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< Dual Plenaries: Session Themes >

  1. Energy Geopolitics: Challenges and Opportunities for Asia
  2. Climate Change and the Challenges for De-carbonization: Risks and Opportunities
  3. Hydrogen Society and its Impact on the Energy Market
  4. Clean, Affordable and Accessible Energy for All
  5. Future Role of Fossil Fuels toward Decarbonized World
  6. Global Energy Transition: What’s the Role of Market in the Transition toward Decarbonization?
  7. Nuclear Energy in the New Decades: Could it be Possible to Decarbonize All the Sectors?
  8. Future of Mobility and Energy Industries

< Round Tables: Themes >

  1. Critical Minerals
  2. Energy Transition and the Role of Fossil Fuels
  3. ADBI-T20 Roundtable on Financing Energy Transition in Asia and the Pacific
  4. New energy solutions for a Smart and Resilient Society

Monday, 1 August

9:00-10:30

Opening Plenary

Opening Plenary Soukairou Hall

Speakers

Welcome Remarks
  • Tatsuya Terazawa, Chairman & CEO, The Institute of Energy Economics, Japan
  • Peter Hartley, George A. Peterkin Professor, Economics, Rice University
  • Shin Hosaka, Commissioner, Agency for Natural Resources and Energy
Opening Remarks
  • Hoesung Lee, Chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
  • Fatih Birol, Executive Director, International Energy Agency, Paris
Speech

10:45-12:15

Dual Plenary 1 & 2

Dual Plenary 1: Energy Geopolitics: Challenges and Opportunities for AsiaSoukairou Hall

Background

Uncertainty of politics and security in the oil & gas producing countries is increasing particularly in the Middle East and North Africa. Asia’s oil & gas demands will continue growing and depend on the imports from MENA. Besides, energy industry has been affected by more diverse factors such as financial market.
Similarly, geopolitical risk has broadened in recent years to encompass more diverse issues such as anti-globalism, cyber security, etc. Therefore, it is time to revisit the definition of “Geopolitics of Energy”.

Pillars of discussion

  • How can we define the geopolitical risks in people's power age?
  • What are the future factors for changing energy geopolitics in the region? (short-term, mid-term, long-term)
  • Any possibility of building int’l mechanism for maintaining the energy security in the Asia-Pacific region? (Role of int’l organizations, major countries, companies, NGOs)
  • How could IOCs/NOCs find opportunities under current volatile geopolitical situation?
  • Any role of non-fossil energy sectors for stabilizing the geopolitical situation?

Chair

  • Ken Koyama, Senior Managing Director, Chief Economist, The Institute of Energy Economics, Japan (IEEJ)

Speakers

  • Jun Nishizawa, Group CEO, Natural Gas Group, Executive Vice
    President, Mitsubishi Corporation
  • Keisuke Sadamori, Director, Energy Markets and Security, International Energy Agency
  • Paul Stevens, Associate Fellow, Environment and Society Programme, Chatham House / Emeritus Professor, University of Dundee / Distinguished Fellow, Institute of Energy Economics, Japan
  • Tatiana Mitrova, Research Fellow, Center on Global Energy Policy, Columbia SIPA

Dual Plenary 2: Climate Change and the Challenges for De-carbonization: Risks and Opportunities Lecture Room L

Background

As the global community has been intensifying its efforts toward meeting the carbon neutrality target, the sing of changes has been already felt across the world in the forms of energy policy formulation, strengthening of regulation, and transformations in the choice of energy sources. Meanwhile, how to maintain its momentum, mobilize necessary capital as well as to reduce the impact of economic activities are the difficult issues toward achieving the goal. In recognitions of those challenges, concerted efforts are necessary among the stakeholders, including policy-makers, those entities engaged in energy industries, and organizations responsible for R&D.

Pillars of discussion

  • Will the global community be able to achieve the ambitious 2 degree/1.5 degree targets? What are the challenges for achieving the target?
  • What are the risks for not achieving these targets?
  • What can be the opportunities of decarbonization?
  • How can we make soft landing on a decarbonized economy? How should we use fossil fuels in a transition phase?
  • How can carbon recycling technologies contribute to the decarbonization pathways? To what extent can the costs of this technology be reduced?
  • How can we facilitate the dialogue/communication among different stakeholders (such as governments, private sector and NGOs) to take the concerted efforts toward decarbonization?

Chair

  • Nan Zhou, Senior Scientist, , Building Technologies & Urban Systems Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, US

Speakers

  • Fumihiko Ito, Chief Sustainability Officer, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
  • Shintaro Ishida, Executive Officer and General Manager, Corporate Planning Department, Idemitsu Kosan Co., Ltd.
  • Akshima Ghate, Managing Director, RMI India
  • Noura Mansouri, Fellow, KAPSRAC

13:30-15:00

Round Table 1
Concurrent sessions: A1-A13

Round Table 1: Critical Minerals Soukairou Hall

Background

Clean energy transitions will significantly increase the critical minerals demand. There are two components that will drive the demand for critical minerals: electricity networks and batteries (mainly for EVs). It is estimated that half of the total projected critical minerals demand in 2050 is for copper, and remaining quarter is taken up by nickel and graphite. And this is followed by lithium, manganese, and cobalt (IEA, 2021). Nevertheless, following issues need to be resolved to mobilize necessary capital for the mining development: political insecurity, infrastructure development for remotely located mineral deposits, human rights issues, and child labor in artisanal mines.

Pillars of Discussion

  • How can we ensure stable supply of these critical minerals? What obstacles do we have to ensure the stable supply of critical minerals, and how can we overcome to establish the critical minerals supply chain?
  • How can we mobilize necessary capital despite some observed risks against the investment in critical minerals?
  • What technologies do we have to develop key non-fuel minerals and in the right form and purity?

Moderator and Speaker

  • Michelle Michot Foss, Fellow in Energy, Minerals & Materials, Center for Energy Studies, Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy

Speakers

  • Xavier Chalbot, Head of Strategy, Rio Tinto
  • Michael S. Moats, Professor of Metallurgical Engineering, Missouri University of Science & Technology and Director of the Thomas J.O’Keefe Institute for the Sustainable Supply of Strategic Minerals

Concurrent sessions: A1-A13

Carbon Pricing Instruments: Second-Best Policies?

Nandeeta Neerunjun

Aix Marseille School of Economics

Abstract

Dynamic Correlation and Volatility Spillover Among Green Bonds, Clean Energy Stock, and Fossil Fuel Market.

Chaofeng Tang1, Kentaka Aruga2

1Guangdong Medical University, 2Saitama University

AbstractPaperPresentation

Carbon Pricing Co-Benefits for Countries

Fatemeh (Marjan) Nazifi, Rohan Best

Macquarie University

Abstract

From Kyoto to Glasgow: Volumes and Types of Unused Certified Emission Reductions (CERs)

Raphaela Kotsch1,2, Regina Betz3,2

1University of Zurich, 2Zurich University of Applied Sciences, 3Center for Energy and the Environment (CEE)

Abstract

Mapping Innovation in the Electricity Sector: A Startups Approach

Rolando Fuentes1, Dongmei Chen2, Khalid AlHadhrami2, Frank Felder2

1EGADE Business School-KAPSARC, 2KAPSARC

Abstract

Bess-Facilitated Local Energy Market: A Case Study on Typical Australian Consumers

M. Imran Azim, Liaqat Ali, Jan Peters, Vivek Bhandari, Anand Menon, Vinod Tiwari, Jemma Green

Powerledger

AbstractPaperPresentation

Research and Development Regulations to Stimulate Innovation in the Electricity Sector: A Quantitative Study on European Countries

Beatriz Couto Ribeiro1,2, Luciane Graziele Pereira Ferrero1, Adriana Bin1, Knut Blind2

1University of Campinas, 2Technical Universit of Berlin

Abstract

Electricity Market Structure, Wind Penetration and Information Aggregation: An Experimental Approach

Cody Hohl1, Anthony Kwasnica1, Chiara Lo Prete1, Feng Zhu2

1The Pennsylvania State University, 2Nankai University

Abstract

Modelling Energy Demand in Support of China’s 2060 Neutrality Targets

Gabriel David Oreggioni, Xiao Yu, Iain Staffell

Imperial College London

Abstract

Country-Level Energy Demand Modelling in Support of Europe’s Climate Neutrality Target

Gabriel David Oreggioni, Iain Staffell

Imperial College London

Abstract

Assessment of Japan's Net Zero Target by 2050 Using Dynamic Multi-Sector Energy Economic Model

Jubair Sieed, Ryoichi Komiyama, Yasumasa Fujii

The University of Tokyo

Abstract

Effective Indonesia's Government Policy to Reach Net Zero Carbon in Year 2060

Luky Yusgiantoro, Tri Bagus Prabowo

Purnomo Yusgiantoro Center

Abstract

Energy Security Through Sustainable Energy and Climate Targets in Small Island Developing States

Anna Genave1, Sandrine Selosse2

1Economic Development Board – Mauritius, 2MINES Paris, PSL University, Centre for Applied Mathematics

Abstract

Assessing the Effect of Different Market Designs on the Security of Electricity Supply – A Quantitative Analysis and Policy Recommendations

Lars Nolting1, Alexandre Moraira da Silva2

1Energy System Economics, RWTH Aachen University, 2Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Abstract

Geopolitics of Electricity, Natural Gas & LNG in the Balkan Region: The Energy Community Treaty and the Target Year 2050 (Green Deal)

Sotirios Manolkidis

Hellenic Regulatory Authority for Energy (RAE)

Abstract

Distributed Generation and Cost Efficiency of German Electricity Distribution Network Operators

Lisa Just1, Heike Wetzel2

1Institute of Energy Economics at the University of Cologne, 2Institute of Economics, University of Kassel

Abstract

Dynamic Auction and Matching Mechanism for Peer-To-Peer Electricity Trading in Microgrids

Grishma Manandhar1, H. Alan Love1, Olvar Bergland2

1Washington State University, 2Norwegian University of Life Sciences

Abstract

Double Auction Design for P2P Energy Trading between Micro-Grids with Demand-Supply Imbalance

Ji-su Sim1, Deok-joo Lee1, Kiho Yoon2

1Seoul National University, 2Korea University

Abstract

Accounting for Distributed Resources in Resource Adequacy

Irene Danti Lopez, Eamonn Lannoye

EPRI

AbstractPresentation

Analysis of Multi-Criteria Decision-Making Approaches for Industrial Energy Efficiency Projects Evaluation

Ibrahim Kshanh, Makoto Tanaka

National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS)

Abstract

Linking Energy Efficiency with Trade and Environment: A System Dynamic Approach

Keshav Raj Panthee1, Prakrit Noppradit1, Saroj Gyawali2

1Prince of Songkla University, 2Sustainable Study and Research Institute

Abstract

Behavioural Approach to Reduce Energy Consumption in Public Buildings

Rabab Akkouche, Sandrine Selosse, Gilles Guerassimoff

MINES Paris, PSL University, Centre for Applied Mathematics (CMA)

