unrelated Intervention: Environmental Management Systems at Workplaces and Energy Conservation Behaviors at Home
Tohi H Arimura
Hajime Katayama
Waseda University
Mari Sakudo
Development Bank of Japan
Kazuyuki Iwata
Takasaki City University of Economics
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Identifying Key Determinants of Energy-Efficient Renovations: Evidence from Slovenian Homeowners
Jelena Zoric
University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics
Nevenka Hrovatin
University of Ljubljana
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Incentive Problems in the Implementation of Efficient International Energy Storage
Joachim Geske
Richard Green
Imperial College London
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34. Household Energy Demand (Aud.23)

John Parsons, Presiding
Senior Lecturer, Sloan School of Management
MIT

Elasticity of Residential Electricity Demand in the State of New York (1994-2013)
Pierre-Olivier Pineau
HEC Montreal
Etienne Billette de Villemeur
Université de Lille
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Time Use, Lifestyle and Energy Consumption: Lessons from Time Use and Budget Data for French Households
Simona De Lauretis
CIRED / EDF R&D
Frédéric Ghersi
CNRS/CIRED
Jean-Michel Cayla
EDF R&D
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Impact of Tariff on the Household Consumption of Electricity in Brazil
Joao M L Moreira
Universidade Federal do ABC - UFABC
Maria J C Villarreal
Universidade Federal do ABC
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Estimating Residential Gas Demand Using Household-level Data
Bettina Hirl
Università della Svizzera italiana
Massimo Filippini
Università della Svizzera italiana; Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETHZ)
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Two-Period Household Electricity Demand Estimation with Limited Data
Olvar Bergland
Norwegian University of Life Sciences
H Alan Love
Washington State University
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35. Electric and Hydrogen Vehicles (Aud.22)

Amela Ajanovic, Presiding
Senior Research Scientist
Vienna University of Technology

Policy Design and Environmental Benefits of Electric Vehicles
Amela Ajanovic
Reihard Haas
Vienna University of Technology
View Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Cost-benefit Analysis of Hydrogen-based Transport in Europe
Carmen Amalia Cantuarias
Alexis Vignes
Benno Weinberger
Jean-Marc Brignon
INERIS
Leonardo Roses
HyGear B.V.
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Environmental Policies for the Light Duty Vehicle Sector in the US: An Up to Date Modeling Approach
Nikos Zirogiannis
Sanya Carley
Saba Siddiki
John D. Graham
Denvil Duncan
Indiana University
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Stochastic Non-routine Trips and the Potential of Vehicle-to-grid (V2G)
Joachim Geske
Research Associate, Imperial College London
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Electricity Demand Projection for Electric Vehicles (EV) in Turkey: Bottom-up Modelling Approach, and Comparison with EU
Ozturk Zafer
Bogazici University
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36. Bio and Geothermal Energy (Aud.21)

Jean-Michel Glachant, Presiding
Director
Florence School of Regulation

Optimisation of the Bioeconomy – Cost-Effective Swedish Bioenergy Pathways
Erik O. Ahlgren
Chalmers University of Technology
Martin Börjesson Hagberg
IVL - Swedish Environmental Research Institute
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Biofuel Potential in Mexico: Land Use, Economic and Environmental Effects
Hector M Nuñez
Anna D Mata
Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Success Factors For Geothermal Electricity Development: The Philippines Case-Can it Sustain Its Current Status?
Elvira T. Gelindon
Senior Researcher, Asia Pacific Energy Research Centre
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

The Effect of Biofuels on the Link between Oil and Agricultural Commodity Prices: A Smooth Transition Cointegration Approach
Anthony Paris
Ph.D. Student, IFPEN & EconomiX-CNRS, University Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense
View Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Case Studies in Alternate Uses of Biomethane from Wastewater Treatment Plants and Landfill Gas Facilities in California
Lori Smith Schell
Empowered Energy
Scott Samuelsen
Brendan P Shaffer
University of California-Irvine
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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 37-48
Tuesday, June 21, 3:15pm - 5:00pm

37. Future Electricity Generation Mixes (Aud.A)

Fridrik Baldursson, Presiding
Professor
Reykjavik University

Assessing Possible Generation Portfolios for China's Future Carbon Constrained Electricity Industry
Peerapat Vithayasrichareon
Iain MacGill
UNSW Australia
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Which Value of Nuclear Flexibility to Foster the Integration of Intermittent Renewable Energy Sources? Prospective Study on Technical Potentials and Economic Impacts in the French Power System
Camille Cany
CEA/I-tésé
Alizée Chazottes
CEA, Université Paris Saclay
Christine Mansilla
I-tésé, CEA, Université Paris Saclay
Gilles Mathonnière
I-tésé, CEA, Université Paris Saclay, F-91191 Gif-sur-Yvette, France
Pascal da Costa
Laboratoire Genie Industriel, CentraleSupélec, Université Paris-Saclay, Grande Voie des Vignes, 92290 Chatenay-Malabry, France
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Optimal Reserve Provision in Electricity Markets With Increasing Shares of Renewable Energy Sources
Fridrik M Baldursson
Ewa Lazarczyk
Reykjavik University
Christoph Weber
Julia Bellenbaum
Lenja Niesen
University Duisburg-Essen
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Long-run Power Storage Requirements for High Shares of Renewables: A New Open-source Model
Alexander Zerrahn
Wolf-Peter Schill
DIW Berlin
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An Economic Assessment of Flexible Electricity-to-thermal Strategies to Enable High Shares of Variable Renewable Electricity
Torjus F Bolkesjø
Jon G Kirkerud
Åsa G Tveten
Erik Trømborg
Norwegian University of Life Sciences
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38. Natural Gas: an Enabler for Large-Scale Penetration of Renewable Energy (Aud.B)

