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Handbook of Energy Economics and Policy: Fundamentals and Applications for Engineers and Energy Planners presents energy engineers and managers with analytical skills and concepts that enable them to apply simple economic logic to understand the interrelations between energy technologies, economics, regulation and governance of the industry. Sections cover the origins, types and measurement of energy sources, transportation networks, and regulatory and policy issues on electricity and gas at a global level, new economic and policy issues, including innovation processes in the energy industry and economic and policy implications. Final sections cover state-of-the-art methods for modeling and predicting the dynamics of energy systems. Its unique approach and learning path makes this book an ideal resource for energy engineering practitioners and researchers working to design, develop, plan or deploy energy systems. Energy planners and policymakers will also find this to be a solid foundation on which to base decisions.
The Role of Public Participation in Energy Transitions provides a conceptual and empirical approach to stakeholder and citizen involvement in the ongoing energy transition conversation, focusing on projects surrounding energy conversion and efficiency, reducing energy demand, and using new forms of renewable energy sources. Sections review and contrast different approaches to citizen involvement, discuss the challenges of inclusive participation in complex energy policymaking, and provide conceptual foundations for the empirical case studies that constitute the second part of the book. The book is a valuable resource for academics in the field of energy planning and policymaking, as well as practitioners in energy governance, energy and urban planners and participation specialists.
The Regulation and Policy of Latin American Energy Transitions examines the ongoing revolution within the energy landscape of Latin America. This book includes real-world examples from across the continent to demonstrate the current landscape of energy policy in Latin America. It focuses on distributed energy resources, including distributed generation, energy efficiency and microgrids, but also addresses the role of less common energy sources, such as geothermal and biogas, as well as discusses the changing role of energy actors, where consumers become prosumers or prosumagers, and utilities become service providers. The legal frameworks that are still hampering the transformation of the energy landscape are explored, together with an analysis of the economic, planning-related and social aspects of energy transitions, which can help address the issue of how inequalities are affecting and being affected by energy transitions. The book is suitable for policy makers, lawyers, economists and social science professionals working with energy policy, as well as researchers and industry professionals in the field. It is an ideal source for anyone involved in energy policy and regulation across Latin America.
Un rapport de la Banque mondiale recommande aux gouvernements des pays d' Afrique subsaharienne d'investir dans des plans d'etectrification coordonnes a long terme pour atteindre plus rapidement leurs objectifs de developpernent.
More than a dozen of the futures industry's leading authorities provide you with an even broader background in both the theory and practice of energy futures trading in this newly-updated text. They review the history of the futures markets and the fundamentals of trading, hedging, and technical analysis; then update you on the newest trends in energy futures trading - natural gas and electric futures, options, regulations, and new information services. What's New: New chapters specifically dedicated to the oil futures market, natural gas markets, and electricity markets A new chapter on market fundamentals with details on how to manage energy supply and trading groups A sample electricity contract. About the Author: John Elting Treat is Vice President of Booz, Allen & Hamilton, Inc., a firm responsible for management consulting to the energy industry. He also leads the firm's wargaming activities. His recent work includes assignments for national and international companies in both North and South America, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. Mr Treat received degrees in International Economics from Princeton and from Johns Hopkins University.
To the casual observer, the oil business seems constant and unchanging. The familiarity of the oil industry's retail outlets masks extraordinary changes in how the industry engages in its four primary sectors of activity: finding and producing crude oil, transportation, refining, and marketing. In his new book, noted energy economist Dr. Samuel A. Van Vactor chronicles the oil industry's transformation over the last century and discusses the future of an industry that has been pronounced dead or dying by its critics on numerous occasions since the early development of coal and the steam engine. New professionals, industry executives, government officials, and academicians will find Introduction to the Global Oil & Gas Business to be a concise introduction to the industry and an invaluable source of information.
Internationally, more and more utilities, distributors and suppliers are adopting smart metering systems to manage their millions of customers more effectively. The new requirements of these markets demonstrate even more strongly how strategic a metering system becomes for utilities. If these projects are properly deployed and if certain constraints are overcome, customers and various market players can also enjoy the benefits associated with the systems and related services. Readers will gain an invaluable understanding of the environment of smart metering system platforms from an international perspective. Explanations cover management methods, opportunities, and challenges, as well as the primary components, international developments and innovations, and trends of related systems over time. Smart Metering Handbook is a must-have resource for technical and R&D managers, project managers, consultants, executives, engineers, technicians, teachers and students.
The historical ways in which electricity was generated in large central power plants and delivered to passive customers through a one-way transmission and distribution network - as everyone knows - is radically changing to one where consumers can generate, store and consume a significant portion of their energy needs energy locally. This, however, is only the first step, soon to be followed by the ability to share or trade with others using the distribution network. More exciting opportunities are possible with the increased digitalization of BTM assets, which in turn can be aggregated into large portfolios of flexible load and generation and optimized using artificial intelligence and machine learning.
This comprehensive model of the nation's largest, most technically advanced and forward-thinking power pool - Pennsylvania, Jersey, Maryland (PJM) - provides a window on state-of-the-art solutions to complex, organizational, managerial, technical, and regulatory issues that cut across the entire industry in transition. With full cooperation from PJM, nationally recognized energy lawyer Jeremiah D. Lambert compares and contrasts PJM with other ISOs on key issues such as governance, structure and transmission pricing. Lambert's expert comparison will help readers: Successfully structure RTO or ISO projects Follow legal/ regulatory guidelines Develop the best-practice standards in all areas of the RTO/ISO structure.