Abstract

Effective Energy Policies for Investments in Emission Abatement in the Building Sector

Philipp Theile, Fabian Arnold, Amir Ashour Novirdoust

University of Cologne

Abstract

The Impact of Credit Constraints on Total-Factor Energy Efficiency Evidence from Manufacturing Firms

Dengjun Zhang1, Taoyuan Wei2

1University of Stavanger, 2CICERO Center for International Climate Research

AbstractPresentation

Sustainable Development, Renewable Energy Transformation and Employment Impact in the EU

Ranjula Bali Swain1,2, Amin Karimu3, Erik Grad2

1Stockholm School of Economics, 2Södertörn University, 3University of Cape Town

AbstractPresentation

Economic and Environmental Effects of Promoting Renewable Energy Electricity in Remote Islands: A Case of Tsushima, Japan

Ken’ichi Matsumoto1, Yuko Matsumura2

1Toyo University, 2Osaka University

Abstract

Evidence of the Rebound Effect from Installing Rooftop Solar in a Developing Country

Luan T. Nguyen1, Shyama Ratnasiri1, Nicholas Rohde1, Liam Wagner2

1Griffith University, 2The University of Adelaide

AbstractPresentation

Simulation of the Diffusion of Alternative Fuel Vehicles Considering the Possession of Information

Masaaki Suzuki1, Mari Ito2, Ryuta Takashima2, Makoto Tanaka3

1Chukyo University, 2Tokyo University of Science, 3National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies

Abstract

How Cost-Effective Are Electric Vehicle Subsides in Reducing Tailpipe-Co2 Emissions? An Analysis of Major Electric Vehicle Markets

Tamara L. Sheldon1, Rubal Dua2, Omar Abdullah Alharbi2

1University of South Carolina, 2KAPSARC

Abstract

Life Cycle Environmental and Cost Comparison of Scooters in Taiwan

Yuan-Hsi Thomas Chien1, I-Yun Lisa Hsieh2

1National Yang Ming Chaio Tung University, 2National Taiwan University

AbstractPresentation

Porter’s Five Forces Analysis: Battery as Alternative Transport Fuels in Indonesia

Luky Agung Yusgiantoro, Akhmad Hanan, Budi Prayogo Sunariyanto, Mayora Bunga Swastika

The Purnomo Yusgiantoro Center

AbstractPaper

Effects of COVID-19 on Indian Energy Consumption

Kentaka Aruga1, Md. Monirul Islam2, Arifa Jannat2

1Saitama University, 2University of Tsukuba

AbstractPaper

Quality of Institutions as a Factor to Energy Transition in South Africa: Econometric and System Dynamics Modelling Evidence

Roula Inglesi-Lotz

University of Pretoria

AbstractPresentation

The Relationship between Climate Protection Activities, Economic Preferences, and Life Satisfaction: Empirical Evidence for Germany

Thilo K.G. Haverkamp1, Heinz Welsch2, Andreas Ziegler1

1University of Kassel, 2University of Oldenburg

Abstract

The Dynamic Impact Among Oil Dependence Volatility, the Quality of Political Institutions, and Government Spending

Azadeh Pazouki1, Ebrahim Ghorbani2, Mohammad Reza Pazouki3, Nasrin Hozarmoghadam4

1University of Bedfordshire, 2Bournemouth University, 3Allameh Tabataba’i University, 4Insurance Research Center

Abstract

Energy Consumption Behaviour and Work from Home (WFH): A Survey Study from India

Supratim Das Gupta, Shaurya Patel

Ahmedabad University

AbstractPaper

Prospect of APEC Energy Goals for Energy Intensity and Renewable Energy

Muhammad Nabih Fakhri Matussin

Asia Pacific Energy Research Centre

AbstractPaperPresentation

Reference Scenario in the 8th APEC Energy Demand and Supply Outlook

Mathew Horne

APERC

AbstractPaperPresentation

The Philippines’ Key Growth Sectors: Consumption Trends in BAU and Beyond, a Decomposition Analysis

Elvira Torres Gelindon

Asia Pacific Energy Research Centre (APERC)

AbstractPresentation

Energy Security and Resilience in the APEC Region

Glen E. Sweetnam, Emily Medina

Asia Pacific Energy Research Centre

AbstractPaper

Fossil Fuel Energy Consumption, Economic Growth, Urbanization, and Carbon Dioxide Emissions in Kenya

Jacob Otim1, Susan Watundu2, John Mutenyo3, Vincent Bagire2

1Kyambogo University, 2Makerere University Business School, 3Makerere University

AbstractPaperPresentation

Pathways to ASEAN’s Energy Futures: From NDCs to Net Zero

Emi Minghui Gui1, Beni Suryadi2, Zulfikar Yurnaidi2, Monika Merdekawati2

1ClimateWorks Australia, 2ASEAN Centre for Energy

Abstract

Evidence of Environmental Kuznets Curve of ASEAN Plan of Action for Energy Cooperation

Josia T. Simanjuntak1, Luky A. Yusgiantoro2

1SKK Migas, 2Indonesia Oil and Gas Institute

Abstract

Economic Impacts of a Carbon Tax in China under Alternative Tax-Design Schemes

Govinda R. Timilsina1, Jun Pang2, Yuanhua Chang2

1World Bank, 2Renmin University

Abstract


15:15-16:45

Dual Plenary 3 & 4

Dual Plenary 3: Hydrogen Society and its Impact on the Energy Market Soukairou Hall

Background

The world of energy is facing a once in 100 years of tipping point. (1) Shift toward renewable energy for decarbonization, (2) Technological innovation and cost reduction contributing to decarbonization, (3) Progress in distributed power generation and storage using vehicles, and grid stabilization using demand-side resources. Expectations for hydrogen in energy transition are high. Hydrogen is expected to contribute to (a) reduction of CO2 emissions through usage in the power, transport, industry, and residential/commercial sectors, and (b) stabilization of grid when it is utilized as power storage technology.

Pillars of discussion

  • What will be the future like with the use of hydrogen for energy supply chain?
  • What options do we have to realize carbon-free hydrogen supply?
  • What are the main benefits of hydrogen? Are there any disadvantages for using hydrogen?

Chair

  • Kazunari Sasaki, Senior Vice President (Distinguished Professor), Kyushu University

Speakers

  • Tomoo Shiota, Executive Officer, General Manager, Hydrogen Business Promotion Department, ENEOS
  • Mansur Zhakupov, Vice President, Hydrogen, TotalEnergies SE
  • Per Sandberg, Senior Advisor, Low Carbon Solutions unit, Equinor
  • Yoshihiko Hamamura, Senior General Manager, Fuel Cell Business Field, Toyota ZEV Factory, Toyota Motor Corporation

Dual Plenary 4: Clean, Affordable and Accessible Energy for All Lecture Room L

Background

Today, 770 million people have no access to electricity, and more than 2.5 billion people lack access to clean cooking facilities. Household air pollution from traditional cooking smoke is linked to nearly 2.5 million premature deaths annually. With more and more countries announcing their commitment to carbon neutrality, no one can be left behind. Yet, many people still live on less than $2 per day and cannot afford clean energy.
Distributed energy systems can offer promising solutions in sparsely populated areas where conventional energy supply systems are not necessarily economical. This can lead to significant improvements in the quality of life and empowerment of many populations.

Pillars of discussion

  • How have energy access issues affected the quality of life and economic activities? How can this be solved?
  • How can we align this vision with addressing the climate emergency?
  • There are increasing opportunities for leapfrogging in developing and emerging economies. What are some innovative business models for energy access?
  • How can we engage diverse stakeholders in realizing clean, affordable and accessible energy for all?

Chair

  • Roula Inglesi-Lotz, Professor of Economics at the Department of Economics at University of Pretoria

Speakers

  • Rebecca Bregant, Co-founder & CMO, Pineberry / President, Alliance for Rural Electrification
  • Anne McDonald, Professor, Sophia University ISGE Island Sustainability Unit
  • Dadan Kusdiana, Director General of New, Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation (DG of NREEC)
  • Shonali Pachauri, Research Group Leader and Principal Research Scholar, Transformative Institutional & Social Solutions (TISS) Research Group, Energy, Climate Environment (ECE) Program, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)

Tuesday, 2 August

9:00-10:30

Round Table 2
Concurrent sessions: B1-B13

Round Table 2: Energy Transition and the Role of Fossil Fuels Soukairou Hall

Background

  • Decarbonizing fossil fuels is getting more urgent as pressures from investors and the public rise with highlighted climate concerns.
  • NOCs/IOCs are trying to diversity their business portfolio faced with the global trend of energy transition.
  • According to the IEEJ’s Energy Outlook, however, even with strong decarbonization measures, the global use of fossil fuels in 2050 may not change so much - just 5% decline from 2017. Power generation and transport sector will see robust demand.
  • For some sectors such as iron, aviation and navigation, getting away from fossil fuels is relatively challenging. ‘Blue hydrogen’ and its derivatives are drawing attentions as the alternatives.

Key Questions

  • Are there still favorable opportunity to make money from oil, gas and coal even as climate concerns increase?
  • How does the financial sector support future demand for fossil fuels and its decarbonization?
  • To what extent are thermal power plants needed for grid stabilization? How can these plants be decarbonized?
  • How do fossil-fuel-dependent sectors cope with the trend of decarbonization? Does ‘blue hydrogen’ play an important role?
  • What is the strategy for fossil-fuel-dependent countries in the decarbonization trends?

Moderator

  • Takeo Kikkawa, Professor, Graduate School of International Management, International University of Japan

Speakers

  • Bassam Fattouh, Director, The Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (OIES)
  • Robin Mills, CEO, Qamar Energy, Dubai
  • Paul J. Sullivan, Senior Research Associate, King Faisal Center for Research and Islamic Studies / Non-Resident Senior Fellow, Global Energy Center, Atlantic Council
  • Mustafa Amer, Researcher, Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF)
  • Hirofumi Matsuo, Senior Editorial Writer, Nikkei Inc.

Concurrent sessions: B1-B13

Conservation of the Global Environment by Developing Digital Platforms

Masao Tsujimoto

Japan University of Economics

AbstractPaperPresentation

Smart-Energy Scale-Up Roadmap for Carbon-Neutral Energy Supply and Government Decision Support Model

Philipp Riegebauer

University of Applied Sciences, BABLE Smartcities GmbH

Abstract

Development of Smart Energy Areas in Ibadan, Nigeria: Prospects and Challenges.

Tubi O. Theophilus1,2, Adenikinju, Adeola F.1, Olanrele Iyabo2

1University of Ibadan, 2NISER

AbstractPaper

Global, Hemispheric, and Regional Temperature Anomalies – How Different Are They and What Does It Mean?

