RESEARCH LIBRARY
Research Papers

Renewable Energy

2013 |2012 |2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 |

2013

Olson, Arne. "Reliance on Renewables: A California Perspective." Harvard Electricity Policy Group 73rd Plenary Session, Marana, AZ. 12 pages.

Sercu, Stefaan. "Renewables: Clash Between Expectation and Reality." Harvard Electricity Policy Group 73rd Plenary Session, Marana, AZ. 9 pages.

Linares, Pedro. "Renewable Energy Development in Spain." Harvard Electricity Policy Group 73rd Plenary Session, Marana, AZ. 23 pages.

Vasconcelos, Jorge. "Reliance on Renewables: Clash Between Expectation and Reality?" Harvard Electricity Policy Group 73rd Plenary Session, Marana, AZ. 17 pages.

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2012

Hoskins, Anne. “The Solar Market in New Jersey.” Presentation to Harvard Electricity Policy Group, 68th Plenary Session, October 11, 2012. 12 pages.

Huntowski, Frank, Aaron Patterson, and Michael Schnitzer. "Negative Electricity Prices and the Production Tax Credit: Why wind producers can pay us to take their power - and why that is a bad thing." The Northbridge Group, September 14, 2012.

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2011

Borenstein, Severin. "The Private and Public Economics of Renewable Electricity Generation." Energy Institute at HAAS Working Paper Series, WP-221. University of California at Berkeley, Haas School of Business, September 2011.

Committee on Climate Change. "Renewable Energy Review." May, 2011.

DSIRE Database of State Incentives for Renewables and Efficiency

El-Gasseir, Mohamed. "The AWC Project As A Test Case for the FERC NOPR Docket No. RM10-23-000." Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group 62nd Plenary Session, Rancho Palos Verdes, California, February 24, 2011. 16 pages.

"Firming Renewable Electric Power Generators: Opportunities and Challenges for Natural Gas Pipelines." Prepared for the INGAA Foundation, Inc., by ICF International. March 16, 2011. 220 pages.

Gramlich, Robert. "Implcations of Renewable Energy Integration." Presentation to Harvard Electricity Policy Group, 63rd Plenary Session, Washington, DC. June 3, 2011. 29 pages.

Hogan, William. "Electricity Market Reform: Market Design and the Green Agenda." 34th IAEE International Conference Institutions, Efficiency and Evolving Energy Technologies. Stockholm, Sweden. June 21, 2011. 20 pages.

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Summary for Policy Makers. In IPCC Special Report on
Renewable Energy Sources and Climate Change Mitigation
[O. Edenhofer, R. Pichs-Madruga, Y.
Sokona, K. Seyboth, P. Matschoss, S. Kadner, T. Zwickel, P. Eickemeier, G. Hansen, S. Schlömer,
C. v. Stechow (eds)], Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, United Kingdom and New York,
NY, USA, May 2011.

Lesser, Jonathan. "Gresham's Law of Green Energy: High-cost subsidized renewable resources
destroy jobs and hurt consumers.
" Regulation, Winter 2010-2011.

Neuhoff, Karsten. "Smart Grids for renewable Energy Integration: Institutional and Energy Market Aspects." 34th IAEE International Conference, Stockholm, June 20 2011.

Rossi, Jim. Clean Energy and the Price Preemption Ceiling (July 30, 2011). FSU College of Law, Public Law Research Paper No. 508; FSU College of Law, Law, Business & Economics Paper No. 11-11. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1899026

Santa, Donald. "Complementing Wind and Solar: Is the Natural Gas Infrastructure Up to the Job?" Presentation to Harvard Electricity Policy Group, 63rd Plenary Session, Washington, DC. June 3, 2011. 16 pages.

Tawney, Letha, Ruth Greenspan Bell, and Micah Ziegler. 2011. "High Wire Act: Electricity
Transmission Infrastructure and its Impact on the Renewable Energy Market.
" Washington, DC: World Resources Institute. April, 2011. 50 pages.

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2010

Goggin, Michael. Renewable Energy: Prices, Costs, and Carbon Emissions. Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group, Fifty-Ninth Plenary Session. Cambridge, MA. May 21, 2010. 43 pages.

