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Economics of Energy & Environmental Policy | Volume 1 Number 2

Editor(s): GLACHANT Jean-Michel, JOSKOW Paul, POLLITT Michael

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Jean-Michel Glachant (FSR Director) is editor-in-chief of the Economics Of Energy & Environmental Policy, Paul L. Joskow (MIT and Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, USA) and Michael Pollitt (Cambridge University, United Kingdom) are editors and Sophia Ruester (FSR Research Fellow) is Managing Editor.

Economics of Energy & Environmental Policy (EEEP), established as a publication of the International Association for Energy Economics in 2012, is a peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary, policy-oriented Journal. It provides a scholarly and research-based, yet easily read and accessible source of information on contemporary economic thinking and analysis of policy issues in the interface between energy and environmental economics. Published twice a year, the Journal wants to nurture a dialogue between academics, business and public authorities.

Volume 1 Number 2

Symposium on 'Integration of Low Carbon Technologies'

Impacts of Intermittent Renewables on Electricity Generation System Operation
Ignacio J. Perez-Arriaga and Carlos Batlle

Contracting for Wind Generation
David M. Newbery

Solar Integration
Cedric Philibert

Market and Policy Barriers to Deployment of Energy Storage
Ramteen Sioshansi, Paul Denholm, and Thomas Jenkin

Can Bioenergy Assessments Deliver?
Felix Creutzig, Christoph von Stechow, David Klein, Carol Hunsberger, Nico Bauer, Alexander Popp, and Ottmar Edenhofer

Support Schemes for Renewable Energy: An Economic Analysis

Richard Green and Adonis Yatchew

The Future of Nuclear Power after Fukushima
Paul L. Joskow and John E. Parsons

How a "Low Carbon" Innovation Can Fail--Tales from a "Lost Decade" for Carbon Capture, Transport, and Sequestration (CCTS)
Christian von Hirschhausen, Johannes Herold, and Pao-Yu Oei

Regular Articles

Global Climate Games: How Pricing and a Green Fund Foster Cooperation
Peter Cramton and Steven Stoft