Marc Gronwald

International Business School Suzhou at Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University

Abstract

Establishing a New Global Forum of National Laboratories to Progress an Integrated Approach to Decarbonisation

Paul Nevitt, Rob Whittleston, Keith Franklin

National Nuclear Laboratory

Abstract

Revisiting the Climate Stabilisation Wedges: A Framework for Decarbonising the Economy by 2050

Nathan Johnson, Iain Staffell

Imperial College London

Abstract

The Effect of Climate Change on Economic Growth: A Structural Global Vector Autoregressive Approach

Maryam Ahmadi1, Chiara Casoli1, Matteo Manera1,2, Daniele Valenti1,3

1Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei, 2University of Milan-Bicocca, 3University of Milan

AbstractPresentation

A Regional Integrated Assessment Model of Climate and the Economy: Which Role for the Mediterranean Region?

Chiara Castelli1,2, Camilla Gusperti2, Marta Castellini1,2, Veronica Lupi3,2, Sergio Vergali1,2

1University of Brescia, 2Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM), 3University of Milan

Abstract

Carbon Neutral Energy System Analysis in Japan Using Times-Japan Model

Atsushi Kurosawa1, Etsushi Kato1, Toshihiro Inoue1, Kazuhiko Ogimoto2, Yumiko Iwafune2, Yohei Yamaguchi3, Yoshiyuki Shimoda3

1The Institute of Applied Energy, 2University of Tokyo, 3Osaka University

Abstract

Interconnection Capacity Allocation Method: First-Come, First-Served Rule to Implicit Auction

Kota Sugimoto

Tokyo Foundation for Policy Research

AbstractPaper

Optimal Regulatory Incentives for Transmission System Operators under Flow-Based Market Coupling

Michiel Kenis1, Kenneth Bruninx1, Fernando Dominguez2, Erik Delarue1

1University of Leuven, 2Flemish Institute for Technological Research (VITO)

Abstract

Who Should Pay for Transmission?

Julia Frayer, Stella Mueller, Andrei Comlosan-Pop

London Economics International LLC

AbstractPresentation

Why Will Capacity Markets Never Achieve Equilibrium Levels of Supply?

Victor Chung, Julia Frayer

London Economics International LLC

AbstractPresentation

The Costs Reduction Effects of Ending the U.S. Crude Oil Export Ban

R. Dean Foreman1, Andrew N. Kleit2

1American Petroleum Institute, 2The Pennsylvania State University

AbstractPaper

Oil Price Behavior and Corporate Bond Market Performance

Hongjie Zhao, Alexander Kemp, Chunxia Jiang

University of Aberdeen

Abstract

Effects of Decline Rate Uncertainty and Financial Security Obligations on the Decision to Decommission Offshore Oil and Gas Installations: A UKCS Case Study

Arturo Regalado1, Alexander Kemp2, Yakubu Abdul-Salam2, Alisdair Macpherson1

1University of Aberdeen, 2University of Aberdeen Business School

AbstractPresentation

Quantitative Analysis on Resilience of Distributed Energy Systems Considering Typical Supply Disruptions in Japan Using Approximate Stochastic Dynamic Programming

Kanta Nishikura, Ryoichi Komiyama, Yasumasa Fujii

The University of Tokyo

Abstract

Scenario-Based Modelling of Residential Energy Demand Uncertainty Using Activity-Based Approach

Jacek Pawlak, Ahmadreza Faghih Imani, Aruna Sivakumar

Imperial College London

AbstractPresentation

Investor Types, Technology Diffusion, and Decarbonization

Mathias Mier, Valeriya Azarova

ifo Institute for Economic Research at the University of Munich

Abstract

Facing Climate Change: Does Switzerland Have Enough Water?

Juan Esteban Martinez-Jaramillo1, Ann van Ackere1, Erik Larsen2

1University of Lausanne, 2Aarhus University

Abstract

Is the Global Carbon Market Integrated? Return and Volatility Connectedness in ETS Systems

Chenyan Lyu1, Bert Scholtens2

1Copenhagen Business School, 2University of Groningen

Abstract

Are Retail Investors Willing to Buy Green Bonds? A Case of Japan

Kentaka Aruga

Saitama University

AbstractPaper

Measuring Multi-Scale Connectedness between Green Bond and Green Equity Using a Thick Pen Method

Sania Wadud1, Marc Gronwald2

1University of Aberdeen and Curtin University, 2International Business School Suzhou, Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University

Abstract

Corporate Disclosure and Green Finance Market: A Legal Perspective

Wejdan Asiri

The General Authority for Survey and Geospatial Information

Abstract

Tipping Points in the Banking System

Nadia Ameli, Jamie Rickman

UCL ISR

Abstract

Flexible Supply Meets Flexible Demand: The Impact of Prosumers on Strategic Hydro Operations

Farzad Hassanzadeh Moghimi1, Yihsu Chen2, Afzal S. Siddiqui1,3

1Stockholm University, 2University of California at Santa Cruz, 3Aalto University

AbstractPresentation

Demand-Side Flexibility in the Residential Heating Sector – A Stated Choice Experiment in Germany

Jonas Bender, Larissa Fait, Heike Wetzel

University of Kassel

Abstract

Retail Rate Design in A Decarbonized Power System: On the Limits of Time-of-Use Pricing

Tim Schittekatte1, Dharik Mallapragada1, Richard Schmalensee2, Paul Joskow3

1MIT Energy Initiative, 2MIT Sloan School of Management, 3MIT Department of Economics

Abstract

Distributional Impacts of Dynamic Pricing Transitions for Residential Electricity Consumers

Nathan DeMaagd, Michael Roberts, Nori Tarui

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa

Abstract

Will the Tariff Reform Bridge Cost Efficiency Gap between State Branch and Local Grid Firms?

Bai-Chen Xie, Tao Zhang, Yong-Heng Shi

Tianjin University

AbstractPresentation

Split Incentives, Imperfect Information and Energy Efficiency Subsidies

Stef Schildermans1, Sven Damen2, Geert Goeyvaerts1

1KU Leuven, 2University of Antwerp

AbstractPresentation

Energy Efficiency for Low Income Households: What about Rebound Effects?

Mona Chitnis1, Dimitris Damigos2

1University of Surrey, 2National Technical University of Athens (NTUA)

AbstractPresentation

Exploring the Direct Rebound Effects for Residential Electricity Demand in Urban Environments: Evidence from Nice

Marco Baudino1, Jackie Krafft1, Francesco Quatraro2,1

1Université Cote d’Azur, 2University of Turin

AbstractPresentation

Do Auctions Promote Innovation in Renewable Technologies? An Econometric Study of Solar PV

Pablo del Río1, Leticia García-Martínez2

1Spanish National Research Council, 2Universidad Carlos III

AbstractPresentation

Complementarity of Energy Sources in the Colombian Electricity Market: A System Dynamics Approach

Sofía Aristizábal, Camila Ochoa

Universidad EIA

Abstract

Policies Promoting Decarbonization of Energy Supply Under Uncertainty: Looking for Efficient Allocation of Carbon Neutral “Scarce” Renewable Energies

Francesco Gullì1, Maurizio Repetto2

1Bocconi University, 2Politecnico di Torino

Abstract

Challenges of Inserting the Distributed Generation in the Context of Energy Transition

Olivia Del-Puppo, Edlayan Passos, Virginia Parente

University of São Paulo

Abstract

The Impact of Local Content Requirements on Domestic Innovation in the Solar Auctions: The Case of India

Fabian Scheifele, Florian Münch

Technical University of Berlin

Abstract

Assessing Spatiotemporal Co2 Emission Dynamics in China’s Road Transport Sector during the Pandemic

Runsen Zhang

Hiroshima University

Abstract

Riding Together: Eliciting Travelers' Preferences for Long-Distance Carpooling

Xavier Lambin1, Nicolas Astier2, Pierre-Francois Bouquet3

1Essec Business School, 2Paris School of Economics, 3BlaBlaCar

Abstract

The Economics of Slow Public Charging for Electric Vehicles

Marie-Louise Arlt1, Nicolas Astier2

1Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, 2Paris School of Economics

Abstract

Minimum-Cost Fast-Charging Infrastructure Planning for Electricvehicles Along the Austrian High-Level Road Network

Antonia Golab, Sebastian Zwickl-Bernhard, Hans Auer

Technische Universität Wien

Abstract

A Nine-Step Framework to Assess the Impacts of Energy Community Roll-out on a Large Scale

Bernadette Fina

AIT Austrian Institute of Technology

AbstractPresentation

The Socioeconomic Footprint of the Energy Transition in Japan

Ulrike Lehr, Carlos Guadarrama, Bishal Parajuli

IRENA

AbstractPresentation

Energy Expenditure and Electrification Progress by Household Heterogeneity in Japan

Yuko Hoshino1, Junko Ogawa2

1ENEOS Corporation, 2Institute of Energy Economics Japan

AbstractPaper

Choice to Make-An Analysis of City Development on Residential Cooking Fuel Transition in China

Han Yan

Rice University

Abstract

Prospects for Hydrogen in APEC

Manuel Heredia

Asia Pacific Energy Research Centre

AbstractPaperPresentation

The Role of Fossil Energy during the Energy Transition in APEC

Christopher Doleman, Quoc Huy Phung

Asia Pacific Energy Research Centre

AbstractPaperPresentation

The Role of Renewables in Electric Power Systems in Achieving Carbon Neutrality in APEC

Alexander Izhbuldin

Asia Pacific Energy Research Centre

AbstractPaperPresentation

Carbon Neutrality Scenario in the 8th APEC Energy Demand and Supply Outlook

David Wogan

APERC

AbstractPaperPresentation

Electricity Pricing and the Propensity to Purchase Dirty Fuels: Empirical Evidence from a Tariff Shift in Russia.

Salim Turdaliev, Karel Janda

Charles University

Abstract

Environmental Quality Competition: The Case of the French Retail Electricity Market

Sandra Moreno, Marion Podesta

ART-Dev, University of Perpignan Via Domitia

AbstractPresentation

Incentivizing Electricity Consumers to Match Their Consumption with Local Solar Production

Rudolf Kapeller1, Jed J. Cohen2, Andrea Kollmann1, Johannes Reichl1

1Energieinstitut an der Johannes Kepler Universität Linz, 2Salt River Project

AbstractPresentation

Price Volatility Information and Consumer Choice in Electricity Markets

Anastasia V. Shcherbakova1, Rodolfo M. Nayga1, Marco A. Palma1, Wei Yang2

1Texas A&M University, 2University of Arkansas

Abstract


10:45-12:15

Dual Plenary 5 & 6

Dual Plenary 5: Future Role of Fossil Fuels toward Decarbonized World Soukairou Hall

Background

Decarbonizing fossil fuels is getting more urgent as pressures from investors and the public rise with highlighted climate concerns. NOCs/IOCs are trying to diversify their business portfolios faced with the global trend of energy transition.
According to the IEEJ’s Energy Outlook, however, even with strong decarbonization measures, the global use of fossil fuels in 2050 may not change so much - just 5% decline from 2017. Power generation and transport sector will see robust demand. For some sectors such as iron, aviation and maritime, getting away from fossil fuels is relatively challenging. ‘Blue hydrogen’ and its derivatives are drawing attentions as the alternatives.

