The New Energy Paradigm by Dieter HelmThe New Energy Paradigm by Dieter Helm

The New Energy Paradigm

EditorDieter Helm

Hardcover | May 26, 2007

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The New Energy Paradigm provides an overview of the current energy policy debate, contextualized by the oil shock from 2000, and considers how the trends in international energy markets impact on security of supply and climate change. It includes a discussion of market design, looks at carbonand oil markets, and considers best practice for effective policy design.
Dieter Helm is an economist specialising in utilities, infrastructure, regulation and the environment, and concentrates on the energy, water and transport sectors in Britain and Europe. He holds a number of other advisory board appointments, including the Prime Minister's Council of Science and Technology, the Defra Academic Panel (Ch...
Title:The New Energy ParadigmFormat:HardcoverDimensions:544 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 1.34 inPublished:May 26, 2007Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0199229708

ISBN - 13:9780199229703


Table of Contents

Dieter Helm: IntroductionPart 1: Concepts1. Dieter Helm: The New Energy Paradigm2. John Scott and Gareth Evans: Electricity Networks: The Innovation Supply Chain3. Dieter Helm and Cameron Hepburn: Carbon Contracts4. Paul Joskow: Competitive Electricity Markets and Investment in New Generating CapacityPart 2: Oil and Gas5. Paul Stevens: Oil Markets and the Future6. Bassam Fattouh: OPEC Pricing Power: The Need for a New Perspective7. Alexander Kemp and Linda Stephen: UK Oil and Gas Depletion Policy with Growing Import Dependence8. Anouk Honore and Jonathan Stern: A Constrained Future for Gas in Europe?Part 3: Electricity9. Richard Green: Electricity and Markets10. Karsten Neuhoff: Large-scale Deployment of Renewables11. Gert Brunekreeft and Tanga McDaniel: Policy Uncertainty and Supply Adequacy in Electric Power Markets12. Catherine Waddams Price: The Effect of Liberalizing UK Retail Energy Markets on Consumers13. Malcolm Grimston: Nuclear EnergyPart 4: International Policy14. Fatih Birol: The Investment Implications of Global Energy Trends15. Scott Barrett: Climate Change Negotiations: Past and Future16. Dieter Helm: European Energy Policy: Securing Supplies and Meeting the Challenge of Climate Change