Silvia Pariente-David, Presiding
Senior Energy Specialist

Transition to Hub Indexation and More Flexible Natural Gas Contracts in East Asia
Xunpeng Shi
Hari MP
Energy Studies Institute, NUS
View Abstract | View Conference Presentation

The Economics of Natural Gas Storage in Europe
Andreas Schroeder
Alexandre Haikel
Uniper
View Abstract

Natural Gas: Future Potential in Enabling Renewables
Karen Sund
Nina Strøm Christensen
Sund Energy
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Phasing Out Coal for Global Electricity Production – Effects on Arctic Gas Deliveries
Lars Lindholt
Statistics Norway
Solveig Glomsrød
CICERO
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Future Role of Natural Gas Storages and Competition with Alternative Flexibility Sources
Iegor Riepin
Felix Müsgens
BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg
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39. Solar Power (Aud.C)

Johannes Mauritzen, Presiding
BI Norwegian Business School

Lease or Buy? Quality Differences and Asymmetric Information in California Solar Panels
Johannes Mauritzen
BI Norwegian Business School
View Extended Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Value of Solar Photovoltaics in Singapore: Calculating the Merit Order Effect
Anthony D Owen
Anton G Finenko
Gautam Jindal
Xiying Liu
Energy Studies Institute, National University of Singapore
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Potential Socio-economic and Environmetnal Impacts of Future CSP Exports from Morocco to Europe
Natàlia Caldés
Yolanda Lechon
Cristina De la Rúa
CIEMAT
Franz Trieb
DLR
Inés López-Doriga
PwC
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

The Potential Role of Grid Connected Solar Thermal Heat in Austria
Andreas Müller
Energy Economics Group, Vienna University of Technology
Christian Halmdienst
Pink GmbH
Richard Heimrath
Technical University of Graz
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40. Carbon Pricing Policies (Aud.14)

Yukari Yamashita, Presiding
Board Member Director
Institute of Energy Economics

Addressing Policy Credibility Problems for Low-Carbon Investment
Gregory Nemet
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Ottmar Edenhofer
Jan Steckel
Michael Jakob
Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Carbon Internal Pricing in Oil and Gas Investment Decision: Scopes, Uncertainties and Impacts
Sidney Lambert-Lalitte
Nadine Bret-Rouzaut
Arash Farnoosh
IFP School
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Carbon Pricing Strategies Under Binding Political Economy Constraints
Jesse D. Jenkins
Valerie J Karplus
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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Price or Policy Induced Energy-saving Innovation? Evidence from China's Industrial Patents Data
Banban Wang
Huazhong University of Science and Technology
Shaozhou Qi
Climate Change and Energy Economics Study Center, Wuhan University
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Political Economy of Carbon Pricing Policies: Insights from a Panel of Countries
Geoffroy Dolphin
Michael G. Pollitt
University of Cambridge
David M. Newbery
Department of Economics, University of Cambridge
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41. Resource Adequacy (Aud.Finn Kydland)

David Newbery, Presiding
Director EPRG
University of Cambridge

Cross-Border Effects Of Capacity Remuneration Schemes In Interconnected Markets: Who Is Free-Riding?
Xavier Lambin
Toulouse School of Economics -- ENGIE
Thomas-Olivier Léautier
Toulouse School of Economics
View Extended Abstract

Comparative Analysis of Resource Adequacy Options in European and U.S. Electricity Markets
Hans Auer
Energy Economics Group (EEG)
Audun Botterud
Argonne National Laboratory
View Abstract

Energy Transition and the Need for Capacity Markets
Paul Giesbertz
Statkraft
Machiel Mulder
University of Groningen
View Extended Abstract

An Experimental Study of Investment Incentives Mechanisms in the Electricity Industry
Stéphane Robin
GATE, Lyon University
Mohamed Haikel Khalfallah
EDDEN - University of Grenoble
Céline Jullien
KIC InnoEnergy
Carine Staropoli
Paris School of Economics
View Abstract

Generator Revenue Sufficiency in Electricity Markets with Variable Renewable Generation
Todd Levin
Audun Botterud
Argonne National Laboratory
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42. Decarbonisation Policies (Aud. Jan Mossin)

Carol Dahl, Presiding
Senior Fellow
Colorado School of Mines

Environmental Policies that Maximise Social Welfare: the Role of Intergenerational Inequality
Frédéric D. Gonand
Professor, University Paris-Dauphine
View Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Optimal Carbon Prices Worldwide
Carlo Andrea Bollino
University of Perugia
Tarek Atalla
KAPSARC
Simona Bigerna
Univ of Perugia
View Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Farm-Level Modelling of Short-Rotation Coppice Cultivation with Flexibility in Planting and Harvesting: A Real Options Approach
Alisa Kostrova
Utkur Djanibekov
Wolfgang Britz
Institute for Food and Resource Economics, Chair of Production Economics, University of Bonn
Robert Finger
Agricultural Economics and Policy Group, ETH Zurich
View Abstract | View Conference Presentation