Pillars of discussion

  • Are there still favorable opportunities to make money from oil, gas and coal even as climate concerns increase?
  • How does the financial sector support future demand for fossil fuels and its decarbonization?
  • To what extent are thermal power plants needed for grid stabilization? How can these plants be decarbonized?
  • How do fossil-fuel-dependent sectors cope with the trend of decarbonization? Do Hydrogen, Ammonia, Synthetic Methane, and other transformative fuels play an important role?
  • What is the strategy for fossil-fuel-dependent countries in the decarbonization trends?

Chair

  • Nobuo Tanaka, Chair, the Steering Committee of Innovation for Cool Earth Forum (ICEF)/ Former Executive Director, the International Energy Agency (IEA) 2007-2011

Speakers

  • Takeshi Matsui, Chairman, Planning Committee, The Japan Gas Association / Executive Vice President, Osaka Gas Co., Ltd.
  • Hamid M. Al Sadoon, Research Fellow, Oil and Gas, King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC), KSA
  • Lucian Pugliaresi, President, Energy Policy Research Foundation, Inc. (EPRINC)
  • John Kuehn, President of Supply & Trading, Chevron

Dual Plenary 6: Global Energy Transition: What’s the Role of Market in the Transition toward Decarbonization? Lecture Room L

Background

The global race toward carbon neutrality is accelerating. However, this trend may lead to unintended consequences if we do not have the right mix of policies during the energy transition, as we wait for current pilot decarbonization technologies to be commercialized.
The global community is currently challenged with the harsh reality that an abrupt shift toward low-carbon energy sources affects the supply and demand balance, and hence its price levels, as we have recently witnessed in Japan. In addition to electrification, innovative approaches, including the decarbonization of sectors other than the electric power sector and integrating energy consuming sectors with the electric power sectors, will become increasingly important. This session will discuss the role of the market in driving the energy transition.

Pillars of discussion

  • What changes are expected in the energy sector in the global energy transition? What is the role of “sector coupling”?
  • What will the “best decarbonized energy mix” look like and how can we achieve it?
    Have domestic market reforms been successful in advancing decarbonization? What are the challenges and future prospects?
  • What is the role of market and government in the energy transition? What market-oriented instruments effectively encourage efforts (subsidies, carbon pricing) to achieve a decarbonized society?

Chair

  • Peter Hartley, George A. Peterkin Professor, Economics, Rice University

Speakers

  • Ryohei Masumoto, Senior Researcher, INPEX Solutions
  • Robert Feldman, Senior Advisor, Research Department, Morgan Stanley MUFG Securities Co. Ltd. / Senior Specially Appointed Professor, Tokyo University of Science
  • Sumie Nakayama, Executive Officer, J-Power
  • Thomas-Olivier Léautier, Associate Research Director, Toulouse School of Economics / Chief Economist, TotalEnergies

12:15-13:30

Poster Session
Group 1

Identifying Community Inclusions of Rural Solar PV Projects in Co-Ownership Model

Deanty Mulia Ramadhani, Masachika Suzuki

Sophia University

AbstractPresentation

Consistency between Carbon Neutrality and Spatial Issue of Renewable Energy: A Case in Japan

Hideaki Obane1, Takashi Otsuki2, Matsuo Yuji3

1The Institute of Energy Economics, Japan, 2Yokohama National University, 3Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University

AbstractPresentation

Petroleum Resource and Balancing Energy Trilemma: Empirical Evidence from Oil Producers in Africa

Aminu Osman, Omowumi Iledare, Isaac Bentum-Ennin

University of Cape Coast

Abstract


13:30-15:00

Round Table 3
Concurrent sessions: C1-C13

Round Table 3: ADBI-T20 Roundtable on Financing Energy Transition in Asia and the Pacific Soukairou Hall

Background

Developing Asia’s economic, population, and consumption growth will continue to drive global energy demand, making the realization of net zero carbon emissions targets in the region imperative to fight climate change. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has constrained public funds and opened the need to pursue new and innovative energy transition financing. This ADBI-Think20 (T20) roundtable will explore financing challenges and opportunities for advancing renewable energy in developing countries in Asia and the Pacific. The focus will be on identifying policy recommendations to help the Group of 20 (G20) and Asian Development Bank (ADB) member economies promote financing breakthroughs within the sector. More information is available here https://www.adb.org/news/events/think20-associated-roundtable-on-financing-energy-transition-in-asia-and-the-pacific-43rd-iaee-international-conference

Pillars of discussion

  • Policy priorities for financing the transition to renewable energy in developing Asia and the Pacific
  • The region’s energy transition financing bottlenecks
  • Policy recommendations for mobilizing sustainable financing to achieve carbon net zero targets

Moderator

Yixin Yao, Senior Research Fellow, Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI)

Speakers

  • Seungju Baek, Deputy Dean, Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI)
  • Bambang P. S. Brodjonegoro, Professor of Economics, Universitas Indonesia; Lead Co-Chair, Think20 (T20) Indonesia 2022
  • Yukari Yamashita, Managing Director, Institute of Energy Economics (IEEJ)
  • Dina Azhgaliyeva, Research Fellow, Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI)
  • Alin Halimatussadiah, Institute for Economic and Social Research - Universitas Indonesia; Co-Chair and Task Force 3 Co-Chair T20 Indonesia
  • David C. Elzinga, Senior Energy Specialist (Climate Change), Southeast Asia Department, Asian Development Bank (ADB)
  • Nuki Agya Utama, ASEAN Centre for Energy
  • Dil Rahut, Vice-Chair of Research and Senior Research Fellow, Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI)
  • Moekti Handajani Soejachmoen, Co-Founder and Executive Director, Indonesia Research Institute for Decarbonization (IRID); T20 Indonesia Task Force 3 Lead Co-Chair

Concurrent sessions: C1-C13

On an Optimal Hydrogen Development Strategy for ASEAN

Alloysius Joko Purwanto1, Ridwan D. Rusli2

1Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia, 2Cologne University of Applied Sciences and University of Luxembourg

Abstract

Hydrogen Fuel-Cell Vehicles Adoption: A Choice Experiment

Olivier Damette1,2, Ankinée Kirakozian1

1University of Lorraine, 2Climate Economic Chair Paris Dauphine

Abstract

The Role of Hydrogen in Achieving Carbon Neutrality

Seyed Mohsen Razavi

Gas Exporting Countries Forum

Abstract

The Role of Hydrogen for Zero Carbon Emissions

Joni Jupesta1, Keigo Akimoto1, Tsutomu Soejima1, Sangwon Suh2

1Research Institute of Innovative Technology for the Earth (RITE), 2University California Santa Barbara (UCSB)

Abstract

Valuation of Large Scale Energy Storage: Optimisation vs Simulation Methods

Antoine Debille, Rodica Loisel

Université de Nantes

AbstractPaper

Decarbonisation Pathways for District Heating Sector: A Policy and Private Business Perspective.

Muhammad Bilal Siddique, Per Sieverts Nielsen, Dogan Keles

Technical University of Denmark (DTU)

Abstract

Optimal Hybrid Renewable Combination for Cost and Emission Minimization of Mini-Grids

Mohammed M. Mishref, Makoto Tanaka

Graduate School of Policy Studies, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS)

Abstract

On the Role of Storage and Demand Response in Shaping Electricity Prices and Social Welfare Under Different Market Settings.

Liliana Nowakowska

Imperial College London

AbstractPresentation

Determinants of Liquefied Natural Gas Prices

Yuri Hupka1, Thomas Lee2, Ivilina Popova3, Betty Simkins1

1Oklahoma State University, 2EIA, 3Texas State University

AbstractPaper

Evolving Relationship between Parties in the LNG Market

Hiroshi Hashimoto, Yusuke Hidaka, Seiya Matsukura

Institute of Energy Economics, Japan

AbstractPresentation

Future of LNG Market: Shortage or Oversupply?

Galia Fazeliyanova

Gas Exporting Countries Forum

Abstract

Emergence of Small-Scale LNG Reloading Markets in Europe: Market Failures, Regulation, Perspectives

Emmanuel Grand, Mehdi Aid

FTI Consulting

Abstract

The Law of Physics Versus the Law of Economics: Nuclear-Powered Oceangoing Ships

Haiying Jia, Roar Adland

Norwegian School of Economics

Abstract

Estimating Production Costs of Future Nuclear Fission Reactors – The Effect of Parameter Choice and an Application to SMR Concepts under Development (“Small Modular Reactors”)

Björn Steigerwald1, Christian von Hirschhausen2,1, Martin Slowik3, Ben Wealer1, Jens Weibezahn1

1TU Berlin, 2DIW Berlin, 3University of Mannheim

Abstract

Electricity Trade in a Regional Electricity Market: Economic Efficiency and Welfare Implications

Youngho Chang1, Han Phoumin2

1Singapore University of Social Sciences, 2Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA)

AbstractPaper

Zonal Market Coupling in Europe – Flow-Based Capacity Allocation with Integrated Redispatch

Michael Bucksteeg, Simon Voswinkel, Gerald Blumberg

House of Energy Markets and Finance

Abstract

Estimation of Load Shifting Impact on Energy Expenses and Self-Consumption in the Residential Sector

Pietro Lubello1, Ilian Bensana Tournier2, Carlo Carcasci1, Sylvain Quoilin3

1Università degli Studi di Firenze, 2Ecole normale supérieure Paris-Saclay, 3Université de Liège

AbstractPaper

Downscaling IAMS Results to the Country Level – A New Algorithm

Fabio Sferra, Bas van Ruijven, Keywan Riahi, Hackstock Philip, Maczek Florian

IIASA

Abstract

Politics or Policy?: A Network Approach to the Allocation of Development Finance for Energy Projects

Cristina Peñasco

University of Cambridge

Abstract

The Power of Information Nudges for Individual Sustainable Investment: Empirical Evidence from a Framed Field Experiment

Gunnar Gutsche, Daniel Engler, Sophia Möller, Andreas Ziegler

University of Kassel

Abstract

Risk Aversion in an Agent-Based Model for the Transition to a Low-Carbon Electricity System

Jinxi Yang1, Sabine Fuss2, Daniel Johansson1, Christian Azar1

1Chalmers University of Technology, 2Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change

Abstract

Comparison Analysis of the Main Organizational Sustainability Management Models from the Perspective of Value Generation for Energy Companies

Rodrigo Brandão Fontoura, Virginia Parente

IEE/USP

AbstractPaper

The Necessity of an Intelligent Recharge System in the Massive Development of Electric Vehicles

Suarez-Forero Maria-Juliana1,2,3, Geoffron Patrice3, Lantz Frédéric2, Nicolas Pierre1

1Renault Group, 2IFP Energies Nouvelles, 3Université Paris Dauphine

Abstract

Electricity Outages and Anthropometric Outcomes of Children

Yermone Sargsyan

Charles University

Abstract

A Reliability-Resiliency-Adaptability Framework for Power Systems in the Light of the 2020 Texas Blackout

Frank A. Felder, Marie Petitet

KAPSARC

Abstract

After the COVID Crisis, Is the European Electricity Market Design Ready for the Energy Transition?

