Please note posters must be A0 (i.e., 1189 x 841 mm; or 46.8 x 33.1 inches) or as close to this as possible; and in portrait orientation. The font must be large enough to read from a distance of about 1 metre.

“Constraints to the Profitability of Microgrids as a Function of the Resource Correlation”

Guzm´an D´ıaz & Alberto Diez

Electrical Engineering, University of Oviedo, Gij´on, Spain

“The Looming Revolution: How Photovoltaics will change Electricity Markets in Europe Fundamentally”

Reinhard Haas, Georg Lettner & Michael Hartner

Energy Economics Group, Vienna University of Technology , Austria

“Promoting The Dieselization of The European Passenger Car Fleet: Was it Worth it?”

Amela Ajanovic & Reinhard Haas

Energy Economics Group, Vienna University of Technology , Austria

“Investment and Expected Impact of Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Use in Algeria and North Africa”

Mohamed Mammar (1, 2) & Abderrahmane Hamidat (1)

1. Centre de Développement des Energies Renouvelables, Algeria
2. University of Batna, Algeria

“Prospect of Iran Natural Gas Export Projects”

Hedayat Omidvar

National Iranian Gas Company, Iran

“China and the “Triple E Challenge””

Xu Tang (1) & Mikael Höök (2)

1. China University of Petroleum, China
2. Uppsala University, Sweden

“Chinese Coal Supply and Future Production Outlooks”

Wang Jianliang (1, 2), Simon Davidsson (1), Feng Lianyong (2) & Mikael Höök (1)

1. Uppsala University, Sweden
2. China University of Petroleum, China

“Climate Change Economics and the Energy Transition”
i. “A Balance of Questions: What Can We Ask of Climate Change Economics”
ii. “The Carbon Bubble: Climate Targets in a Fire Sale Model of Deleveraging”
iii. “The Energy Trap: Volatile Depletion and Consumption Smoothing”

David Comerford

University of Edinburgh, Scotland

“The Interaction of Scale Economies and Energy Quality”

David Comerford

University of Edinburgh, Scotland

“Growth Rates of Renewable Energy Technology and its Implications for Natural Resource Constraints”

Simon Davidsson

Uppsala University, Sweden

“Do Community Renewable Energy Projects Induce Energy Conservation Behaviour Among Participants? A Case Study of Eskdalemuir, Scotland”

Ashton B. Whitcomb

Sustainable Community Energy Network (SCENE), Scotland

“The Effect of Pyrolysis Temperature on Co-pyrolysis of Lignite and Pistachio Seed in a Fixed-Bed Reactor”

Özlem Onay

Anadolu University, Turkey

“Energy Security Assessment of Energy System Models by Index Metrics”

James Glynn (1, 2) & B. P. Ó’Gallachóir (1, 2)

1. Energy Policy and Modelling Group, University College Cork, Ireland
2. Environmental Research Institute, University College Cork, Ireland

“Implications of Different Market Structures on Global Shale Gas Development”

Stephen Lochran

University College London Energy Institute, England

“Low Climate Stabilisation Under Diverse Growth and Convergence Scenarios”

A. Markandya, M. González-Eguino, P. Criqui & S. Mima

BC3 – Basque Centre for Climate Change, Spain

“Czech Energy Mix 2050 – A New Methodology to Include Electricity Production Externalities for Decision Making”

Frédéric Wertz, Lucie Nenadalova & Petr Kovařík

Research Centre Řež, Czech Republic

“An Increasing Share of Renewable Energy Sources in Total Generation in India”

Shakti Singh (1) & S. C. Kaushik (2)

1. Department of Electrical and Instrumentation Engineering, Thapar University, Patiala, India
2. Centre for Energy Studies, Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India

“The End of Peak Oil? Why This Topic is Still Relevant Despite Recent Denials”

Ian Chapman

Business School, University of Cumbria, England

“Greenhouse Gas Emissions Savings From Wind Power”

R. Camilla Thomson, Gareth P Harrison & John P. Chick

Institute for Energy Systems, University of Edinburgh, Scotland

“Delivering Local Public Services – Challenging Business-As-Usual, and Increasing Awareness of Energy Scarcity in Target Groups”

Jonathan Horsfield

Warwickshire County Council, England

“The 4Ssee Framework and Model”

Simon Roberts (1), Nigel Goddard (2), Colin Axon (3), Barney Foran (4) & Benjamin Warr (5)

1. Foresight, Innovation and Incubation Group, Arup
2. School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh, Scotland
3. School of Engineering and Design, Brunel University, England
4. Institute of Land, Water and Society, Charles Sturt University, Australia
5. GeoQuest Ltd, Zambia

“Modelling Endogenous Technology Diffusion for Climate Change Mitigation: The Future Technology Transformations Project”

J.-F. Mercure (1), P. Salas (1), U. Chewpreecha (2) & H. Pollitt (2)

1. Cambridge Centre for Climate Change Mitigation Research, University of Cambridge, England
2. Cambridge Econometrics Ltd, England