The Paris Pledges: Global Implications for Energy Systems and Economic Impact
Toon Vandyck
Alban Kitous
Bert Saveyn
Zoi Vrontisi
Kimon Keramidas
European Commission
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Regional Economic Costs of Achieving INDCs Under a Range of Low Carbon Technology Assumptions
Matthew A Winning
Paul Ekins
University College London
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43. Energy and Market Risk (Aud. Agnar Sandmo)

Roy Endre Dahl, Presiding
Associate Professor
University of Stavanger

Evaluation of the Volatility of Prices and Volumes of an Energy Portfolio
Christian Wagner
Christian Rehtanz
TU Dortmund - Institute of Energy Systems, Energy Efficiency and Energy Economics
Daniel Waniek
Uniper Global Commodities SE
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Energy and Agricultural Commodities Revealed through Hedging Characteristics: Evidence from Developing and Mature Markets
Simon JJ Spencer
Thomas Conlon
Don Bredin
Universtity College Dublin, Smurfit School
View Extended Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Hedgers' Response to Price Changes in Energy Futures Markets
Yannick Le Pen
Marie Bessec
Université Paris Dauphine
Benoît Sevi
Université Grenoble Alpes
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Evaluating Value-at-Risk Estimates for an Energy Portfolio
Roy Endre Dahl
Associate Professor, University of Stavanger
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Equilibrium Relations Between the Spot and Futures Markets for Commodities: An Infinite Horizon Model
Edouard Jaeck
Ivar Ekeland
Delphine Lautier
Bertrand Villeneuve
Université Paris-Dauphine
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44. Carbon Emissions Analyses (Aud. Terje Hansen)

Andre Plourde, Presiding
Dean Faculty of Public Affairs
Carleton University

China's Carbon Emissions Embodied in Normal and Processing Exports and Their Driving Forces, 2006-2012
Bin Su
Energy Studies Institute, National University of Singapore
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Tracking Industry's CO2 Emissions in Austria: An LMDI Decomposition Analysis
Claudia Kettner
Austrian Institute of Economic Research (WIFO)
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Interactions of Industrial Water Withdrawal and Energy Consumption: a Multi-sectoral Decomposition Analysis in China
Xinzhu Zheng
Can Wang
Tsinghua University
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Expanding Cross-Border Electricity Cooperation and Trade in South Asia
Michael A Toman
Govinda Timilsina
World Bank Development Research Group
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A Plant Level Analysis of GHG Emissions of the Canadian Pulp and Paper Industry, 2005-2013
Jean-Thomas Bernard
Professor, University of Ottawa
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45. Rebound Effects, Prices and Information (Aud.24)

Lester Hunt, Presiding
Senior Research Fellow
KAPSARC

A Quantitative Analysis of the Drivers of the Energy Mix: the Role of Energy Prices
Baltasar Manzano
KAPSARC and Universidad de Vigo
Lester Hunt
Jorge Blázquez
Tarek Atallah
KAPSARC
View Extended Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Boundedly Rational Consumers, Energy and Investment Literacy, and the Display of Information on Household Appliances
Julia Blasch
VU University Amsterdam and ETH Zurich
Nilkanth Kumar
ETH Zurich
Massimo Filippini
ETH Zurich and Università della Svizzera italiana
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Reducing Rebound Without Sacrificing Macroeconomic Benefits of Increased Energy Efficiency
Karen Turner
Gioele Figus
Patrizio Lecca
Kim Swales
University of Strathclyde
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Indirect Rebound Involving Embodied Energy Use in Re-spending Decisions: How Do We Treat Negative Multiplier Effects in Energy Supply Chains?
Karen Turner
Antonios Katris
Centre for Energy Policy, University of Strathclyde
View Extended Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Consumer Inattention and Energy Efficiency: The Causal Effect of Label Elements
Stephan Sommer
Andreas Gerster
Mark Andor
Rheinisch-Westfälisches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung
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46. Energy Security and Petroleum Markets (Aud.23)

Gurkan Kumbaroglu, Presiding
Professor
Bogazici University

Reconsidering the Influence of Energy on the Middle Eastern State
Jim Krane
Wallace S. Wilson Fellow for Energy Studies, Rice University's Baker Institute
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Export of Russian Natural Gas to Europe
Knut Einar Rosendahl
Norwegian University of Life Sciences
Arild Moe
Fridtjof Nansen Institute
Rolf Golombek
Hilde H Le Tissier
Frisch Centre
Finn R Aune
Statistics Norway
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The Importance of Oil in the Allocation of Foreign Aid
Cécile Couharde
Fatih Karanfil
Eric Gabin Kilama
Luc D Omgba
EconomiX, University of Paris Ouest
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Security of Gas Supply in Poland - New Perspective
Honorata Nyga-Lukaszewska
Warsaw School of Economics
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Changing Oil Market Fundamentals and the Implications for OPEC Production Strategy
Daniel P Scheitrum
Lew Fulton
Amy Myers Jaffe
University of California, Davis
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47. Energy Demand in Non-OECD Countries (Aud.22)

