Energy Policy, 1873-6777

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  1. 2019
  2. 2018
  3. Global metal flows in the renewable energy transition: Exploring the effects of substitutes, technological mix and development

    André Månberger & Stenqvist, B., 2018 Aug 1, In : Energy Policy. 119, p. 226-241 16 p.

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  4. Demonstrating climate mitigation technologies: An early assessment of the NER 300 programme

    Max Åhman, Skjaerseth, J. B. & Eikeland, P. O., 2018 Jun 1, In : Energy Policy. 117, p. 100-107 8 p.

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  5. Household installation of solar panels – Motives and barriers in a 10-year perspective

    Jenny Palm, 2018 Feb 1, In : Energy Policy. 113, p. 1-8 8 p.

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  6. Are Capitalists Green? Firm Ownership and Provincial CO2 emissions in China

    Fredrik N G Andersson, Sonja Opper & KHALID, USMAN., 2018, In : Energy Policy. 123, p. 349-359

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  7. East versus West: Energy intensity in coal-rich Europe, 1800–2000

    Hana Nielsen, Warde, P. & Astrid Kander, 2018, In : Energy Policy. 122, p. 75-83

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  8. 2017
  9. Perspectives for the Brazilian bioethanol sector: The innovation driver

    Salles-Filho, S. L. M., Castro, P. F. D. D., Monteva, A., Charles Edquist, Ferro, A. F. P. & Corder, S., 2017 Sep 1, In : Energy Policy. 108, p. 70-77 8 p.

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  10. Driving forces and obstacles to nuclear cogeneration in Europe: Lessons learnt from Finland

    Leurent, M., Jasserand, F., Locatelli, G., Jenny Palm, Rämä, M. & Trianni, A., 2017 Aug 1, In : Energy Policy. 107, p. 138-150 13 p.

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  11. Feasibility of energy justice: Exploring national and local efforts for energy development in Nepal

    Mine Islar, Sara Brogaard & Lemberg-Pedersen, M., 2017 Jun, In : Energy Policy. 105, p. 668-676

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  12. Comparing electricity transitions: A historical analysis of nuclear, wind and solar power in Germany and Japan

    Aleh Cherp, Vinichenko, V., Jewell, J., Suzuki, M. & Antal, M., 2017 Feb 1, In : Energy Policy. 101, p. 612-628 17 p.

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  13. The deployment of new energy technologies and the need for local learning

    Lena Neij, Heiskanen, E. & Lars Strupeit, 2017 Feb 1, In : Energy Policy. 101, p. 274-283 10 p.

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  14. The Drivers of Long-run CO₂ emissions in Europe, North America and Japan since 1800

    Sofia Henriques & Borowiecki, K., 2017 Feb, In : Energy Policy. 101, p. 537-549 13 p.

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  15. Germany's climate policy: Facing an automobile dilemma

    Stefan Gössling & Metzler, D., 2017, In : Energy Policy. 105, p. 418-428

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  16. The critical role of informed political direction for advancing technology: The case of Swedish marine energy

    Andersson, J., Eugenia Perez Vico, Hammar, L. & Sandén, B. A., 2017, In : Energy Policy. 101, p. 52-64 13 p.

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  17. 2016
  18. Spatial lifecycles of cleantech industries - The global development history of solar photovoltaics

    Christian Binz, Tang, T. & Huenteler, J., 2016 Jun 29, In : Energy Policy. 101, p. 386–402 17 p.

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  19. 2014
  20. Do tax incentives affect households' adoption of 'green' cars? A panel study of the Stockholm congestion tax

    Mannberg, A., Johan Jansson, Pettersson, T., Brännlund, R. & Lindgren, U., 2014, In : Energy Policy. 74, p. 286-299 14 p.

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  21. The concept of energy security. Beyond the four As

    Aleh Cherp & Jewell, J., 2014, In : Energy Policy. 75, c, p. 415-421

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  22. 2013
  23. The building process of single-family houses and the embeddedness (or disembeddedness) of energy

    Jenny Palm, 2013 Nov 1, In : Energy Policy. 62, p. 762-767 6 p.

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  24. Building low carbon communities in China: The role of individual’s behaviour change and engagement

    Jiang, P., Chen, Y., Xu, B., Dong, W. & Erin Kennedy, 2013, In : Energy Policy. 60, p. 611-620

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  25. Climate change and energy policy in Chile: Up in smoke?

    Luis Mundaca, 2013, In : Energy Policy. 52, p. 235-248

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  26. Devising renewable heat policy: Overview of support options

    Connor, P., Buerger, V., Beurskens, L., Karin Ericsson & Egger, C., 2013, In : Energy Policy. 59, p. 3-16

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  27. Individual metering and charging of heat and hot water in Swedish housing cooperatives

    Siggelsten, S. & Stefan Olander, 2013, In : Energy Policy. 61, p. 874-880

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  28. National emissions from tourism: an overlooked policy challenge?

