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  • 2018/18: From forward to spot prices: producers, retailers and loss averse consumers in electricity markets

    Valeria Di Cosmo, Elisa Trujillo-Baute

    The benefits of smoothing demand peaks in the electricity market has been widely recognised. European countries such as Spain and some of the Scandinavian countries have recently given to the consumers the possibility to face the spot prices instead of having a fixed tariffs determined by retailers. This paper develops...

    2018/12: Parallel tracks towards a global treaty on carbon pricing

    Jeroen C.J.M. van den Bergh, Arild Angelsen, Andrea Baranzini, W.J. Wouter Botzen, Stefano Carattini, Stefa...

    We argue that a global carbon price is the only way to effectively tackle free riding in international climate policy, required to substantially reduce greenhouse gas emissions. We briefly review the main reasons behind the essential role of carbon pricing, address common misunderstandings and scepticism, and identify key complementary policy...

    2018/11: Energy performance certificates and investments in building energy efficiency: a theoretical analysis

    Pierre Fleckinger, Matthieu Glachant, Paul-Hervé Tamokoué Kamga

    In the European Union, Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) provide potential buyers or tenants with information on a property's energy performance. By mitigating informational asymmetries on real estate markets, the conventional wisdom is that they will reduce energy use, increase energy-efficiency investments, and improve social welfare. We develop a dynamic model...

    2018/10: The influence of renewables on electricity price forecasting: a robust approach

    Luigi Grossi, Fany Nan

    In this paper a robust approach to modelling electricity spot prices is introduced. Differently from what has been recently done in the literature on electricity price forecasting, where the attention has been mainly drawn by the prediction of spikes, the focus of this contribution is on the robust estimation of...

    2018/07: Inter-industry differences in organisational eco-innovation: a panel data study

    Jose García-Quevedo, Effie Kesidou, Ester Martínez-Ros

    Building on insights from institutional theory, the resource-based view of the firm, and internationalisation, we seek to explain the variation in the adoption of organisational eco-innovations such as environmental management systems (EMS) across sectors in Spain in the period 2009–2014. Previous studies on eco-innovation report that regulatory pressures, technology-push, market-pull,...

    2017/21: Electricity regulation and economic growth

    María Teresa Costa-Campi, Jose García-Quevedo, Elisa Trujillo-Baute

    The main objective of this paper is to analyse the effect of electricity regulation on economic growth. Although the relationship between electricity consumption and economic growth has been extensively analysed in the empirical literature, this framework has not been used to estimate the effect of electricity regulation on economic growth....

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