Bente Halvorsen, Presiding
Statistics Norway

Adding Fuel to Fire? Role of Spatial Disparities and Peer-Effects in Clean Cooking Fuel Use in India
Suchita Srinivasan
Graduate Institute, Geneva
Stefano Carattini
London School of Economics and HES, Geneva
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Energy Intelligence Development through Public Private Partnership Frameworks in Nigeria
Peter C Obutte
Center for Petroleum, Energy Economics and Law, University of Ibadan
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

Diesel Oil Demand in Brazil: Determinants and 2030 Forecast
Luciano D Losekann
Niagara Rodrigues
Universidade Federal Fluminense
View Extended Abstract | View Conference Presentation

From Supply to Demand: Reviewing Argentina's LPG Social Program
Fabiola Rodrigues
IAE Mosconi
Verónica Alonso
Daniela L Varela
CEARE - University of Buenos Aires
View Abstract | View Paper | View Conference Presentation

Micro-Model Analysis of Fuel Consumption, Welfare and Distributional Impacts of Fuel Subsidies Reform In Nigeria
Ibrahim A Tajudeen
University of Manchester, UK
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48. Natural Resource Markets and Trade (Aud.21)

Olvar Bergland, Presiding
Professor
Norwegian Univ of Life Sciences

Long-term Uranium Market Dynamics
Antoine Monnet
PhD candidate, CEA
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Energy World in 2040: Understanding INDCs Perspectives and Challenges
Manfred Hafner
Yasmine Arlasane
Sylvain Cail
Mélodie Mistré
Enerdata
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A Comprehensive Taxonomy of Nuclear Non-electrical Markets: Application to the Market Perspective for France
Martin Leurent
Camille Cany
I-tésé, CEA, Université Paris Saclay
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Energy Embodied in Trade 1970-2009
Viktoras Kulionis
Lund University
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What is the Optimal Exhaustion Rate of Lithium Resources in South America?
Diana Rubiano
Knut Einar Rosendahl
NMBU
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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 49-60
Wednesday, June 22, 8:30am - 10:15am

49. Hydropower in Europe (Aud.A)

Hannes Weigt, Presiding
Forschungstelle Nachhatige Energie
Wirtsch Fakulat Univ Basel

A Structural Model to Estimate the Impact of Hydro Inflow on Scandinavian Power Exports
Caroline Deilen
Christoph Weber
University Duisburg-Essen
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Framework for Decision-making Process in Granting Rights to Use Hydropower in the European Context
Ludovic Gaudard
University of Geneva and Imperial College London
Werner Hediger
HTW Chur
Guillaume Voegeli
HTW Chur and University of Geneva
Franco Romerio
University of Geneva
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Hydropower Operation in a Changing Environment
Moritz Schillinger
Hannes Weigt
University of Basel
René Schumann
Michael Barry
HES-SO Valais
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Interdependencies Between Hydro Strorage Systems and the Allocation of Balancing Power
Richard Weinhold
TU Berlin
Casimir Lorenz
TU Berlin and DIW Berlin
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50. Upstream Petroleum Contracting and Regulation (Aud.B)

Alenka Zumbar Klopcic, Presiding
Director and Editor-in-Chief
Energetika NET doo

Shocks and Stocks Part II: On the Time Varying Relationship Between Oil Shocks and Stock Market Returns in the U.S.
David C Broadstock
SWUFE (China)
George Filia
Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences
View Abstract

Peer Information Effects In Contract Negotiations: Evidence From Oil and Gas Leases
Bernhard Ganglmair
Anastasia V Shcherbakova
University of Texas at Dallas
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Decision Making Under Uncertainty in Resource Markets
Daniel Spiro
University of Oslo
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Finders, Keepers?
Niko Jaakkola
Ifo Institut
Arthur van Benthem
The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Daniel Spiro
University of Oslo
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Petroleum Fiscal System Performance Analysis under a Sustained Low Oil Price: A Case Study of Deepwater Operations in Nigeria
Omowumi O Iledare
Emmanjuel Onwuka
Joseph Echendu
Emerald Energy Institute
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51. Energy and Environmental Technology Improvements (Aud.C)

Georg Erdmann, Presiding
Professor
Berlin University of Technology

Germany's Goodbye to Coal Power Technology
Stefan Vögele
Paul Kunz
Forschungszentrum Jülich
Dirk Rübbelke
TU Bergakademie Freiberg
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Is Protecting Intellectual Property Rights Good for Renewable Energy Development?
Oluwasola E. Omoju
Graduate Student, Xiamen University
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Innovation Strategies of Energy Firms
Jose Garcia-Quevedo
Maria-Teresa Costa-Campi
University of Barcelona
Nestor Duch-Brown
Institute for Prospective Technological Studies, European Commission
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SO2 Emissions in the EU-28 Coal Power Sector - An LMDI Decomposition Analysis
Laura Prawatky
University College London
Will McDowall
UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources
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The Creation of Renewable Energy Technology in Europe - Are Patents Per Capita Converging?
Jonas A Grafström
Luleå University of Technology
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52. Carbon Capture and Leakages (Aud.14)

