ISSN 0301-4215 (Print)
At the crossroads: Energy futures for North Africa
Mason, M.; Kumetat, D.
The renewable energy targets of the Maghreb countries: Impact on electricity supply and conventional power markets
Brand, B.; Zingerle, J.
The potential role of concentrated solar power (CSP) in Africa and Europe—A dynamic assessment of technology development, cost development and life cycle inventories until 2050
Viebahn, P.; Lechon, Y.; Trieb, F.
Struggling between resources-based and sustainable development schemes—An analysis of Egypt's recent energy policy
Suding, P. H.
A nuclear-powered North Africa: Just a desert mirage or is there something on the horizon?
Integration of renewable energies and nuclear power into North African Energy Systems: An analysis of energy import and export effects
Supersberger, N.; Führer, L.
The security of energy infrastructure and supply in North Africa: Hydrocarbons and renewable energies in comparative perspective
Lacher, W.; Kumetat, D.
Economic and geopolitical dimensions of renewable vs. nuclear energy in North Africa
Marktanner, M.; Salman, L.
International and European market mechanisms in the climate change agenda—An assessment of their potential to trigger investments in the Mediterranean solar plan
Folkmanis, A. J.
The relevance of global energy governance for Arab countries: The case of Morocco
Fritzsche, K.; Zejli, D.; Tänzler, D.
Algerian renewable energy assessment: The challenge of sustainability
Boudghene Stambouli, A.
The delivery of low-cost, low-carbon rural energy services
Casillas, C. E.; Kammen, D. M.
The water–energy nexus in Middle East and North Africa
Siddiqi, A.; Anadon, L. D.
Analysis of potential energy saving and CO2 emission reduction of home appliances and commercial equipments in China
Zhou, N.; Fridley, D.; McNeil, M.; Zheng, N.; Letschert, V.; Ke, J.; Saheb, Y.
The odd couple: The relationship between state economic performance and carbon emissions economic intensity
Davidsdottir, B.; Fisher, M.
When is enough, enough? Identifying predictors of capacity estimates for onshore wind-power development in a region of the UK
Jones, C. R.; Orr, B. J.; Eiser, J. R.
Coevolution of policy, market and technical price risks in the EU ETS
Blyth, W.; Bunn, D.
Analysis of biomass co-firing systems in Taiwan power markets using linear complementarity models
Hu, M. C.; Lin, C. H.; Chou, C. A.; Hsu, S. Y.; Wen, T. H.
Modelling energy and non-energy substitution: A brief survey of elasticities
Energetics of Brazilian ethanol: Comparison between assessment approaches
Ramírez Triana, C. A.
An investigation on the impacts of regulatory interventions on wind power expansion in generation planning
Alishahi, E.; Moghaddam, M. P.; Sheikh-El-Eslami, M. K.
Do emerging markets matter in the world oil pricing system? Evidence of imported crude by China and India
Li, H.; Xiaowen Lin, S.
Offshore wind power grid connection—The impact of shallow versus super-shallow charging on the cost-effectiveness of public support
Weißensteiner, L.; Haas, R.; Auer, H.
Transport energy demand modeling of South Korea using artificial neural network
Geem, Z. W.
Energy, economy and development (EED) triangle: Concerns for India
Chaturvedi, A.; Samdarshi, S. K.
Trends of distributed generation development in Lithuania
Miskinis, V.; Norvaisa, E.; Galinis, A.; Konstantinaviciute, I.
From a hard place to a rock: Questioning the energy security of a coal-based economy
Sovacool, B. K.; Cooper, C.; Parenteau, P.
Response to “From a hard place to a rock: Questioning the energy security of a coal-based economy”
Brathwaite, J.; Horst, S.; Iacobucci, J.
Corrigendum to “Identifying the factors affecting the willingness to pay for fuel-efficient vehicles in Turkey: A case of hybrids” [Energy Policy (38) (2010) 3038–3043]