Energy Economics and Policy

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Energy Economics and Policy course

Duration: 1 semester (12 lectures (12 weeks)), 6 ECTS 

Short syllabus:

  1. Introduction: energy economics and policy 
  2. Climate change and GHG: the role of Paris Agreement
  3. Energy policy in the EU countries
  4. Renewable energy sources (RES)
  5. Modernization of energy sector and energy saving
  6. Energy tariffs and charges: electricity markets 
  7. Smart meters: a focus on consumers
  8. Energy storage: batteries and hydro storage
  9. Electric vehicles (EV) and charging
  10. Prosumers and P2P electricity markets
  11. Recycling and waste management
  12. Conclusions: energy policy of the future

Literature: 

  • Strielkowski, W., Štreimikienė, D., & Bilan, Y. (2017). Network charging and residential tariffs: A case of household photovoltaics in the United Kingdom. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 77, 461-473. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rser.2017.04.029 
  • Rausser, G., Strielkowski, W., Štreimikienė, D. (2017). Smart meters and household electricity consumption: A case study in Ireland. Energy & Environment. Prepublished November 22, 2017. https://doi.org/10.1177/0958305X17741385
  • Newbery, D., Pollitt, M., Ritz, R., & Strielkowski, W. (2017). Market design for a high-renewables European electricity system. Cambridge Working Papers in Economics (CWPE), https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.12941
  • Strielkowski, W., & Lisin, E. (2017). Economic Aspects of Innovations in Energy Storage. International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy, 7(1), 62-66. 
  • Strielkowski, W., Lisin, E., & Gryshova, I. (2016). Climate Policy of the European Union: What to Expect from the Paris Agreement. Romanian Journal of European Affairs, 16(4), 68-77.