Akinbolaji Iwayemi, Presiding
Professor
University of Ibadan

Does Carbon Capture and Storage Lock People into Fossil Fuel Use? – A Cradle to Grave Analysis
Arne Steinkraus
Research Assistant, TU Braunschweig
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Has the EU ETS Induced Carbon Leakage in Manufacturing? A Sector-level Analysis
Helene Naegele
Aleksandar Zaklan
DIW Berlin
View Abstract

Emissions Allocation Design to Avoid Leakage under the Clean Power Plan
Karen Palmer
Dallas Burtraw
Anthony Paul
Hang Yin
Resources for the Future
View Extended Abstract

Evaluating Carbon Capture and Storage in a Climate Model with Endogenous Technical Change
Tunç Durmaz
SEE, City University of Hong Kong and Dept. of Econ., Yildiz Technical University
Fred Schroyen
Norwegian School of Economics
View Extended Abstract

Carbon Leakage in South-East Europe Regional Electricity Markets under EU ETS
Verena Viskovic
University College London
Afzal S. Siddiqui
University College London, University of Stocholm
Yihsu Chen
University of California Santa Cruz
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53. Wholesale Prices & Markets (Aud.Finn Kydland)

Anthony Owen, Presiding
Principal Fellow - Head of Energy Economics
National University of Singapore

Electricity Markets: Designing Auctions Where Suppliers Have Uncertain Costs
Par Holmberg
Research Institute of Industrial Economics (IFN)
Frank Wolak
Stanford University
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Negative Electricity Prices and Risk Premia - New Empirical Evidence for the German/Austrian Day-ahead Market
Niyaz Valitov
University of Wuppertal
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Accountability for Uncertainty in Electricity Markets
Athanasios Papakonstantinou
Pierre Pinson
DTU Electrical Engineering, Center for Electric Power and Energy
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Wholesale Electricity Markets With High Shares Of Renewable Energies: Effects Of Uncertainty On Prices
Regina A Betz
Zurich University of Applied Sciences
Peiyao Shen
ShanghaiTech University
Jenny Riesz
Iain MacGill
UNSW Australia
Andreas Hefti
ZHAW
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The Need for Intra-day Settlements in U.S. Electricity Markets
Ignacio Herrero
Pablo Rodilla
IIT - Comillas Pontifical University
Carlos Batlle
IIT-Comillas & MIT Energy Initiative
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54. Macroeconomic and General Equilibrium Effects of Energy (Aud. Jan Mossin)

Christophe Bonnery, Presiding
Director, Economics & Prospective
ERDF

What if Oil is Less Substitutable? A New-Keynesian Model with Oil, Price and Wage Stickiness including Capital Accumulation
Verónica Acurio Vásconez
Paris School of Economics - Chair Energy and Prosperity
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Economic Impact of Ethanol Promotion Under Uncertainty in Mexico: a General Equilibrium Analysis
Alejandra Elizondo
Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas, CIDE
Roy G Boyd
Economics Department/Ohio University
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Steel Intensity as a Dynamic Function of Economic Growth
Mathieu Bordigoni
ERDF
François Cattier
EDF R&D
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The Regressivity of Climate Policy in Taiwan: A General Equilibrium Analysis
Shih-Mo Lin
Feng-Ying Hsu
Jin-Xu Lin
Kuei-Feng Chang
Chung Yuan Christian University
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Electricity Demand and Disaggregate Output: Evidence From Benin
Arnaud G Dakpogan
Eon Smit
University of Stellenbosch Business School
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55. Investment in Capacity and Infrastructure (Aud. Agnar Sandmo)

Sarah Jezernik, Presiding
Deputy General Manager
PLINOVODI d.o.o.

The Effect of Fuel Cost Uncertainty on Capacity Investment: Dual Fuel Capability and Technology Mix
Nurit Gal
Public Utility Authority
Asher Tishler
College of Management
Irena Milstein
Holon Institute of Technology
C.K. Woo
Hong Kong Institute of Education
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The Traditional "Levelised Cost of Energy" (LCOE) is Not an Indicator for Grid Parity
Ulrich Nissen
Nathanael Harfst
Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences, Moenchengladbach
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Impact of the Riskiness of Generating Technologies on Their Cost of Capital and Investment Decisions
Vitali Avagyan
Imperial College London
Richard Green
Imperial College Business School
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Optimal Regulation of Network Expansion
Bert Willems
Tilburg University
Gijsbert Zwart
Gronigen University
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Energy Infrastructure Investment Game with Spillover Effect
Akira Maeda
Professor, The University of Tokyo
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56. Energy, Economic Development and the Macro Economy (Aud. Terje Hansen)

Arild Nystad, Presiding
President
PetroManagement AS

Energy Business Cycles
Olayinka Oyekola
David Meenagh
Patrick Minford
Cardiff University
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Petroleum Prosperity and Housing Prices in Norway
Anne-Britt Halonen
Klaus Mohn
University of Stavanger Business School
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Impact of Natural Resource Abundance on Economic Performance from a Technology Intensity Perspective
Sule Gunduz
Yesim Kustepeli
Dokuz Eylul University
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Petroleum Resources, Institutions and Economic Development
Gregorio A Maciel
Coordinator, PETROBRAS
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Understanding the Energy Productivity Diversification After the Global Financial Crisis
Carlo Andrea Bollino
Simona Bigerna
University of Perugia
Tarek Atalla
KAPSARC
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57. Energy Efficiency Improvements (Aud.24)

