Poster Sessions

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Monday Poster Session
Monday, May 25, 3:30pm - 4:00pm

1: Co-optimized Planning of Electricity Transmission and Generation Resources
Jonathan L Ho
Benjamin H Hobbs
The Johns Hopkins University
James D McCalley
Venkat Krishnan
Iowa State University
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2: Costs of Grid Integration of Wind Energy in the Australian National Electricity Market
Hue TT Nguyen
The University of Western Australia, Australia
Atakelty Hailu
Morteza Chalak
Chunbo Ma
The University of Western Australia
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3: What Is “Socket” Parity And Is Rooftop Solar PV There Yet Without Subsidies?
Shelly Hagerman
Paulina Jaramillo
Granger Morgan
Carnegie Mellon University
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4: Platform Economics and Electricity Markets
Claire Weiller
University of Cambridge
Michael Pollitt
Judge Business School, Cambridge
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5: A Policy and Economic Comparative Analysis and Economic Comparative Analysis of Carbon Capture and Storage with Renewable Energy Technologies in Australia with Carbon Constrains
Yue Liu
Daniel J Packey
Curtin University
Ronald D Ripple
The University of Tulsa
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6: How Might Interprovincial Migration Affect the Impact of China's Energy Policies?
Xiaohu Luo
Institute for Energy, Environment, and Economy, Tsinghua University
Valerie J Karplus
Justin Caron
MIT Joint Program
Xiliang Zhang
Da Zhang
Tsinghua University
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7: Sustainable Low Carbon Urban Mobility Scenarios for India: A Co-Benefits Assessment of Electric Vehicle
Poojan Chokshi
Kalyan Bhaskar
Priyadarshi R Shukla
Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad
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8: Nuclear Reactors' Construction Costs: The Role of Lead-Times, Standardization and Technical Progress
Lina Escobar Rangel
Mines ParisTech - Centre for Industrial Economics
Michel Berthèlemy
Research Associate
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9: The Influence of Dynamic Pricing on Consumers’ Electricity Saving Behaviors: Evidences From the Baltimore Gas and Electric Company’s (BGE) Pilot Program
Pengfei Liu
University of Connecticut
Jian Ni
Carey Bussiness School, John Hopkings Univeristy
Qiaowei Shen
the Wharton School, Univeristy of Pensylvania
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10: The CO2 Emissions of the European Electricity Sector: An Analysis of the Factors Explaining the Emissions’ Trend and the Climate and Energy Policies’ Contribution
Nicolas Berghmans
EHESS
Emilie Alberola
CDC CLIMAT
Benoit Cheze
IFPEN
Julien Chevallier
Universite Paris 8
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11: Distribution Network Tariffs and Distributed Generation: Need for an Innovative Methodology to Face New Challenges. Application to a Case Study
Angela Picciariello
KTH - Royal Institute of Technology
Pablo Marín Frias
Javier Guillén Reneses
Comillas University
Claudio Ricardo Ramirez Vergara
Comillas University
Lennart Söder
KTH
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12: Economic Growth and Energy Consumption in OECD Countries: A Causality Analysis
Daria Kostyannikova
City College of New York
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13: Optimal Incentives for Belgian Electricity Challenges
Ruben Laleman
Johan Albrecht
Ghent University
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15: Quantifying CO2 Abatement Costs in the Power Sector
Kenneth Van den Bergh
Erik Delarue
KU Leuven
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16: Transmission Grid Representations in Power System Models - A PTDF Based Approach
André Ortner
DI, Technical University of Vienna
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Tuesday Poster Session
Tuesday, May 26, 3:00pm - 3:30pm

1: How Much Do Electric Drive Vehicles Matter to Future U.S. Emissions?
Samaneh Babaee
Joseph DeCarolis
Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering, North Carolina State University
Ajay Nagpure
Hubert H. Humphrey School of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota
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2: Natural Gas Utilisation and Electricity in Nigeria & the European Union: Examining the Legal and Regulatory Frameworks
Tade Oyewunmi
UEF Law School, University of Eastern Finland
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3: Partial Equilibrium Model of Czech Energy Sector: Coal, Nuclear or Renewables?
Lukáš Recka
Charles University in Prague
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4: The Cost of Wind Power Forecast Errors in the Belgian Power System
Kenneth Bruninx
William D'haeseleer
Erik Delarue
KU Leuven
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5: The Empirical Analysis of Hydrocarbon Releases: An Application to the UK Continental Shelf
Theophilus Acheampong
Euan Phimister
University of Aberdeen
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6: The Elasticity Of Demand For Gasoline In Brazil With The Introduction Of The Flex–Fuel Fleet
Ana Isabel Ms. Santos
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ)
Marcelo Mr. Colomer Ferraro
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
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7: Social Effects in the Diffusion of Solar Photovoltaic Technology in the UK
Laura-Lucia Richter
PhD Student Economics, University of Cambridge
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8: Impacts of Renewable Electricity Generation on Spot Market Prices in Germany- A Detailed Analysis of Trade-Offs Between Benefits and Costs of Renewable Support Schemes
Thao Pham
PhD Candidate, Centre of Geopolitics of Energy and Raw Materials
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9: Benefits and Distributional Effects of Regionally Integrating Support Schemes for Renewable Electricity
Sebastian O Busch
Gustav Resch
Vienna University of Technology
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10: Asymmetric Oil-Gasoline Price Transmission and Price Regulation in China: Evidence from Twenty Provinces
Qingtian Zhou
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Heng Ju
Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
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11: Nuclear Production and Market Power in the Nordic Electricity Market
Erik Lundin
Stockholm School of Economics
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12: Analysis of Consumer Behavior for Residential Lighting Choices using Consumer Panel Data
Jihoon Min
Ines L Azevedo
Carnegie Mellon University
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13: Trends in Energy Industry Consumption Relative to Production
Alyssa Donovan
Carey W King
University of Texas at Austin
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14: Efficiency Response of Natural Gas Power Plants to Price in Various Market Structures
Matthew N Doyle
Harrison Fell
Colorado School of Mines
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15: Institutions and MNE-External Stakeholder Relationship
Piyali Rudra
Helsinki School of Economics
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16: Energy Demand, Productivity Growth and Economic Growth in Oil Producing African Countries
Ishmael Ackah
Department of Economics and Finance, University of Portsmouth, UK
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17: Who is the Good Neighbour? A Simulation Approach to Market Integration Between Colombia and Ecuador
Camila Ochoa
University of Lausanne
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