Bernadett Kiss’s PhD dissertation, submitted on 14 June 2013 at the IIIEE, Lund.
Étiqueté : innovation
The green power potential of a country is a central factor in the transformation to a green economy. This paper argues that green power will become a decisive factor for global change…
This FEEM paper examines the dynamics of energy investments and clean energy Research and Development (R&D) using a scenario-based modeling approach…
As current policy frameworks are expiring in 2020, the EU is revisiting its energy technology policy for the post-2020 horizon. The main long-run objective for energy technology policy is to foster the achievement of ambitious EU goals for decarbonisation by 2050. Given this objective, we discuss how European energy technology policy towards 2050 can be effective despite i) uncertain carbon prices, ii) uncertain technological change and iii) uncertain or alternating policy paradigms shifting its focus from decarbonisation to competition or security of supplies…
In its new report “Abundant, carbon free new energy technologies – can we turn wishful thinking into reality?”, Perspectives looks into the question if breakthroughs in innovative energy technology development such as cold fusion or other low energy nuclear reactions (LENR) may contribute to solving the problem…
Cette note du Conseil d’analyse économique expose les termes de l’arbitrage que doit affronter la France entre la préservation d’un élément significatif de sa compétitivité à court terme (le coût relativement faible de son énergie en particulier électrique) et la nécessaire transformation de ses avantages comparatifs à moyen-long terme (sous l’effet d’une vérité des prix énergétiques)…
Une analyse des enjeux de la filière industrielle de l’éolien en matière d’innovation, de compétitivité et d’emploi
This paper reviews the literature on environmentally friendly technological change, with a focus on lessons relevant to developing countries
The policy brief explains what is unique about low-carbon innovation, why low-carbon innovation systems matter, and how they can be strengthened. Focussing on the information needs of developing-country policy makers, it provides a comprehensive overview of low-carbon innovation. (© Koen Schoots, ECN)
WETO-T report offers a new perspective on the technological, economic and social options which could lead towards a post carbon society by the end of the century
This FEEM paper looks at the interplay between human capital and innovation in the presence of climate and educational policies
This paper offers a strategic framework for policymakers seeking to capitalize on the low-carbon transition.
This paper from Arnulf Grubler provides a synthesis of current knowledge on the patterns, drivers, and characteristics of historical energy technology transitions
Grounding Green Power: Bottom-Up Perspectives on Smart Renewable Energy Policy in Developing Countries
This working paper identifies key components of smart renewable energy policy in developing countries, focusing on the power sector
This paper examines the relative influence of domestic and foreign renewable energy policies on innovation activity in wind power using patent data from OECD countries from 1994 to 2005.