The publications from UNSW researchers now associated with CEEM are listed below by year, and within each year they are in alphabetical order. Some are available for download. You can categorise by publication type and/or research area and can also search by keyword.

Title & place of publicationsort descending Author Research area Type Links Year
The sustainability of desalination plants in Australia: is renewable energy the answer? OzWater Conference, 5th March 2007, Sydney David Knights, Iain MacGill, Rob Passey Large-scale Renewable Energy, Sustainability & general Conference Papers 2007

The Transition to Renewable Energy, in A D Owen and N Hanley (editors), The Economics of Climate Change, London: Routledge, 2004

Tony Owen Large-scale Renewable Energy, Electricity Markets & Restructuring Book Chapters 2004
The Value of Accurate Forecasts and a Probabilistic Method for Robust Scheduling of Residential Distributed Energy Resources, in Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Probabilistic Methods Applied to Power Systems, Singapore, June 14-17, pp. 587-592 Pedrasa, M. A., Spooner E. D., MacGill, I. F. Energy Efficiency & Distributed Generation Conference Papers 2010

The Value of Distributed, Urban Residential Photovoltaic Electricity in the Australian National Electricity Market - A Case Study, March 2005 .

Marc Pop Energy Efficiency & Distributed Generation, Technology Assessments Reports and Working Papers 2005

The Value of PV in Summer Peaks Paper for EUPVSEC'04 European PV Solar Conference, Paris, June 2004 .

Muriel Watt, Scott Partlin, Monica Oliphant, Hugh Outhred[nid:330], Iain MacGill, Ted Spooner Energy Efficiency & Distributed Generation, Technology Assessments Conference Papers 2004
UNSW seminar presentation: Regulation to improve the Sustainability of the Electricity Industry by , 23 May 2002 Hugh Outhred[nid:330], Karel Nolles Sustainability & general Archived 2002

Using a market game as a tool for teaching strategic behaviour in an electricity industry restructuring course,Paper accepted for Australasian Universities Power Engineering Conference, AUPEC 2004, Brisbane, September . The associated presentation is also available

Thai D. H. Cau, Hugh Outhred[nid:330], Iain MacGill Electricity Markets & Restructuring Conference Papers 2004

Using PV to meet Peak Summer Electricity Loads in Proc. ANZSES'2003, Melbourne, November, 2003

Muriel Watt, M. Oliphant, H. Outhred[nid:330], R. Collins Energy Efficiency & Distributed Generation, Technology Assessments Archived 2003

Voltage Quality of Supply Incorporated Spot Market Model: A Market Efficiency Perspective in Proc. AUPEC2003, New Zealand, September

Seon Gu Kim, Hugh Outhred[nid:330] Electricity Markets & Restructuring Archived 2003

What is driving Price Volatility in the EU ETS? in the Australasian Emissions Trading Forum Review, Oct/Nov 2006 pp4-5

Regina Betz Emissions trading Reports and Working Papers 2006

What Role for Nuclear Power in the Australian Electricity Industry?, Proceedings of the Australian Institute of Energy (AIE) Annual Conference, November

Hugh Outhred[nid:330] Technology Assessments Conference Papers 2006

Wind Energy and the National Electricity Market with particular reference to South Australia, A report for the Australian Greenhouse Office, (revised April) 2003

Hugh Outhred[nid:330] Large-scale Renewable Energy, Electricity Markets & Restructuring Archived 2003

Wind Energy Penetration into the National Electricity Market

Hugh Outhred[nid:330] Large-scale Renewable Energy, Electricity Markets & Restructuring Archived 2003

Wind power and long-term issues within the National Electricity Market, Presentation to the AusWEA Workshop on Wind-Grid Solutions, 23 July 2003

Hugh Outhred[nid:330] Large-scale Renewable Energy, Electricity Markets & Restructuring Archived 2003
Wind Power and Market Power, Energy Policy (Special Issue on Wind Power) (accepted for publication) Twomey, P., Neuhoff, K. Large-scale Renewable Energy Journal Papers 2009
‘Renewable energy breeding’ can stop Australia blowing the carbon budget – if we’re quick', in The Conversation Mark Diesendorf Electricity Markets & Restructuring Articles 2018

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