Jean-Michel Glachant, Nicolò Rossetto, Sofia Nicolai

Florence School of Regulation

Abstract

Evaluating Efficient Use of Waste Heat Energy and Decarbonisation Potentials Using the EMB3RS Platform: UK Energy-Intensive Industries

K.Maggie, Felix Martin

WMG, University of Warwick

Abstract

Estimating the Potential for PV Installation in Non-Residential Buildings in Japan

Rino Hirose, Koji Tokimatsu

Tokyo Institute of Technology

AbstractPresentation

Cities Dilemma: Cutting Carbon Emissions or Alleviating Poverty ?

Nicolas Hatem

Paris School of Economics

AbstractPaper

Social Acceptance of Wind Turbines: An Empirical Study Using Choice Experiments

Kengo Iwata1, Shinsuke Kyoi1, Cao Yue2, Yoshiaki Ushifusa2

1Kyoto University, 2The University of Kitakyushu

AbstractPaperPresentation

A Comparative Analysis of Public Preferences Towards Renewables Across Southeast Asian Countries

Daniel del Barrio Alvarez1, Nan Wang2, Masahiro Sugiyama1, Masako Numata1, Truong Dang Thuy3, Aung Ze Ya4, Arief Anshory Yusuf5 Awang Noor Abd. Ghani, Azlina Abd. Aziz, Gem Castillo6, Kensuke Yamaguchi1, Martin Daniel Siyaranamual6, Rosalina P. Tan7, Sengprasong Phrakonkham8, Vilas Nitivattananon9, Wunna Swe10

1The University of Tokyo, 2MUFG Bank Ltd., 3University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City, 4University of Technology (Yatanarpon Cyber City), 5Padjadjaran University, 6Resources, Economics and Environment Center for Studies, 7Ateneo de Manila University, 8National University of Laos, 9Asian Institute of Technology, 10Mandalay Technological University

Abstract

Citizen Science Program Introducing the Emergency Power System after the Japan Earthquake of 2011

Hiroshi Nawata, Fumiaki Inagaki

Akita University

Abstract

Impact of Electrification and Biofuel Use on Carbon Emission Reduction Potential

Venkatachalam Anbumozhi1, Makota Toba2

1Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia, 2National Institute for Advanced Inustrial Scient and Technology

Abstract

Exploration of the Nexus between Solar Potential and Electric Vehicle Uptake: Evidence from New Zealand

Le Wen, Selena Mingyue Sheng, Basil Sharp

University of Auckland

Abstract

A Sustainable Market Niche for Hydrogen in the Transport Sector ?

Albin Kasser1,2, Elodie Le Cadre Loret2, Guy Meunier1,3, Jean-Pierre Ponssard3,4, Murès Zarea2

1PSAE – INRAE - Paris-Saclay University, 2ENGIE Research, 3CREST - Ecole Polytechnique, 4CNRS

AbstractPresentation

The Potential Effect of Hydrogen Production: Case Study of Saudi Arabia

Muhammad Akimaya

King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals

Abstract

Modeling Energy Price Reform Outcomes and Their Determinants Using a Newly Constructed Dataset

Anwar A. Gasim1, Lama Yaseen1, Paolo Agnolucci2, Paul Ekins2

1KAPSARC, 2University College London (UCL)

AbstractPresentation

Gasoline and Ethanol Prices in Brazil: Competition, Product Quality and Gas Station Characteristics

Francisco Teixeira Raeder, Mônica Maria Apolinário Teixeira, Niágara Rodrigues da Silva, Luciano Dias Losekann

Universidade Federal Fluminense

Abstract

Fuel Pricing in Brazil: International Lessons

Mônica Mª A. Teixeira1, Luciano Dias Losekann1, Niágara Rodrigues1, Edmar Almeida2, Francisco Raeder1

1Federal Fluminense University, 2Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro

AbstractPaperPresentation

The Equity of Residential Energy Pricing with Heat Pumps and Electric Vehicles

Claire-Marie Bergaentzlé1, Philipp Andreas Gunkel1, Mohammad Ansarin2, Yashar Ghiassi-Farrokhfal2, Henrik Klinge Jacobsen1

1Technical University of Denmark, 2Erasmus University

Abstract

Modelling Price Dynamics in Electricity System Models

Carla Mendes, Iain Staffell, Richard Green

Imperial College London

Abstract

What Machine Learning Can Tell Us about the Drivers of Electricity Prices: The Case of Germany

Shiva Madadkhani, Svetlana Ikonnikova

TUM School of Management, Technical University of Munich

Abstract

On the Design of Cost-Reflective and Inclusive Volumetric Electricity Grid Tariffs

Philipp Andreas Gunkel, Claire Bergaentzlé, Henrik Klinge Jacobsen, Fabian Scheller, Dogan Keles

Energy Economics and System Analysis, Technical University of Denmark

Abstract

Will the “Big Stick” Impact Wholesale Price Pass-Through in Australia’s Retail Electricity Markets?

Kelly Burns

Victoria University

Abstract

PolyGrid 2050: Integrating Hydrogen into the Energy Transfer Infrastructure Landscape

Martin Palovic1,2, Rahmat Poudineh2

1Jacobs University Bremen, 2Oxford Institute for Energy Studies

AbstractPresentation

The Impacts of Economic Growth, Renewable Energy Consumption, Trade Openness and Capital Investment on Environmental Degradation: Verification of the EKC and the RKC in 16 Latin American Countries during 1990-2015

Young Kyu Hwang

Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM)

AbstractPaper

Renewable Energies and Climate Change: How to Ease the Energy Transition?

Giovanni Maccarrone1, Giacomo Morelli1, Sara Spadaccini1,2

1La Sapienza University of Rome, 2Enel Global Services S.r.l.

AbstractPresentation

The Causal Effect of Private and Organizational Climate-Related Identity on Climate Protection Activities: Evidence from a Framed Field Experiment in Japan

Toshi H. Arimura1, Elke D. Groh2, Miwa Nakai3, Andreas Ziegler2

1Waseda University, 2University of Kassel, 3Fukui Prefectural University

Abstract


15:15-16:45

Dual Plenary 7 & 8

Dual Plenary 7: Nuclear Energy in the New Decades: Could it be Possible to Decarbonize All the Sectors? Lecture Room L

Background

Nuclear energy, reliable baseload electricity with no CO2 emissions, could play important roles in achieving climate change targets. However, currently nuclear energy industry faces challenges especially in the U.S., Europe and Japan. The increasing number of countries have set ambitious low-carbon target in the context of climate change and the Paris Agreement. At the same time, many countries are pursuing nuclear technology innovation including its multi-purpose utilization, which has a great potential to decarbonize the electricity sector as well as the other sectors.

Pillars of discussion

  • How will nuclear energy contribute to decarbonize the world other than conventional power generation? (Co-generation, district heating, hydrogen production, desalination, energy access for remote areas, etc.)
  • What is the potential for nuclear energy industry to find new investors?
  • What are the expectations from emerging countries? Why they chose nuclear energy?
  • R&D for “advanced reactors” has been conducted for more than 30 years. Why does it take so long? What kind of change is needed to move the next phase and to deploy more advanced commercial reactors?

Chair

  • Yasumasa Fujii, Professor, Department of Nuclear Engineering and Management, Graduate School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo

Speakers

  • Warren McKenzie, Managing Director, HB11 Energy Pty Ltd / Adjunct Lecturer, School of Materials Science and Engineering, University of New South Wales
  • Robert F. Ichord, Nonresident Senior Fellow, Global Energy Center, Atlantic Council
  • Eunjung Lim, Associate Professor, Kongju National University
  • Sama Bilbao y León, Director General, World Nuclear Association

Dual Plenary 8: Future of Mobility and Energy Industries Soukairou Hall

Background

With the declining cost of lithium-ion batteries and governmental support for Zero Emission Vehicles (ZEV), the global sales of ZEV have increased sharply in recent years. According to the IEEJ’s Energy Outlook, ZEV is projected to account for 30% in sales in 2030 (ZEV case), and this will have a great implication for the global balance of oil demand and supply. Emergence of mobility service company facilitates sharing business, which challenge the established business model of automobile companies. NOCs/IOCs are trying to diversify their business portfolio faced with the global trend of energy transition driven by the use of ZEV and mobility service company.

Pillars of discussion

  • Do ZEVs genuinely change the level playing field?
  • What will be the future share of mobility sharing services?
  • How do established automobile companies respond to the rise of new mobility business model?
  • How do IOCs/NOCs cope with the “energy transition”?

Chair

  • Yoshitsugu Hayashi, Distinguished Professor, Center for Sustainable Development and Global Smart City, Chubu University / Executive Committee Member, The Club of Rome & President, The Japanese Association

Speakers

  • Ali Izadi-Najafabadi, APAC Research Head, BloombergNEF, Bloomberg NEF
  • Ashok Sarkar, Program Leader-Infrastructure & Senior Energy Specialist, World Bank
  • Andianto Hidayat, Vice President, Downstream R&T Innovation, Research & Technology Innovation, Pertamina
  • Kengo Nishimura, Director of Public Policy and Government Relations, Japan, Uber Japan

Wednesday, 3 August

9:00-10:30

Round Table 4
Concurrent sessions: D1-D13

Round Table 4: New Energy Solutions for a Smart and Resilient Society Soukairou Hall

Background

In their efforts to address the recent challenges of unprecendented events, including climate change, the COVID-19 pandemic and cyber risk, people around the world have begun to pursue smarter lifestyles and to seek the realization of a new resilient society. Given the accelerated drive toward carbon neutrality, more companies and individuals, as well as countries and regions care more about their choice of energy and using diverse energy sources. New energy solutions will shape the foundations of a new society. Yet, there are many challenges to overcome in order to use sustainably and stably such new solutions in harmony with conventional sources of energy.

Pillars of Discussion

  • How can new distributed energy resources and services contribute to realizing a smart and resilient society?
  • What are the opportunities and risks associated with the emergence of a smart and resilient society?
  • How can we harmonize distributed energy resources such as EV and storage technologies with the existing electricity system?
  • What kind of regulatory or institutional reform will be needed to utilize such resources?
  • What type of business models would help develop and deploy distributed energy resources?
  • What are the challenges and risk in disseminating distributed energy resources? How can we overcome them?

