The presentations by UNSW researchers now associated with CEEM are listed below in chronological order, and some are available for download. You can categorise by publication type and/or research area and can also search by keyword.

Event Presenter Typesort ascending Research area Location Date
Carbon pricing and renewable energy markets Jenny Riesz Seminar Emissions trading, Energy Efficiency & Distributed Generation, Large-scale Renewable Energy University of Sydney Wednesday, October 30, 2013
Efficiency and Effectiveness of Promotion Systems for Electricity Generation from Renewable Energy Sources – An Update on Lessons Learned from EU Countries Prof Reinhard Haas, Vienna University of Technology Seminar Energy Efficiency & Distributed Generation, Large-scale Renewable Energy Tyree Energy Technologies Building, University of NSW Friday, June 22, 2012
Renewable Technologies in the Future NEM: 100% Renewables for Australia? Jenny Riesz Seminar Energy Efficiency & Distributed Generation, Large-scale Renewable Energy, Sustainability & general Australian Power Institute (API) Summer School, Sunshine Coast Wednesday, February 24, 2016
Prospects for wind energy in Australia Hugh Outhred [nid:330] Seminar Large-scale Renewable Energy, Technology Assessments ANZSES NSW branch, Sydney Thursday, July 24, 2008
Reviewing the Productivity Commission Report on Energy Efficiency Hugh Outhred [nid:330] Seminar Energy Efficiency & Distributed Generation Australian Energy Reform conference, Melbourne Wednesday, December 7, 2005
Using Policy Design to Manage the Impact of Stakeholder Pressure During the Policy Development Process Rob Passey Seminar Sustainability & general AuSES 2010 Conference, Canberra, Australia Friday, December 3, 2010
Changing Drivers for Energy and Climate Policy in the Electricity Industry Iain MacGill Seminar Sustainability & general Sydney Symposium on Carbon Capture (S2 C2) ‘FLEXIBLE OPERATIONS OF POWER PLANTS WITH CARBON CAPTURE’ Wednesday, October 16, 2013
'Designer' markets for electricity, renewables and energy efficiency – some ‘surprising’ lessons from Australia Iain MacGill Seminar Electricity Markets & Restructuring, Energy Efficiency & Distributed Generation, Large-scale Renewable Energy ETH Zurich Seminar Series, Zurich Tuesday, May 1, 2012
The promise and pitfalls of market-based environmental regulation: some lessons from the Australian experience Iain MacGill Seminar Large-scale Renewable Energy, Electricity Markets & Restructuring, Emissions trading Instituto de Investigacion Tecnologica (IIT), Madrid, Spain Wednesday, May 28, 2008
EU National allocation plans: Lessons learnt Regina Betz Seminar Emissions trading Central Research Institute for Electrical Power Industry (CRIEPE), Tokyo, Japan Tuesday, October 4, 2005
The Impact of disruptive technologies on electricity utility business models Fereidoon P. Sioshansi Seminar Energy Efficiency & Distributed Generation Room LG05, Lower Ground Floor, Tyree Energy Technologies Building (H6), UNSW Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Does Penalty Design Matter for Emissions Trading Markets: A Laboratory Investigation Phillia Restiani Seminar Emissions trading Economic Science Association World Meeting, University of Copenhagen. Copenhagen, Denmark Sunday, July 11, 2010
Energy Productivity & Pricing: Markets for energy, renewable energy and carbon Jenny Riesz Seminar Electricity Markets & Restructuring, Sustainability & general Australian Power Institute (API) Summer School, Sunshine Coast Monday, February 17, 2014
Planning & Design of Sustainable Biomass Waste Management and Bioenergy Production Napat Jakrawatana Seminar Large-scale Renewable Energy, Sustainability & general, Energy Efficiency & Distributed Generation School of Civil and Environmental Engineering Research Student Forum Friday, November 30, 2007
Electricity Market and Power System Operation in Australia Hugh Outhred [nid:330] Seminar Electricity Markets & Restructuring Korea Power Exchange International Workshop on Electricity Market and Power System Operation, COEX Intercontinental Hotel in Seoul, Korea Wednesday, July 6, 2005

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