    Stefan Gössling, 2013, In : Energy Policy. 59, p. 433-442

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  29. The limited effect of EU emissions trading on corporate climate strategies: Comparison of a Swedish and a Norwegian pulp and paper company

    Gulbrandsen, L. H. & Stenqvist, C., 2013, In : Energy Policy. 56, p. 516-525

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  30. Too difficult to govern? An assessment of the governability of transport biofuels in the EU

    Di Lucia, L., 2013, In : Energy Policy. 63, p. 81-88

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  31. Walking away from a low-carbon economy? Recent and historical trends using a regional decomposition analysis

    Luis Mundaca, Markandya, A. & Norgaard, J., 2013, In : Energy Policy. 61, p. 1471-1480

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  32. 2012
  33. Extending the energy efficiency gap

    Backlund, S., Thollander, P., Jenny Palm & Ottosson, M., 2012 Dec 1, In : Energy Policy. 51, p. 392-396 5 p.

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  34. Defining energy security takes more than asking around

    Aleh Cherp, 2012, In : Energy Policy. March 2012

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  35. Developing a module for estimating climate warming effects on hydropower pricing in California

    Guegan, M., Cintia Bertacchi Uvo & Madani, K., 2012, In : Energy Policy. 42, p. 261-271

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  36. Distributional effects of taxing transport fuel

    Sterner, T., 2012, In : Energy Policy. 41, p. 75-83

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  37. Offshore wind power in Sweden - A qualitative analysis of attitudes with particular focus on opponents

    Waldo, Å., 2012, In : Energy Policy. 41, 1, p. 692-702

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  38. 2011
  39. Green growth in the post-Copenhagen climate

    Sterner, T. & Damon, M., 2011, In : Energy Policy. 39, 11, p. 7165-7173

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  40. 2010
  41. Innovative regions and industrial clusters in hydrogen and fuel cell technology

    Madsen, A. N., 2010 Oct 1, In : Energy Policy. 38, 10, p. 5372 5381 p.

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  42. The public-private divide in household behavior: How far into home can energy guidance reach?

    Jenny Palm, 2010 Jun 1, In : Energy Policy. 38, 6, p. 2858-2864 7 p.

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  43. Biomethane in the transport sector-An appraisal of the forgotten option

    Max Åhman, 2010, In : Energy Policy. 38, 1, p. 208-217

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  44. Can road traffic mask sound from wind turbines? Response to wind turbine sound at different levels of road traffic sound.

    Eja Pedersen, van den Berg, F., Bakker, R. & Bouma, J., 2010, In : Energy Policy. 38, p. 2520-2527

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  45. CO2 emissions from the transport of China's exported goods

    Andersen, O., Stefan Gössling, Simonsen, M., Walnum, H. J., Peeters, P. & Neiberger, C., 2010, In : Energy Policy. 38, 10, p. 5790-5798

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  46. External governance and the EU policy for sustainable biofuels, the case of Mozambique

    Di Lucia, L., 2010, In : Energy Policy. 38, 11, p. 7395-7403

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  47. Renewable energy costs, potentials, barriers: Conceptual issues

    Verbruggen, A., Fischedick, M., Moomaw, W., Weir, T., Nadai, A., Lars J Nilsson, Nyboer, J. & Sathaye, J., 2010, In : Energy Policy. 38, 2, p. 850-861

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  48. 2009
  49. Influencing households' energy behaviour-how is this done and on what premises?

    Gyberg, P. & Jenny Palm, 2009 Jul 1, In : Energy Policy. 37, 7, p. 2807-2813 7 p.

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  50. A multi-criteria evaluation framework for tradable white certificate schemes

    Luis Mundaca & Lena Neij, 2009, In : Energy Policy. 37, 11, p. 4557-4573

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  51. The rise and fall of GO trading in European renewable energy policy: The role of advocacy and policy framing

    Nilsson, M., Lars J Nilsson & Karin Ericsson, 2009, In : Energy Policy. 37, 11, p. 4454-4462

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  52. Will restrictions on CO2 emissions require reductions in transport demand?

    Bengt Johansson, 2009, In : Energy Policy. 37, 8, p. 3212-3220

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  53. 2008
  54. Emergency management in the Swedish electricity market: The need to challenge the responsibility gap

    Jenny Palm, 2008 Feb 1, In : Energy Policy. 36, 2, p. 843-849 7 p.