Taoyuan Wei , Presiding
Cicero

Macroeconomic Benefits of Energy Efficiency in Emerging Economies
Taoyuan Wei
Center for International Climate and Environmental Research - Oslo (CICERO)
Yang Liu
International Energy Agency
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The Potential for Improvement in On-road Truck Fuel Economy: Evidence From the VIUS
Jen Z He
University of Maryland
Virginia McConnell
Joshua Linn
Benjamin Leard
Resources For the Future
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New Development of China's National Evaluation Standard for Green Building (ESGB-2014): A comparison of ESGB 2014 to ESGB 2006
Jiefang Ma
Kun Song
Qing Ye
School of Architecture, Tianjin University
Queena K Qian
Henk J Visscher
OTB Research for the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology
Qiang Zhao
Tianjin Planning Bureau
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Energy Efficient Design in Shopping Centres - Energy Demand Scenario Modelling Until 2030
Raphael Bointner
Agne Toleikyte
Vienna University of Technology Institute of Energy Systems and Electric Drives, Energy Economics Group – EEG
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58. Forecasting and Data (Aud.23)

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

Extrapolated Trends versus Energy Model Projections -- Global Distribution Dynamics Derived from Regional Kaya Decomposition
Valeria Jana Schwanitz
August Wierling
Sogn og Fjordane University College
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Creaming-and the Likelihood of Discovering Further Giant Petroleum Fields
Jostein Lillestøl
NHH
Richard Sinding-Larsen
NTNU
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Dynamic Forecast Combination Using the Kalman Filter
Mathias Käso
Felix Müsgens
University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg
Oliver Grothe
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
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Distributing Costs in the Electricity Sector Using a Bottom-up Big-Data Approach
Magnus Lindén
Jakob Helbrink
Martin Nilsson
Mikael Andersson
Sweco
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The Applicability of Empirical Prediction Intervals to Energy Forecasting
Lynn H Kaack
Granger Morgan
Jay Apt
Carnegie Mellon University
Patrick E McSharry
Oxford University and Carnegie Mellon University
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59. Distributed Electricity, Prosumers and Electricity Demand (Aud.22)

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

An Economics Simulation on the Smart Community Connecting the Commercial and Residential Sectors
Yoshiki Ogawa
Professor, Toyo University
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Households' Preferences Regarding the Adoption of Micro-Generation Technologies
Christian Dr. Oberst
Reinhard Madlener
RWTH Aachen University
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Modelling of Prosumer-Households for Economic Evaluations
Swantje Gährs
Bernd Hirschl
Astrid Aretz
Institute for Ecological Economy Research (IÖW)
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Macroeconomic Effects of Prosumer-households in Germany
Markus Flaute
Anett Grossmann
Christian Lutz
GWS mbH Osnabrueck
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Are Prosumer Households That Much Different? Evidence From Stated Residential Energy Consumption in Germany
Christian A Oberst
Reinhard Madlener
Hendrik Schmitz
Institute for Future Energy Consumer Needs and Behavior
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60. Energy Security – Concepts and Policy (Aud.21)

Joel Darmstadter, Presiding
Senior Fellow
Resources for the Future

Opening the Black Box of Energy Security: A Study of Conceptions in the UK
Emily M Cox
University of Sussex
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Energy Expectations and Uncertainty: the World of Internal Contradictions Intensifies
Michael Jefferson
Professor , ECSP Europe Business School; University of Buckingham & Editor of Energy Policy
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Industrial Energy Demand in Europe: A Dynamic Multilevel Modelling Approach
Akinsehinwa Sharimakin
David Saal
Anthony J Glass
Loughborough University
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Understanding the Energy Union: A Single Concept for Many Systems
Antti Silvast
Mark Winskel
Ronan Bolton
University of Edinburgh
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In Office After an 8.8 Earthquake: On the Resilience of Chilean Energy Sector
Ricardo Raineri Bernain
Professor, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
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CONCURRENT SESSIONS 61-71
Wednesday, June 22, 10:45am - 12:30pm

61. Policies, Strategies & Market Values  (Aud.A)

Reinhard Haas, Presiding
Professor
Vienna University of Technology

An Empirical Evaluation of the Role of U.S. Renewable Energy Certificate Markets in Renewable Energy Growth
Sanya Carley
Jessica Alcorn
Indiana University
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Mathematical Modeling of Generation Expansion Planning Problem in a Partially Regulated Market: Private Company Perspective
Yildiz Arikan
Istanbul Kemerburgaz University
Ethem Canakoglu
Semra Agrali
Bahcesehir University
Fulya Terzi
Bogazici University
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Forecasting the Evolution of Electricity Demand and Distributed Generation Towards 2035: an Innovative Bottom-up Approach
Florent Chiappini
Thomas Heggarty
ERDF
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Assessment of RES Technology Market Values and the Merit-Order Effect - An Econometric Multi-Country Analysis
Marijke Welisch
Gustav Resch
André Ortner
TU Wien
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Solar Feed-in Tariffs in a Post-Grid Parity World: A Risk-Return Perspective
Yuliya Karneyeva
Rolf Wüstenhagen
University of St. Gallen
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62. Oil and Energy Market Econometrics (Aud.B)

