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Energy Policy

Energy Policy, Vol.83 Entire volume, number list
ISSN: 0301-4215 (Print) 

In this Issue (26 articles)

1 - 13 Understanding technological progress and input price as drivers of energy demand in manufacturing industries in India
Dasgupta S, Roy J
14 - 25 Energy-saving generation dispatch toward a sustainable electric power industry in China
Zhong HW, Xia Q, Chen YG, Kang CQ
26 - 37 The economy-wide rebound effect from improved energy efficiency in Swedish industries-A general equilibrium analysis
Broberg T, Berg C, Samakovlis E
38 - 56 Environmental policies and risk finance in the green sector: Cross-country evidence
Criscuolo C, Menon C
57 - 68 Urban planning and industry in Spain: A novel methodology for calculating industrial carbon footprints
Zubelzu S, Alvarez R
69 - 81 A CGE analysis for quantitative evaluation of electricity market changes
Hwang WS, Lee JD
82 - 86 Estimating the public's value of implementing the CO2 emissions trading scheme in Korea
Song TH, Lim KM, Yoo SH
87 - 98 Regulating existing power plants under the US Clean Air Act: Present and future consequences of key design choices
Murray BC, Pizer WA, Ross MT
99 - 108 Politics, proximity and the pipeline: Mapping public attitudes toward Keystone XL
Gravelle TB, Lachapelle E
109 - 122 Approach and practices of district energy planning to achieve low carbon outcomes in China
Xu BP, Zhou SX, Hao L
123 - 137 The impact of intermittently renewable energy on Italian wholesale electricity prices: Additional benefits or additional costs?
Gulli F, Lo Balbo A
138 - 150 Reduction of carbon dioxide emissions by solar water heating systems and passive technologies in social housing
Bessa VMT, Prado RTA
151 - 164 Fossil fuel and CO2 emissions savings on a high renewable electricity system - A single year case study for Ireland
Clancy JM, Gaffney F, Deane JP, Curtis J, Gallachoir BPO
165 - 168 Hinkley point C: A new chance for nuclear power plant construction in central Europe?
Cernoch F, Zapletalova V
169 - 184 Long-term scenario analysis of nuclear energy and variable renewables in Japan's power generation mix considering flexible power resources
Komiyama R, Fujii Y
185 - 192 Opinion leadership and willingness to pay for residential photovoltaic systems
Yamamoto Y
193 - 196 Challenges for R&D and innovation in energy
Costa-Campi MT, Garcia-Quevedo J, Trujillo-Baute E
197 - 205 Why and how to subsidise energy R plus D: Lessons from the collapse and recovery of electricity innovation in the UK
Jamasb T, Pollitt MG
206 - 217 Invention in energy technologies: Comparing energy efficiency and renewable energy inventions at the firm level
Rexhauser S, Loschel A
218 - 228 Multinational firms and the internationalization of green R&D: A review of the evidence and policy implications
Noailly J, Ryfisch D
229 - 239 Energy efficiency determinants: An empirical analysis of Spanish innovative firms
Costa-Campi MT, Garcia-Quevedo J, Segarra A
240 - 256 Linking energy efficiency and innovation practices: Empirical evidence from the foundry sector
Cagno E, Ramirez-Portilla A, Trianni A
257 - 266 The international distribution of energy intensities: Some synthetic results
Duro JA
267 - 276 The diffusion of patented oil and gas technology with environmental uses: A forward patent citation analysis
Duch-Brown N, Costa-Campi MT
277 - 287 Heterogeneous technologies, strategic groups and environmental efficiency technology gaps for European countries
Kounetas K
288 - 300 Environmental regulation and competitiveness: Empirical evidence on the Porter Hypothesis from European manufacturing sectors
Rubashkina Y, Galeotti M, Verdolini E