Moderator

Speakers

  • Goro Umeyama, Senior Group Leader BCM Consulting, Sompo Risk Management, Inc.
  • Yusuke Kojima, Director, Looop Inc.
  • Jack Baker, Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering, and Director of the Stanford Urban Resilience Initiative
  • Mitsuhiro Ogata, Executive Officer, Environment-Planning, Weathernews Inc.
  • Miki Haruyama, Regional Vice President, Business Partnership Development Division, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
  • Kazuko Ishigaki, Auditor (Audit and Supervisory Board Member), Japan Expressway Holding and Debt Repayment Agency

Concurrent sessions: D1-D13

‘Bad’ Oil, ‘Worse’ Oil and Carbon Misallocation

Renaud Coulomb1, Fanny Henriet2,3, Léo Reitzmann2

1University of Melbourne, 2Paris School of Economics, 3CNRS

Abstract

Outlining an International Methane Emissions Credit Mechanism for the Oil & Gas Sector

Kristina Mohlin, Huong Nguyen, Mina Berkow

Environmental Defense Fund

Abstract

Italian Coal Phase-Out: Strategic Co-Optimization on the Day-Ahead and Ancillary Services Markets

Edoardo Somenzi1, Ilaria Livi1, Federico Pontoni1,2, Filippo Del Grosso1

1Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei, 2Bocconi University

Abstract

The Impact of the Coal-Gas Relative Price on the Co2 Marginal Abatement Effect of Renewable Electricity in the US.

Félix Michelet

Mines ParisTech - PSL

Abstract

Effects of Carbon Mitigation on Co-Pollutants at Industrial Facilities in Europe

Klara Zwickl1, Simon Sturn1, James K. Boyce2

1Vienna University of Economics and Business, 2Department of Economics and Political Economy Research Institute

AbstractPresentation

From Hotelling to DCDP Model: A New Approach for Microeconomic Empirical Work in Oil and Gas Extraction

Jinmahn Jo, Mark Agerton

University of California – Davis

Abstract

In-Sample Analysis of Bayesian Symbolic Regression Applied to Crude Oil Price

Krzysztof Drachal

University of Warsaw

Abstract

Optimization Model for Crude Oil Allocation in Nigeria under Global Energy Transition Dynamics

Kaase Gbakon1, Joseph Ajienka1, Joshua Gogo1, Omowumi Iledare2

1University of Port Harcourt, 2UCC Institute for Oil and Gas Studies

AbstractPaperPresentation

The Impact of Decarbonising Offshore Fields on Investment Planning of the North Sea Energy System

Hongyu Zhang1, Asgeir Tomasgard1, Brage Rugstad Knudsen2, Ignacio E. Grossmann3

1Norwegian University of Science and Technology, 2SINTEF Energy Research, 3Carnegie Mellon University

Abstract

Sustainable and Efficient Resource Utilization of Waste and Water in Energy Transition

Matthias Maldet, Georg Lettner, Daniel Schwabeneder

Technical University Vienna Energy Economics Group

AbstractPresentation

Procurement Auction Design for Photovoltaic Energy under the Uncertainty of Generation Efficiency

Jihyeok Jung1, Chan- oi Song2, Deok-Joo Lee1, Kiho Yoon2

1Seoul National University, 2Korea University

Abstract

Measuring Energy Poverty: Focusing on Access and Affordability

Yuxiang Ye, Steven F. Koch

University of Pretoria

Abstract

Analyzing COVID-19 Lockdown Impacts on Vulnerable Households – Case of College Students in Japan

Amin Nazarahari, Koji Tokimatsu

Tokyo Institute of Technology

Abstract

Japanese Oil Companies’ Long-Term Strategies for the Paris Agreement: Comparison with Oil Majors

Hiroyuki Okamoto1, Reiji Takeishi2

1Nagoya City University, 2Tokyo International University

AbstractPaperPresentation

“We Don’t Want to Be the Bad Guys”: Making Sense of the Oil Industry’s Energy Transition Paradox

Krista Halttunen, Iain Staffell, Raphael Slade

Imperial College London

Abstract

Oil & Gas Investment Challenges Affecting the Industry

Julio Arboleda, Hamid AlSadoon

KAPSARC

AbstractPresentation

Oil Market Stabilization: The Performance of OPEC+

Hossa Almutairi1, Axel Pierru1, James L. Smith2

1KAPSARC, 2Edwin L. Cox School of Business

Abstract

Equitable Decarbonization of Heat Supply in Residential Multi-Apartment Rental Buildings: Optimal Subsidy Allocation between the Property Owner and Tenants

Sebastian Zwickl-Bernhard, Hans Auer, Antonia Golab

Energy Economics Group (EEG)

AbstractPresentation

A Whole System Approach for Comparative Assessment of Electrification and Low Carbon Gases for Decarbonising Heating

Pooya Hoseinpoori, Richard Hanna, Nilay Shah, Jeremy Woods, Christos N. Markides

Imperial College London

Abstract

A Whole System Approach for Quantifying the Value of Smart Electrification for Decarbonising Heating

Pooya Hoseinpoori, Andreas V. Olympios, Christos N. Markides, Jeremy Woods, Nilay Shah

Imperial College London

Abstract

Role of Synthetic Methane for the Carbon Neutrality and the Transition in Gaseous Fuels

Keigo Akimoto, Fuminori Sano

Research Institute of Innovative Technology for the Earth (RITE)

AbstractPresentation

Dealing with Uncertainty While Developing Bid Strategy for CFD Auctions.

Nicholas P. Kell1,2, Thomas Morstyn1, Iraklis Lazakis3, Ernesto Santibanez-Borda2, Ajit C. Pillai4

1The University of Edinburgh, 2EDF Energy R&D UK Centre, 3University of Strathclyde, 4University of Exeter

AbstractPaper

Analysis of Crowdfunding as a Community-Based Financing Source for Renewable Energy in Indonesia

Massita Ayu Cindy Putriastuti, Vivi Fitriyanti, Vivid Amalia Khusna, Inka B. Yusgiantoro

Purnomo Yusgiantoro Center

Abstract

The Impact of Merchant Risk on the Capital Structure of Offshore Wind Farms

Mak Đukan1, Dogan Keles1, Lena Kitzing2

1DTU Management, 2DTU Wind

Abstract

Firm Transition Strategies: The Effect of Emission Restrictions and Uncertainty on Asset Mix Choices

Sofia A. Berdysheva, Svetlana A. Ikonnikova

TUM School of Management

Abstract

What Duality Theory Says about Giving Market Operators the Authority to Dispatch Energy Storage

Yuzhou Jiang, Ramteen Sioshansi

The Ohio State University

Abstract

The Social and Environmental Values of Energy Storage in the Presence of Renewables

Clarisse Dupont1, Olga Kuryatnikova2, Yashar Ghiassi-Farrokhfal1, Derek Bunn3

1Rotterdam School of Management, 2Erasmus School of Economics, 3London Business School

Abstract

A Market Simulation Model for Implementation of Market Based Economic Dispatch (MBED) in India

Anoop Singh, Himanshu Anand

Energy Analytics Lab (EAL)

Abstract

Regional Attitude-Driven Just Energy Transition

Judy Jingwei Xie, Iain Staffell, Joeri Rogelj

Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College London

Abstract

Dynamic Participation in Local Energy Communities over the Horizon of Several Years

Theresia Perger

TU Wien

Abstract

Prosumers with PV-Battery Systems in the Electricity Markets – A Mixed Complementarity Approach

Felix Meurer, Marco Breder, Christoph Weber

University Duisburg-Essen

Abstract

Design Evolution of Feed-in Tariffs for Low-Carbon Electricity: Towards a Global Picture

Magdalena M. Klemun

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Abstract

Global Renewable LCOE – Including Socio-Economic Factors in Assessments of Resource Potential

Xiaoming Kan, Lin Reichenberg, Fredrik Hedenus, David Daniels

Chalmers University of Technology

Abstract

When the Chips Are Down: An Incentivized Analysis of Preferences for Green Electricity in Switzerland

Betz, Regina1, Grieder, Manuel1,2, Nicklisch, Andreas3

1Zurich University of Applied Sciences, 2University of Zurich, 3Zentrum für wirtschaftspolitische Forschung (ZWF), Fachhochschule Graubünden

Abstract

Prosumers' Investment Decisions and Social Welfare under Different Pricing Schemes

Kazuya Ito1, Makoto Tanaka1, Yihsu Chen2, Ryuta Takashima3

1National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS), 2University of California Santa Cruz, 3Tokyo University of Science

Abstract

Evaluating the Impact of Road Freight Uberization on the Trucking Sector

Xun Xu1, Tianduo Peng2, Zhandong Xu3, Mi Gan3

1King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center, 2Institute of Climate Change and Sustainable Development, Tsinghua University, 3Southwest Jiaotong University

Abstract

Another Source of Inequality? How Grid Reinforcement Costs Differ by Socio-Economic EV User Groups

Sarah A. Steinbach, Maximilian J. Blaschke

Technical University of Munich

AbstractPresentation

Empirical Analysis of the Depreciation of Electric Vehicles Compared to Gasoline Vehicles

Lukas Schloter

Technical University Munich

Abstract

Carbon Border Adjustment to Avoid Carbon Leakage for Europe's Chemical Industry? A Life-Cycle Based Assessment

Hannah Minten1, Julian Hausweiler1, Benedict Probst2,3, Christiane Reinert1, Raoul Meys1,4, André Bardow2,5

1RWTH Aachen University, 2ETH Zurich, 3University of Cambridge, 4Carbon Minds GmbH, 5Institute for Energy and Climate Research (IEK-10), Forschungszentrum Jülich

Abstract

Does the Belt and Road Initiative Affect the Energy Intensity of Countries along the Route?