Edmar Luiz de Almeida, Presiding
Professor
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

OPEC’s Market Power: an Empirical Dominant Firm Model for the Oil Market
Lin Ma
Norwegian University of Life Sciences
Alfonso A Irarrazabal
BI Norwegian Business School
Rolf Golombek
Frisch Centre
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Volatility Spillovers in North American Energy Markets
Neil A Wilmot
Assistant Professor, University of Minnesota Duluth
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Studying Volatility Regime Shifts in Energy Prices
Knut Anders Kjelaas Johansen
Roy Endre Dahl
University of Stavanger
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Empirical Performance of Commodity Derivative Models
Gonzalo Cortazar
Hector Ortega
Simon Gutierrez
Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
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Did the Financial Crisis of 2008 Affect the Price Linkages Among the Crude Oil and Precious Metal Markets?
Kentaka Aruga
Ishikawa Prefectural University
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How Flexible is U.S. Shale Oil? Evidence from North Dakota
Frode M Nordvik
Maximilian Rohrer
Hilde C. Bjørnland
BI Norwegian Business School
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63. Wind and Solar Power – Country Studies (Aud.C)

H. Alan Love, Presiding
Professor and Director
Washington State University

Renewables for Electricity - Economic and Engineers Experiences in Germany
Hermann-Josef Wagner
Ruhr-Universität Bochum
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The Effects of Policy Uncertainty on Technology Diffusion: Wind Power in Italy
Teresa Romano
Elena Fumagalli
Politecnico di Milano
Toby Daglish
Victoria University of Wellington
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The Study of Impact Factors on the Development of Wind Power
Huei-chu R Liao
TamKang University
Yao-Hua Chen
Ya-Wen Chen
Department of Economics, TamKang University
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Allocation of Connection Capacity for Renewable Power Projects: The Turkish Experience
Gozen Mustafa
Mustafa Gozen
Deniz Dastan
Energy Market Regulatory Authority
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Willingness to Accept Local Wind Energy Development: Does the Compensation Mechanism Matter?
Jorge H. Garcia
Asbjørn Torvanger
Steffen Kallbekken
CICERO
Todd L. Cherry
CICERO and Appalancian State University
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64. Costs of Abatement (Aud.14)

Christoph Boehringer, Presiding
Professor
Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg

Empirical Evidence on The Environmental Kuznets Curve in Bulgaria
Georgi D Kalchev
American University in Bulgaria
View Abstract

A Generalized Equilibrium Approach to Balance the Residual Abatements Resulting from COP-21 Agreement
Frédéric Babonneau
Alain Haurie
ORDECSYS
Marc Vielle
EPFL
View Abstract

Complementing Weaknesses in Marginal Abatement Cost Curves
Emile J. L. Chappin
Delft University of Technology
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Formulation of a Nationally Determined Contribution to the Mitigation of Climate Change: A Colombian Case
Ricardo Delgado
Universidad de los Andes (Colombia)
Jose Manuel Sandoval
Colombian Ministry of Environment
Camilo Alvarez
Colombian National Planning Department
Angela Cadena
Monica Espinosa
Universidad de los Andes
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Assessing Costs of Delay in Climate Policy
Sturla F. Kvamsdal
SNF - Centre for Applied Research at NHH
Leif K. Sandal
NHH Norwegian School of Economics
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65. Cross-Border Electricity Issues (Aud.Finn Kydland)

Linda Rud, Presiding
NHH Norwegian School of Economics

The Effects of Market Coupling on Day-ahead Electricity Prices in Central-Western Europe
Friederike Knust
Flensburg University
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Coordinating Cross-Country Congestion Management
Friedrich Kunz
Alexander Zerrahn
DIW Berlin
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Cross-Border Exchange and Sharing of Generation Reserve Capacity
Marten Ovaere
Stef Proost
KU Leuven
Ewa Lazarczyk
Fridrik M. Baldursson
Reykjavik University
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The Impact of Conventional Capacity Phase Outs on Future Wholesale Prices in CWE
Johan Albrecht
Lennert Thomas
Sam Hamels
Ghent University
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66. Oil Prices (Aud. Jan Mossin)

Berit Tennbakk, Presiding
Partner
THEMA Consulting Group

The Relationship Between Oil Prices and the Rig Counts: A One-way Street with a Lag
Ahmed A.A. Khalifa
Qatar University
Shawkat Hammoudeh
Drexel University, PA, USA
Massimiliano Caporin
University of Padova, Italy
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Long Memory in the Pass-through of Oil to Natural Gas Price
Dayong Zhang
Professor, Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
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The Role of Saudi Arabia, in the Oil Market During the Period of Declining Prices
Nourah A Alyousef
King Saud University
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Understanding Cyclical Behavior of Crude Oil Production and Consumption and their Effect on Crude Oil Prices
Marc Gronwald
University of Aberdeen
Xin Jin
University of Aberdeen Business School
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Factors of the Risk Premia in the Crude Oil Futures Prices
Xin Jin
University of Aberdeen
Stefan Trück
Macquarie University
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67. Energy Projects: Finance and Barriers (Aud. Agnar Sandmo)

