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Handbook of Energy Economics and Policy

Fundamentals and Applications for Engineers and Energy Planners

Alessandro Rubino (Redaktør) ; Alessandro Sapio (Redaktør) ; Massimo La Scala (Redaktør)

Handbook of Energy Economics and Policy: Fundamentals and Applications for Engineers and Energy Planners presents energy engineers and managers with analytical skills and concepts that enable them to apply simple economic logic to understand the interrelations between energy technologies, economics, regulation and governance of the industry. Les mer
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Handbook of Energy Economics and Policy: Fundamentals and Applications for Engineers and Energy Planners presents energy engineers and managers with analytical skills and concepts that enable them to apply simple economic logic to understand the interrelations between energy technologies, economics, regulation and governance of the industry. Sections cover the origins, types and measurement of energy sources, transportation networks, and regulatory and policy issues on electricity and gas at a global level, new economic and policy issues, including innovation processes in the energy industry and economic and policy implications. Final sections cover state-of-the-art methods for modeling and predicting the dynamics of energy systems.

Its unique approach and learning path makes this book an ideal resource for energy engineering practitioners and researchers working to design, develop, plan or deploy energy systems. Energy planners and policymakers will also find this to be a solid foundation on which to base decisions.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Part I - Traditional aspects of energy systems (or: Fundamentals of energy industries) 1. The energy system 2. Structural analysis of final energy demand 3. Energy supply 4. Energy transportation: gas 5. Energy transportation: electricity 6. Wholesale electricity markets 7. Retail electricity markets 8. Carbon markets 9. Regulation of electricity and gas industries 10. ICT and transmission business models

Part II - New issues in energy economics and policy 11. Energy innovation and the sustainability transition 12. Energy systems with intermittent renewables 13. Energy storage 14. Financing the transition 15. Energy-economy interactions: Space, sustainability and development 16. Geopolitics of renewable energy sources 17. Integrated assessment models

Part III - Methods and analytics 18. Agent-based simulation models 19. Forecasting of energy prices and volumes 20. Energy systems analytics and big data

Om forfatteren

Alessandro Rubino is Assistant Professor in Economics at Jonian Department of Law, Economics and Environment at the University of Bari Aldo Moro. Alessandro has worked extensively on energy market integration in the Mediterranean region focussing its work and research on investment under uncertainty in energy infrastructures. He has worked as Senior Manager for international consultancy services and National regulatory authorities for gas and electricity markets. Alessandro holds a PhD in economics from Siena University and is currently member of the editorial board of the Journal Energy Sources, Part B: Economics, Planning and Policy. Alessandro Sapio is Full Professor of Economic Policy at the Parthenope University of Naples. Professor Sapio has been a member of FP7 project Impressions - Impacts and risks from high-end scenarios on climate policy - and has collaborated with research consultancy companies, such as Ricerche per l'Economia e la Finanza. He also contributes to the portal RiEnergia with comments on energy policy. Massimo La Scala is Full Professor of Electrical Energy Systems at Politecnico di Bari, Italy, and Director of the Laboratory for the development of renewables and energy efficiency in urban areas: Progetto ZERO (Zero Emission Research Option). He is an active researcher and principal investigator in numerous projects about smart grids and energy systems. He has been a consultant for many agencies involved in the energy business and regulators in Italy and abroad. He is in the panel of experts in cost-benefit analysis ACB 2.0 for the development of the Italian Transmission Grid on behalf of ARERA (energy regulator) and TERNA (TSO).