Banban Wang, Yuxuan Liu

Huazhong University of Science and Technology

AbstractPaperPresentation

The Effects of Population, Technology and Affluence on Co2 Emissions in the Global Economy

Daniele Valenti1,2, Veronica Lupi1,2, Marzio Galeotti1,2

1Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM), 2University of Milan

Abstract

VREs and Firm-Level Generation Decisions: Evidence from the Turkish Wholesale Electricity Market

Selahattin Murat Sirin1, Dilek Uz2, Irem Sevindik2

1Western University, 2University of Nevada – Reno

Abstract

Electrification of the Hard-to-Abate Chemical Sector: Implication for Net-Zero Power Systems in Europe

Cabot Clément1, Villavicencio Manuel2

1MINES ParisTech, PSL University, Centre for Industrial Economics (CERNA), 2Chaire European Electricity Markets, PSL Research University, LEDa [CGEMP]

Abstract

Power Sector Regulation and Private Sector Participation in Africa

Alpha Ly1 , Raja Chakir2, Anna Cretì1

1Université Paris Dauphine, 2Université Paris-Saclay

AbstractPaper

Providing Flexibility in European Power Systems by Decarbonising the Iron and Steel Industry

Annika Boldrini1,2, Derck Koolen1, Wina Crijns-Graus2, Machteld van den Broek3

1Joint Research Centre – European Commission, 2Utrecht University, 3University of Groningen

Abstract

An Experiment of Own-Price Elasticity Estimation: Non-Residential Demands for Electricity and Natural Gas in the United States

Kang-Hua Cao1, Steffan Qi2, Raymond Li3, Chi-Keung Woo4, Asher Tishler5, Jay Zarnikau6

1Hong Kong Baptist University, 2Shenzhen University, 3University of Canberra, 4Education University of Hong Kong, 5Tel Aviv University, 6University of Texas at Austin

Abstract

How Do Consumers Respond to Price Complexity? Experimental Evidence from the Power Sector

Grant Jacobsen1, James Stewart2

1University of Oregon, 2The Cadmus Group

Abstract

Impact of Rapid Expansion of Renewable Energy on Electricity Market Prices

Mizue Shimomura1, Alexander Ryota Keeley1, Ken’ichi Matsumoto2, Kenta Tanaka3, Shunsuke Managi1

1Kyushu University, 2Toyo University, 3Musashi University

Abstract

The Impact of the Feed-in-Tariff Exemption on Energy Consumption in Japanese Industrial Plants

Aline Mortha, Naonari Yajima, Toshi H. Arimura

Waseda University

Abstract


10:45-12:15

Concurrent sessions: E1-E13

Concurrent sessions: E1-E13

Context-Dependent Social Comparison Feedback

Shutong He, Julia Blasch, Peter Robinson, Pieter van Beukering

Institute for Environmental Studies, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

AbstractPaper

Social Norms and Individual Climate Protection Activities: A Framed Field Experiment for Germany

Daniel Engler, Gunnar Gutsche, Amantia Simixhiu, Andreas Ziegler

University of Kassel

Abstract

Endogenous Preferences and Climate Policy

Halvor Briseid Storrøsten, Hidemichi Yonezawa

Statistics Norway

Abstract

Analyzing Long-Run Welfare Implications of Green Policy in a R&D Driven Growth Model

Deniz E Boz, Carol Dahl, Jared Carbone

Colorado School of Mines

Abstract

Carbon Targets, Technology and Energy Policy Impacts on H2 Penetration and Infrastructure in the US

Andrew Chapman1, Rhea Bridgeland2

1I2CNER, Kyushu University, 2University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Abstract

Autonomous Liquid Hydrogen Production Plant Model

S. Popov, D. Maksakova, O. Baldynov

MESI SB RAS

AbstractPresentation

On the Social Welfare Implications of Policies Designed to Promote the Adoption of Carbon Capture and Storage Technology

Joseph E. Duggan Jr.1, Jonathan D. Ogland-Hand2

1University of Dayton, 2Carbon Solutions, LLC

Abstract

The Role of Demand, Recycling, Co2 Capture and Hydrogen in the Global Race for Zero-Emissions Steel

Kimon Keramidas, Silvana Mima, Adrien Bidaud

Université Grenoble-Alpes

Abstract

Two Aspects of Energy Transition in Shipping: Carrying and Using Fuels

Koichiro Hayashi

NYK Line

Abstract

Which Framing Effects, and for Whom, to Promote Pro-Environmental Behaviors?

Benoît Cheze1,2, Pascal Gastineau3, Charles Collet4, Pierre-Alexandre Mahieu5, Frédéric Martinez3

1IFPEN, 2EconomiX-CNRS, Univ. Paris Nanterre, 3Univ. Gustave Eiffel, 4CIRED-CNRS, 5Univ. Nantes

Abstract

Economics of Sustainable Hydrogen-Fuels for Trucking, Shipping and Aviation

Jonas Martin1, Anne Neumann1, Anders Ødegård2

1Norwegian University of Science and Technology, 2SINTEF

AbstractPresentation

Global Economic and Environmental Impacts of Deploying Synthetic Jet Fuels in the Aviation Sector

Lucas Desport1, Sergey Paltsev2, Jennifer Morris2, Howard Herzog2, Angelo Gurgel2, Henry Chen2, Sandrine Selosse1

1Mines Paris, 2Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Abstract

The Book Value and Future Perspective of Coal Power Plants in India

Shiro Hori, Yukio Chikusaka

Fukuoka University

AbstractPresentation

Moisture Effect on Co2 Adsorption on Coal

Theodora Noely Tambaria1,2, Yuchi Sugai1, Ferian Anggara2

1Kyushu University, 2Universitas Gadjah Mada

AbstractPresentation

Times-DZA Prospective Modeling in Algeria – Shale Gas Development Strategy as a Way out of Energy Dilemma

Naima Chabouni, Edi Assoumou, Nadia Maizi

MINES ParisTech, CMA - Centre de Mathématiques Appliquées

Abstract

Market Equilibrium Strategies under Learning by Doing Spillovers

Franz Wirl1, Markus Eigruber2

1University of Vienna, 2Vienna University of Technology

Abstract

Analysis of Electricity Market Under Extensive Penetration of Renewable Energy with Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning

Kanta Kagawa, Ryoichi Komiyama, Yasumasa Fujii

The University of Tokyo

Abstract

Optimal Emissions under Exogenous and Endogenous Learning

Coppens Léo1, Dietz Simon2,3,4, Venmans Frank2,3,4

1University of Mons, 2ESRC Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy, 3Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, 4London School of Economics and Political Science

AbstractPaperPresentation

Artificial Intelligence Applications in Hourly Energy Use Intensity Prediction

Kai-Yun Lo, I-Yun Lisa Hsieh

National Taiwan University

AbstractPresentation

Competition and Efficiency in Alberta’s Electricity Futures Market

Adonis Yatchew1, Derek E. H. Olmstead2

1University of Toronto, 2Alberta Market Surveillance Administrator

AbstractPaper

Compounded Real Options for Sequential Decision-Making in the Case of Electricity Distribution Networks

Jean Pierre Dib, Marie-Cécile Alvarez, Oana Ionescu, Bertrand Raison

Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CNRS, Grenoble INP

Abstract

Distributed Generation Investment Strategies for Hybrid Solar Projects in Ontario, Canada

Philip R. Walsh1, Troy Bell1, Alex P.Walsh2

1Ryerson University, 2University of Portsmouth

AbstractPaperPresentation

No Alarms and No Surprises - Dynamics of Renewable Energy Curtailment in California

Javier López Prol1, David Zilberman2

1Yonse University, 2U.C. Berkeley

Abstract

Reaching Drawdown: Exploring Electricity Generation Solutions Potential at European Union

João Pedro Gouveia1,2, Diogo Freitas1, Francisco Vieira1, Luis Zilhão1

1CENSE - Center for Environmental and Sustainability Research, 2NOVA School of Science and Technology, NOVA University Lisbon

Abstract

Regional Variation in Health and Financial Benefits of Energy Storage Deployment in US

Rui Shan, Noah Kittner

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Abstract

Asymmetric Supply Function Equilibrium: Case Studies on Japanese Electricity Markets

Kenjiro Yagi, Ramteen Sioshansi

The Ohio State University

AbstractPresentation

Renewable Energy Production and Environmental Policy Stringency

Shaiara Husain1, Kazi Sohag2, Yanrui Wu1

1Business School, University of Western Australia, 2Graduate School of Economics and Management, Ural Federal University

AbstractPresentation

A Toy Model for Decentralized Energy Systems Evolution

Rémi Delage, Toshihiko Nakata

Tohoku University Graduate School of Engineering

Abstract

Using Retrospective Modeling to Inform Choices in Developing Bottom-Up Electricity System Models

Xin Wen, Marc Jaxa-Rozen, Evelina Trutnevyte

University of Geneva

Abstract

How Flexible Sector Integration Can Mitigate Storage Needs in Renewable Energy Systems

Leonard Göke1,2, Jens Weibezahn3,1

1TU Berlin, 2DIW Berlin, 3Copenhagen School of Energy Infrastructure

Abstract

Optimization of an Energy System Model Coupled with a Numerical Hydrothermal Groundwater Simulation

Smajil Halilovic1, Leonhard Odersky1, Fabian Böttcher1, Kyle Davis2, Miriam Schulte2, Kai Zosseder1, Thomas Hamacher1

1Technical University of Munich, 2University of Stuttgart

Abstract

Technical Change Analysis and Technology Learning Curves: A Nonparametric Frontier Approach

Tooraj Jamasb, Manuel Llorca

Copenhagen School of Energy Infrastructure, Copenhagen Business School

Abstract

Location Planning for Solar Power Generation Using Artificial Intelligence

Yi-Fan Feng, I-Yun Lisa Hsieh

National Taiwan University

AbstractPresentation

An Energy System Perspective on Residential Demand-Side Flexibility: Flavor or Critical Ingredient for the Green Transition?

Kristoffer Steen Andersen1, Ida Damsgaard2, Kasper Beck Kragelund Sørensen1, Jens Weibezahn2,3

1Danish Energy Agency, 2Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen School of Energy Infrastructure, 3TU Berlin

Abstract

A Reinforcement Learning Approach to Home Energy Management for Modulating Heat Pumps and Photovoltaic Systems

Lissy Langer, Thomas Volling

Technische Universität Berlin, Working Group Production and Operations Management

Abstract

Impacts of Demand Response and Surplus Heat Recovery in Data Centres on the Danish Energy System

Juan Jerez Monsalves, Claire Bergaentzlé, Dogan Keles, Juan Gea-Bermúdez

Technical University of Denmark

Abstract

A Hybrid Model Assessing the Macroeconomic Impacts of Energy Transition in the French Power System

Darius Corbier, Frederic Gonand

Paris-Dauphine University PSL

AbstractPresentation

A Comprehensive Analysis of Austria’s Transformation Towards 100% Renewable Electricity by 2030

Claudia Kettner1, Michael Böheim1, Mark Sommer1, Udo Bachhiesl2, Robert Gaugl2, Lia Gruber2, Thomas Florian Klatzer2, Sonja Wogrin2, Kurt Kratena3

1Austrian Institute of Economic Research (WIFO), 2Graz University of Technology, 3Centre of Economic Scenario Analysis and Research (CESAR)

Abstract

Innovation Signals and Priorities: A Case Study from Leading Energy Clusters in Germany

Jiao Jiao, Denilton Darold Luiz, Mahendra Singh, Marian Klobasa

Fraunhofer ISI

Abstract

A Weekly Structural Var Model of the US Crude Oil Market

Daniele Valenti1,2, Andrea Bastianin2, Matteo Manera1,2

1Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei, 2University of Milan

Abstract

Can Flexible Resources Be Adequately Compensated in Low-Marginal Cost Systems?