Greene, Nathanael . "Climate and Renewables: What's Next?" Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group, Sixtieth Plenary Session, Cambridge, MA. October 1, 2010. 10 pages.

Hemphill, Stuart. "Where do FiTs (Feed-in Tariffs) Fit? A Perspective from the Nation's Largest Renewable Energy Buyer." Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group, Sixtieth Plenary Session, Cambridge, MA. October 1, 2010. 7 pages.

Hogan, Michael. Roadmap 2050: A practical guide to a prosperous, low-carbon Europe. Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group, Fifty-Ninth Plenary Session. Cambridge, MA. May 21, 2010. 38 pages.

Montgomery, David. Renewable Portfolio Standards: What Do They Accomplish? Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group, Fifty-Ninth Plenary Session. Cambridge, MA. May 21, 2010. 9 pages.

SMARTransmission: Studying renewable energy path to market. Phase I report: Strategic Midwest Area Renewable Transmission Study. Primary authors: Thomas Gentile, PE; David Elizondo, PhD; and Swakshar Ray, PhD. July 1, 2010. 83 pages.

SMARTransmission: Studying renewable energy path to market. Phase 2 report: Strategic Midwest Area Renewable Transmission Study. Primary authors: Xiaohuan Tan, PhD, PE; Hamid Maghdan, PhD; Thomas J. Gentile, PE. October 6, 2010. 46 pages.

The Word Doctors. The Language of a Clean Energy Economy, 2010. 24 pages.

2009

2008

Cowart, Richard. Green Realism: Portfolio policies for carbon management. Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group 53rd Plenary Session, December 11, 2008. 12 pages.

Flaim, Theresa. Benefits of Going Green: If too good to be true, then what do we do? Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group 53rd Plenary Session, December 11, 2008. 12 pages.

Helm, Dieter. Renewables: Time for a Rethink? 2008, 6 pages.

Mahone, Amber. Going Green: California’s Electricity Sector in the Short and Long-Run. Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group 53rd Plenary Session, December 11, 2008. 18 pages.

Michaels, Robert J. A Federal Renewable Electricity Requirement: What’s Not to Like? Policy Analysis, November 13, 2008, 44 pages.

Ryan, NancyRenewable Rules and Markets: A California Perspective.  Presentation to the HEPG 52nd Plenary Session. October, 2008.  36 pages.

Schatzki, Todd. An Economic Perspective on the Benefits of Going Green. Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group 53rd Plenary Session, December 11, 2008. 20 pages.

Smitherman, Barry.  Harvard Electricity Policy Group. Presentation to the HEPG 52nd Plenary Session.  23 pages.

Vasconcelos, Jorge.  Renewable  Energy  in  Europe: Policies,  Achievements  and  Challenges. Presentation to the HEPG 52nd Plenary Session.  25 pages.

Weigt, Hannes.  When the Wind Blows Over Europe – European Experiences with RES. Presentation to the HEPG 52nd Plenary Session. 24 pages.  25 pages.

Categories

Capacity Markets

Climate Change

Coal

Competitive Market Models and Transitions to Competition

Electric Storage

Demand Response

Demand Side Management/Conservation

Distributed Generation

EPAct and Predictions for the Future

FERC Rulings and Reports

Financial Markets

Financial Transmission Rights

Investment Incentives/Risk Allocation

Lessons from Abroad

Lessons from Other US Industries

LMP

Market Liquidity

Market "Manipulation"

Merchant Transmission

Mergers, Market Power and Anti-Trust

National Energy Policy

Natural Gas

Nuclear Power

PEV (Plug-in Electric Vehicles)

Public Power

Regional Transmission Organizations

Regulation, Governance and Judicial Review

Reliability

Renewable Energy

Research and Development

Resource Adequacy

Retail Pricing

Scarcity Pricing

Siting

Smart Grid

Standard Market Design and Demand-Side Activities

State and Regional Activities

Storage

Stranded Benefits (Including Public Policy, Environment, DSM, IRP)

Stranded Investments, Assets, Costs (Including the Nuclear Question)

Transmission Cost Allocation

Technology Incentives

Transmission Investment

Transmission Planning

Wholesale and Retail Competition

Miscellaneous (Including Electricity Futures, Economic Principles, Financial Reform)