Petter Osmundsen , Presiding
Professor
University of Stavanger

Moving Beyond Levelized Cost of Electricity: Impact of Various Financing Methods on PV Profitability for Singapore
Yujia T Tao
Anton Finenko
Energy Studies Institute, National University of Singapore
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Pathways of Renewable Generation in the MENA Region: Opportunities for Scaling up Green Finance
Isabella Dr Alloisio
Francesco Mr Colelli
FEEM
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Oil Project Selection by Metrics
Magne Emhjellen
Petoro AS
Petter Osmundsen
Universitetet i Stavanger
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Techno Economic Effects of Decentralised Battery Supported Photovoltaic Systems Considering Different Types of Tariffs
Albert Hiesl
Reinhard Haas
Michael Hartner
TU Wien / Energy Economics Group
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The Role of Firm Level Motivations, Barriers and Managerial Capabilities for Diversification in Energy System Transitions
Tyson J Weaver
NTNU- Industrial Economics & Technology Management
Arild Aspelund
NTNU
Markus Steen
Sintef
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68. Climate Change and Uncertainty (Aud. Terje Hansen)

Mads Greaker, Presiding
Statistics Norway

Investment in Zero Carbon Technologies Under Uncertainty About Future Climate Policy: Should Governments Target CCS Instead of Renewables?
Mads Greaker
Statistics Norway
Rolf Golombek
Frisch Centre
Knut Einar Rosendahl
Norwegian Univ. of Life Science (HH)
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The Impact of Natural Disasters on Willingeness to Sacrifice Economic Growth for Environmental Protection
Vladimir Udalov
Research Associate, University of Wuppertal
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Assessing Hydropower Vulnerability Under Uncertain Climate Change in Developing Countries: Case of Ecuador
Pablo E. Carvajal
University College London - Energy Institute
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Unilateral Climate Policy -- Incidence on African Countries
Emmanuel Asane-Otoo
Jan Schneider
Department of Economics, University of Oldenburg
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Positive Uncertainty Effects of Near-Term Climate Policy Recommendations
Wonjun Chang
University of Wisconsin-Madison
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69. Energy Efficiency in Sectors (Aud.24)

Atit Tippichai, Presiding
Asia Pacific Rsearch Centre

Transportation Energy Efficiency Potentials in APEC Region
Atit Tippichai
Asia Pacific Energy Research Centre
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Transition Towards a Zero-carbon Building Sector: Energy Service Companies in the Construction Business Ecosystem
Hanna-Liisa Kangas
David Lazarevic
Finnish Environment Institute
Paula Kivimaa
Science Policy Research Unit SPRU
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How Do Companies Differ in their Investment Behaviour for Energy Efficiency? Analysing Energy Intensive Industries With Survey Results and Cluster Analysis
Thomas J Ketelaer
Wilhelm Kuckshinrichs
Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
Wolf Fichtner
Russell McKenna
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
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Behaviour, Context and Electricity Use: Exploring the Effects of Real-time Feedback in the Swedish Residential Sector
Luis Mundaca
Mats Tedenvall
IIIEE at Lund University
View Abstract | View Paper

Cost-optimal Integration of Zero Energy Buildings in the Scandinavian Energy System
Karen B Lindberg
Gerard L Doorman
Asgeir Tomasgard
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Pernille S Seljom
Institute for Energy Technology
Igor Sartori
SINTEF Building and Inftrastructure
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70. Future Markets & Balancing Markets (Aud.23)

Toril Christensen, Presiding
BKK Produksjon as

The Effect of Wind and Solar Power on the Forward Premium in German Electricity Markets
Marius Paschen
Department of Economics and Laws, Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg
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The Impact of Forward Commitments on Strategic Underinvestment
Thomas-Olivier Leautier
Toulouse School of Economics
Bert Willems
Tilburg University
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Tender Frequency and Market Concentration in the Balancing Power Market - The Case of Germany
Florian Weiser
Andreas Knaut
Frank Obermueller
ewi Energy Research & Scenarios gGmbH
View Extended Abstract

Electricity Markets, Renewables Competition and Forward Contracting
Robert A. Ritz
Assistant Director of EPRG, Cambridge University
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Renewable Energy and the Pricing of Electricity Futures
Sebastian Schwenen
Technical University of Munich
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71. European Energy Research Alliance: Discussion on European Energy Policy Towards 2030 and 2050 (Aud.22)

Asgeir Tomasgard, Presiding
Professor
NTNU, Centre for Sustainable Energy Studies

The Role of Transmission and Storage in the European Energy System Towards 2030 and 2050
Asgeir Tomasgard
NTNU

Role of the Cooperation Mechanisms in the RES Target Achievement. A Sad Ending Story?
Natalia Caldés
CIEMAT

Social Acceptance: A Roadblock or a Chance for the EU Energy Targets?
Johannes Reichl
Energy Institute at the Johannes Kepler University

Nordic Energy Technology Perspectives
Arne Lind
IFE

Expectations About Cost Developments of Technologies
Valeria Jana Schwanitz
Sogn og Fjordane University College

Open Discussion: Research challenges: How can researchers best support European energy policy processes

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