1 edition of Modelling Energy Economy (Cambridge Energy and Environment Series) found in the catalog.
Modelling Energy Economy (Cambridge Energy and Environment Series)
March 2004 by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English
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Another interesting result was that if the natural gas price keeps at a low level, to build natural gas generators will be more favorable than to build renewable generation capacity in the short run. The results show that from the comparison of the two markets, not only in duration, but also in amplitude, the market mechanism and heterogeneity environment have a more significant impact on EU ETS than on CDM. Encompassing behaviour changes; technology innovations; macro-economic impacts; and other environmental challenges, such as water, it is also of interest to energy economists and engineers, as well as economic modellers working in the field of climate change mitigation. Most rely on linear programming including mixed-integer programmingalthough some use nonlinear programming. Zhu discuss the modelling of bounded and discrete data as well as the Likert scales in DEA. It focuses on how climate change affects different drivers of growth, including labour productivity and capital supply, in different sectors across the world.
They build a model that considers two profit-maximizing firms selling two products in a price and pollution sensitive market, and propose two cases. Energy and Economy Modelling different energy pathways The aim of the project is to understand further the relationship between energy use - its effects on the macro-economy and vice-versa - in light of environmental concerns. Yu develop an interval slacks based measure approach for evaluating energy efficiency and carbon emissions efficiency in the presence of recovery energy and apply it to regional energy efficiency measures of China. Developed countries have to reduce their emissions, and developing countries need to find a low carbon path to rapid growth that is different from the energy intensive and carbon intensive path of early growth in developed countries. The baseline projection as used for the Environmental Outlook to describes an internally consistent set of trends of all economic and environmental variables of the model.
They propose a dynamic stochastic portfolio model to optimize the stock of soil natural capital and, based on this, they find that the management not only improves farm profit while reducing risk but it also reduces the downside risk. Albeit this fact may be understood as positive, it supposes a concern for energy systems modellers since assumption-making process, especially concerning the linkage of the socio-economic drivers with energy demand, cannot be founded on simplistic relationships any longer. In both cases, the equilibrium is determined by maximizing the total consumer and producer surplus via linear programming. Wang discuss the rebound effects of residential electricity use in urban China. Game theory and agent-based models are used to capture and study strategic behavior within electricity markets. Schultes, L.
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The nonlinearity and dynamics of the complex energy and climate economics system are represented in the uncertainties of energy supply and demand, the prices of fossil fuels, non-fossil fuels, and carbon emission trading, the advantages and challenges of energy production and consumption related technologies, especially the new energy and clean energy technologies, the impact of energy combustion related carbon and pollutant emissions, and various regulatory regimes on energy conservation, energy efficiency, greenhouse gas emission reduction, energy security, and energy poverty.
Their results show that in the absence of externalities, both algorithms deliver the same solution. After a thorough and high-standard refereeing of more than one hundred submissions, 29 papers were finally accepted for publication. The remaining papers of this special issue are grouped into the topic of general energy management and environmental policy modelling.
Liu provide an empirical examination of the features of energy related situational factors, individual and household energy consumption behavioral norms, and energy saving behavioral intentions of residents in Beijing. MARKAL can be used to quantify the impacts of policy options on technology development and natural resource depletion.
It proposes the use of econometric models as suitable tools to project the electricity demand in Spain, and besides, it introduces those refined energy demand projections as input for the Spanish energy system model, created using the LEAP framework. If data or programs are proprietary, unambiguous information on the version should be provided, plus information on how data or programs can be obtained.
With respect to a carbon trading scheme and its influence on modelling, M. Partial equilibrium models are more common. He has also participated in the formulation of the Greek National Action Plans for energy efficiency, cogeneration of heat and power, and renewable energy sources.
Use of interactive software is discouraged. Zhang investigate the economic mechanism of the slow pace of energy technological progress. Unless more stringent policies are adopted, findings point to a significant increase in global emissions and concentrations of air pollutants, with severe impacts on human health and the environment.
Henrik Klinge Jacobsen Abstract Technological progress is an important issue in long-term energy demand projections and in environmental analyses. Zhang, L. Energy Initiative founding Director Richard Newell and Associate in Research Daniel Raimi are studying the fiscal impact on these local governments through the Shale Public Finance project, traveling across the country to gather information firsthand and hosting expert workshops at Duke.
Themes include, but are not limited to, the exploitation, conversion and use of energy, markets for energy commodities and derivatives, regulation and taxation, forecasting, environment and climate, international trade Using an interdisciplinary approach, the authors outline the dimensions of the bioeconomy as a means of achieving sustainability.
Submitted papers are typically pre-reviewed by the editor-in-chief and the handling editor. Li, W. Agbemabiese and F. He is particularly interested in the evaluation of the required energy policies to deliver large scale penetration of renewable energies.It underscores the need for further scientific information and analytical studies, such as improved climate and econometric modelling.
The book will be of tremendous value to experts and policy. Apr 03, · All told, we find that investing in energy efficiency is a significant net benefit to the Canadian economy.
Specifically, implementing the energy efficiency actions in the PCF will addjobs (average annual full-time equivalent) to the Canadian economy, and increase GDP by 1% over the baseline forecast, over the study period ().
in their areas ofwork. The book was about halfofthe complete course, the rest being statistical modelling. Everything I write in this book from now on is addressed to the reader on the assumption that he or she has a similar background, and similar or broader interests.
I assume, in other words, that you are not a mathematician, physi. Team. AEE’s team of experts drives policy to unlock high market-value opportunities, support our members, and grow the advanced energy industry. Energy modeling or energy system modeling is the process of building computer models of energy systems in order to analyze them.
Such models often employ scenario analysis to investigate different assumptions about the technical and economic conditions at play. Outputs may include the system feasibility, greenhouse gas emissions, cumulative financial costs, natural resource use, and energy. A guidebook to the Green Economy Issue 1: Green Economy, Green Growth, and Low-Carbon Development – history, deﬁnitions and a guide to recent publications These have been intensified by recent prolonged global energy, food and financial crises, and.