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  55. European renewable energy policy at crossroads-Focus on electricity support mechanisms

    Fouquet, D. & Thomas B Johansson, 2008, In : Energy Policy. 36, 11, p. 4079-4092

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  56. Relationships between oil price shocks and stock market: An empirical analysis from China

    Cong, R., 2008, In : Energy Policy. 36, 9, p. 3544-3553

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  57. The emerging liquid biofuel market in Argentina: Implications for domestic demand and international trade

    Lamers, P., Kes McCormick & Hilbert, J. A., 2008, In : Energy Policy. 36, 4, p. 1479-1490

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  58. 2007
  59. Biofuels for Transport in Europe: Lessons from Germany and the UK

    Bomb, C., Kes McCormick, Deurwaarder, E. & Kåberger, T., 2007, In : Energy Policy. 35, 4, p. 2256-2267

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  60. Energy efficiency in residences - Challenges for women and men in the North

    Carlsson-Kanyama, A. & Anna-Lisa Lindén, 2007, In : Energy Policy. 35, 4, p. 2163-2172

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  61. Reining China's industrial energy - Challenges of promoting expedient measures in a Chinese actor environment

    Nordqvist, J., 2007, In : Energy Policy. 35, 6, p. 3270-3279

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  62. The prospects for an expansion of biogas systems in Sweden - Incentives, barriers and potentials

    Mikael Lantz, Svensson, M., Lovisa Björnsson & Pål Börjesson, 2007, In : Energy Policy. 35, 3, p. 1830-1843

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  63. 2006
  64. An assessment of governmental wind power programmes in Sweden-using a systems approach

    Åstrand, K. & Lena Neij, 2006, In : Energy Policy. 34, 3, p. 277-296

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  65. Climate Policy and Industry-Effects and Potential Responses in the Swedish Context

    Bengt Johansson, 2006, In : Energy Policy. 34, 15, p. 2344-2360

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  66. Climate policy instruments and industry-effects and potential responses in the Swedish context

    Bengt Johansson, 2006, In : Energy Policy. 34, 15, p. 2344-2360

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  67. Efficient and inefficient aspects of residential energy behaviour: What are the policy instruments for change?

    Anna-Lisa Lindén, Carlsson-Kanyama, A. & Eriksson, B., 2006, In : Energy Policy. 34, 14, p. 1918-1927

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  68. Energy policy and the role of bioenergy in Poland

    Lars J Nilsson, Pisarek, M., Buriak, J., Oniszk-Poplawska, A., Bucko, P., Karin Ericsson & Jaworski, L., 2006, In : Energy Policy. 34, 15, p. 2263-2278

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  69. Foreign trade and declining pollution in Sweden: a decomposition analysis of long-term structural and technological effects

    Astrid Kander & Lindmark, M., 2006, In : Energy Policy. 34, 13, p. 1590-1599

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  70. Government policy and the development of electric vehicles in Japan

    Max Åhman, 2006, In : Energy Policy. 34, 4, p. 433-443

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  71. Outcome indicators for the evaluation of energy policy instruments and technical change

    Lena Neij & Åstrand, K., 2006, In : Energy Policy. 34, 17, p. 2662-2676

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  72. System failure, innovation policy and patents: Fuel cells and related hydrogen technology in Norway 1990-2002

    Godoe, H. & Nygaard, S., 2006, In : Energy Policy. 34, 13, p. 1697-1708

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  73. 2004
  74. Bioenergy policy and market development in Finland and Sweden

    Karin Ericsson, Huttunen, S., Lars J Nilsson & Per Svenningsson, 2004, In : Energy Policy. 32, 15, p. 1707-1721

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  75. Energy for sustainable development in China

    Thomas B Johansson & Ni, W. D., 2004, In : Energy Policy. 32, 10, p. 1225-1229

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  76. How to promote renewable energy systems successfully and effectively

    Haas, R., Eichhammer, W., Huber, C., Langniss, O., Lorenzoni, A., Madlener, R., Menanteau, P., Morthorst, PE., Martins, A., Oniszk, A., Schleich, J., Smith, A., Vass, Z. & Verbruggen, A., 2004, In : Energy Policy. 32, 6, p. 833-839

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  77. 2003
  78. External costs and taxes in heat supply systems

    Karlsson, Å. & Gustavsson, L., 2003, In : Energy Policy. 31, 14, p. 1541-1560

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  79. The renewables portfolio standard in Texas: an early assessment

    Langniss, O. & Wiser, R., 2003, In : Energy Policy. 31, 6, p. 527-535

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  80. 2002
  81. A system perspective on the heating of detached houses

    Gustavsson, L. & Karlsson, Å., 2002, In : Energy Policy. 30, 7, p. 553-574

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  82. Voluntary agreements - a measure for energy-efficiency in industry? Lessons from a Swedish programme

    Anna-Lisa Lindén & Carlsson-Kanyama, A., 2002, In : Energy Policy. 30, 10, p. 897-905

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  83. 2001
  84. 2000
  85. Energy Efficiency in Buildings Through Information - Swedish Perspective

    Henryson, J., Håkansson, T. & Pyrko, J., 2000, In : Energy Policy. 28, 3, p. 169-180

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  86. 1997
  87. Mitigation Costs for Bioenergy Systems and Natural Gas Systems with Decarbonization

    Gustavsson, L. & Pål Börjesson, 1997, In : Energy Policy. 26, 9, p. 699-713

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  88. 1994
  89. Dynamics of Energy Efficient Lighting

    Swisher, J., Christiansson, L. & Hedenström, C., 1994, In : Energy Policy. 22, 7, p. 581-594

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