Energy Economics and Policy

Energy Economics and Policy course (this is an indicative schedule for informative purposes)

Download presentation "Sharing economy and P2P electricity markets" (PPTs)

Download presentation "Power market formation for clean energy production" (PPTs)

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

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


  • Strielkowski, W., Veinbender, T., Tvaronavičienė, M., & Lace, N. (2020). Economic efficiency and energy security of smart cities. Economic Research, 33(1), 788-803. 
  • Firsov et al Chebotareva, G., Strielkowski, W., & Streimikiene, D. (2020). Risk assessment in renewable energy projects: A case of Russia. Journal of Cleaner Production, 122110.   
    Čábelková, I., Strielkowski, W., Firsova, I., & Korovushkina, M. (2020). Public Acceptance of Renewable Energy Sources: a Case Study from the Czech Republic. Energies, 13(7), 1742. 
  • Strielkowski, W. (2019). Social impacts of smart grids: the future of the smart grids and energy market design, 1st edn., London: Elsevier, 342 p., ISBN 978-012-817-770-9. 
  • 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. 
  • Rausser, G., Strielkowski, W., Štreimikienė, D. (2017). Smart meters and household electricity consumption: A case study in Ireland. Energy & Environment, 29(1), 131-146. 
  • Newbery, D., Pollitt, M., Ritz, R., & Strielkowski, W. (2017). Market design for a high-renewables European electricity system. Cambridge Working Papers in Economics (CWPE),
  • 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.