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Least-cost distribution network tariff design in theory and practice

2018 Working paper | Energy

Author(s): MEEUS Leonardo, SCHITTEKATTE Tim

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In this paper a game-theoretical model with self-interest pursuing consumers is introduced to assess how to design a least-cost distribution tariff under two constraints that […]

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Moving the electricity transmission system towards a decarbonised and integrated Europe: missing pillars and roadblocks

2017 Research Report | Energy

Author(s): GLACHANT Jean-Michel, ROSSETTO Nicolò, VASCONCELOS Jorge

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The establishment of a seamless electricity transmission system and the completion of a single market for electricity in Europe are currently hindered by the lack […]

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Twenty years to address electricity market and system seams issues in the European Union: why? why not?

2017 Working paper | Energy

Author(s): GLACHANT Jean-Michel

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There are ‘seams’ when TSOs (Transmission System Operators) do not perform the same tasks in the same manner on the different sides of their borders. […]

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The governance of the EU’s Energy Union : bridging the gap?

2017 Working paper | Energy

Author(s): GLACHANT Jean-Michel, SAZ-CARRANZA Angel, VANDENDRIESSCHE Marie

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The unique and idiosyncratic project of governance of the Energy Union is mainly a response to the 2030 renewables and energy efficiency targets which are […]

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Assessment of Cost-Benefit Analysis for offshore electricity infrastructure development

2017 Working paper | Energy

Author(s): BHAGWAT Pradyumna, KEYAERTS Nico, MEEUS Leonardo, SCHITTEKATTE Tim

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The application of cost-benefit analysis (CBA) for offshore electricity infrastructure projects with a pan-European impact is discussed. An analytical framework for the evaluation of CBA […]

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Energy Poor

2017 BOOK | Universal Access to Energy

Author(s): RANCI Pippo

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Among various indicators of deprivation that are used to measure world poverty, two refer to energy: 1.1 billion people have no access to electricity and […]

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New regulatory and business model approaches to achieving universal electricity access

2017 Report | Universal Access to Energy

Author(s): PÉREZ-ARRIAGA Ignacio

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Universal access to electricity should be achievable by 2030, the deadline proposed by the UN in its Access for all initiative. However, progress so far […]

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What are the implications of the Winter Package?

2017 Policy Brief | Energy Law and Policy

Author(s): HANCHER Leigh, WINTERS Marinus

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In this paper, Professor Leigh Hancher and Marinus Winters examine the Commission’s proposals to facilitate the transition to a “clean energy economy” and to reform […]

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Sustainable development goal number 7 : how to set appropriate targets, organise an appropriate monitoring, and reach universal access to energy

2017 Policy Brief | Universal Access to Energy

Author(s): RANCI Pippo

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Highlights In September 2015 the United Nations Assembly established an Agenda 2030 made of 17 Sustainable Development Goals to fight poverty and promote human development. […]

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Future-proof tariff design : recovering sunk grid costs in a world where consumers are pushing back

2017 Working paper | Energy

Author(s): MEEUS Leonardo, MOMBER Ilan, SCHITTEKATTE Tim

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Traditional analysis of distribution grid user’s reaction to tariffs assumes a low price sensitivity and a lack of alternative technologies to grid connection. This is […]

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