Conleigh Byers, Gabriela Hug

ETH Zurich

Abstract

A Hybrid System Dynamics Model of Power Adequacy and Decarbonization in an Electricity Market

Yilun Luo, Esmaeil Ahmadi, Benjamin C. McLellan, Tetsuo Tezuka

Kyoto University

AbstractPresentation

On the Valuation of Historical Nuclear Production via Option Pricing: A Stochastic Equilibrium Approach with Risk Aversion

Ibrahim Abada1, Mustapha Belkhouja1, Andreas Ehrenmam2

1Grenoble Ecole de Management, 2ENGIE Impact

Abstract

Carbon Pricing and Alberta’s Energy-Only Electricity Market

Derek E. H. Olmstead1, Adonis Yatchew2

1Alberta Market Surveillance Administrator, 2University of Toronto

Abstract

Internationalizing CCUS Chains for India’s Carbon Neutrality

Yuan Xu1, Tarun Sharma2

1The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee

Abstract

Life Cycle Analysis of a Direct Air Capture and Utilization System – Toward Negative Emissions

Tianhui Fan, Dyah Ika Rinawati, Andrew Chapman

Kyushu University

Abstract

The Role of Policy Instruments on Deployment of Carbon Capture and Storage Technologies in Turkey

Yasar M. Yetiskin1,2, Niall Mac Dowell2, John Mumford2, Fehmi Görkem Üçtuğ3

1ICF International Inc., 2Imperial College London 3Izmir University of Economics

Abstract

LCA Study on the International Cooperation of Carbon Circulation by Cryo-DAC and CN-Methane

Mitsuo Yamada1, Yoshito Umeda2, Yoichi Tanaka3, Keiko Nakayama1, Soichiro Masuda3, Masahisa Koizumi3, Koyo Norinaga2

1Chukyo University Institute of Economics, 2Nagoya University Graduate School of Engineering, 3Toho Gas Co., Ltd. Technical Research Institute

AbstractPresentation

How Can CCUS Play Its Needed Role in Climate Policy

Carol Dahl1, Chuxuan Sun1, Jingzhou Wang2

1Mineral & Energy Economics Program, Colorado School of Mines, 2China University of Petroleum

AbstractPaperPresentation


12:15-13:30

Poster Session
Group 2

The Effects of Energy Retrofit Policies on Fuel Poverty: Evidence from the French White Certificates Scheme

Victor Kahn

Mines-PSL

Abstract

Evaluating Impacts of Carbon Tax on Energy Selection Focusing on Perception of Risk by Consumers

Yuta Nakadegawa, Kengo Suzuki

University of Tsukuba

AbstractPaper

Political Coordination of Multi-Participants in Solar Photovoltaic's Policymaking Process in China

Shasha Li, Hiroaki Nagayama, Shutaro Takeda

Kyoto University

AbstractPresentation


13:30-15:00

Concurrent sessions: F1-F13

Concurrent sessions: F1-F13

Effect of Changing Turkey's Electricity Mix on Adapting the Steel Industry to European Green Deal

Fehmi Görkem Üçtuğ1, Cem Avcı2, Gürkan Kumbaroğlu2

1Izmir University of Economics, 2Boğaziçi University

Abstract

Assessing the Emission Consequences of an Energy Rebound Effect in Private Cars in Israel

Aviv Steren, Stav Rosenzweig, Ofir D. Rubin

Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

Abstract

Cost Benefit Analysis of Hydrogen for Energy Transition in Container Glass Sector: A Case Study

Maryam Sadighi1,2, Elodie Le Cadre Loret1, Maria Eugenia Sanin2, Jean- Pierre Ponssard3, Murès Zarea1

1ENGIE Research, 2University of Paris-Saclay, 3CREST-CNRS

Abstract

The Effects of Economic Crises on Carbon Emission Peaks and Structural Change in OECD and G20 Countries

Germán Bersalli1, Johan Lilliestam1, Tim Troendle2

1IASS Potsdam, 2ETH Zurich

AbstractPaper

Bringing Power to the People of Uganda: Determinants of Solar Photovoltaics Adoption in Uganda

Grace Alinaitwe

Norwegian University of Life Sciences

AbstractPaperPresentation

Realized Capacity Factor Analysis of Offshore Wind Farms in the UK

Li Lu, Sindre Lorentzen, Petter Osmundsen

University of Stavanger

Abstract

Evaluation of Generation Efficiency for Solar Power Plants in China Based on Stochastic Data

Xian-Peng Chen, Bai-Chen Xie

Tianjin University

Abstract

Comparative Analysis of Operational Efficiency of Large-Scale Solar Power Generation Companies

Nan Chen, Mika Goto

Tokyo Institute of Technology

AbstractPaperPresentation

The Role of Natural Gas in Mitigating Greenhouse Gas Emissions: The Environmental Kuznets Curve Hypothesis for the Selected Gas Producing Countries

Hussein Moghaddam1, Robert M. Kunst2

1Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF), 2University of Vienna

AbstractPresentation

Natural Gas in the Transition to Low-Carbon Transport Systems: Focus on Marine Bunkering and NGVs

Alexander Ermakov

Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF)

AbstractPaperPresentation

Energy Network Regulation with Emerging Competition from Hydrogen Grids

Christine Brandstätt

Copenhagen Business School

Abstract

Opportunities and Challenges for the Use of Brazilian Natural Gas in the Context of a Low Carbon Energy Transition

Marcelo Colomer Ferraro, Helder Queiroz Pinto Jr., William Adrian Clavijo Vitto, Aldren Vernersbach

Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

Abstract

The Evolution of the Interfuel Substitution: A Study of the US Electricity Sector

Daniel Gatscher, Svetlana A. Ikonnikova

Technical University of Munich

Abstract

The Role of Subsidies for Carbon-Neutral Energy Systems with Sector Coupling - A Case Study of Japan

Hiroaki Onodera, Rémi Delage, Kazuyoshi Nemoto, Toshihiko Nakata

Tohoku University, Graduate School of Engineering

Abstract

Analysis of Carbon Tax Effect on Long-Term Low Greenhouse Gas Emission Strategies in Korea

Hwarang Lee1, Jeongeun Lee2, Yoonmo Koo2

1Korea Institute of Energy Research, 2Seoul National University

Abstract

Implications of Energy Sufficiency on Electricity Demand and System Costs : A Quantified Assessment

Bianka Shoai-Tehrani, Gersende Chaffardon, Jean-Baptiste Arnoux, Gaelle Lestage, Emeric Benoni, Pascal Gibielle

RTE, Power Systems Economics Division

Abstract

Evaluating Investment Cost for Hydro Power Projects in Uganda

Brendah Akankunda1, Alice Arinaitwe1, Kassim Alinda1, Benard Wafula Wandera2, Muyiwa S Adaramola3

1Makerere University Business School, 2Makerere University, 3Norwegian University of Life Sciences

AbstractPresentation

Incorporating Novel Renewable Energy Cooperatives to Scale-Up Smart Local Energy Systems for UK’s Net Zero Future

Pei-Hao Li, Elsa Brazza, Neil Strachan

UCL Energy Institute

AbstractPresentation

Dirtier or Cleaner? An Empirical Analysis of China’s Overseas Energy Infrastructure Projects

Banban Wang, Ping Lin

Huazhong University of Science and Technology

AbstractPaper

International Climate Finance to Accelerate the Low-Carbon Transition in Emerging Countries? A Global Assessment of Financial De-Risking Potential

Briera Thibault, Lefèvre Julien

CIRED

Abstract

The Road To Renewable: 100% Renewable Electricity in New Zealand with Wind, Solar and Seasonal Energy Storage

Stephen Poletti

University of Auckland

Abstract

The Effect of Emissions Trading on the Relationship between Fossil Fuel Prices and Renewable Energy Stock Prices

Dohyun Chun1, Hoon Cho1, Jihun Kim2

1KAIST College of Business, 2Yonsei University

AbstractPresentation

Are Both Renewable and Carbon Policies Effective on the Solar Photovoltaic Growth in OECD Countries? An Econometric Analysis

Saiful Arefeen, Koji Shimada

Ritsumeikan University

Abstract

Consequential LCA of the Renewable Energy Sector in India: A Circular Economy Approach

Vishnu S. Prabhu1, Kakali Mukhopadhyay1, 2

1Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, 2McGill University

Abstract

Modeling the Economy as a Dissipative Structure

Grégoire Noël1, Gaël Giraud2

1Sorbonne Economics Centre, Paris-1 Sorbonne University, 2Georgetown University

Abstract

Green Hydrogen - A Promise of Success: How Green Does It Really Have to Be to Play a Leading Role in the Energy Transition?

Johannes Brauer1, Villavicencio Manuel2

1MINES ParisTech, PSL University, Centre for industrial economics (CERNA), 2European Electricity Markets, PSL Research University, LEDa [CGEMP]

Abstract

Exploring the Mechanics of Hybrid Markets in a Context of Deep Decarbonization.

Alexis Lebeau1,2, Marcelo Saguan1, Marie Petitet3, Yannick Perez2, Olivier Massol4,2

1EDF R&D, 2CentraleSupélec, 3KAPSARC, 4IFPEN

Abstract

Optimal Investment Strategy in Renewable Power Under Demand Uncertainty

Alicia Bassière1, Peter Tankov1, David Benatia2

1CREST (ENSAE), 2HEC Montréal

Abstract

Strategies of Decarbonation. Applied Industrial Symbiosis to Low Carbon Hydrogen

Raphaël Guionie1, Rodica Loisel1, Lionel Lemial2, Mathias Guerineau2

1Université de Nantes, LEMNA, 2Université de Nantes

AbstractPaper

Economics and Roles of E-GAS towards City Gas Decarbonization

Yoshiaki Shibata

The Institute of Energy Economics, Japan

AbstractPaperPresentation

Relationship between Fuel Economy, Vehicle Electrification, and Rural Welfare in the United States

Jerome Dumortier

O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University and Purdue University

Abstract

Green Hydrogen Based Residential Hydrogen Systems

G. Squadrito1, G. Baiardo2, G. Maggio1, M. Santarelli2, A. Nicita1

1CNR-ITAE, 2Turin Polytechnic

AbstractPaper

Uncovering Blind Spots in the Energy & Transport Sectors: Divergent Thinking on Transport Decarbonisation

Hannah E. Murdock, Iain Staffell

Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College London

Abstract

Global Oil Market in Constrained Energy Transition Scenarios

Abdullah Aljarboua, Fatih Karanfil, Bertrand Rioux, Axel Pierru

KAPSARC

AbstractPresentation

Fiscal Policy in Oil-Exporting Countries, Cost of Adjusting Expenditures, and Financial Constraints

Olivier Durand-Lasserve, Fatih Karanfil

KAPSARC

Abstract

Charging the Macroeconomy with an Energy Sector: An Agent-Based Model

Emanuele Ciola1, Enrico Turco1, Andrea Gurgone1, Davide Bazzana2,1, Sergio Vergalli2,1, Francesco Menoncin2,1

1Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei, 2Università degli Studi di Brescia

Abstract

Opportunity Costs and Discount Rates for Public Assessment of Oil-Related Projects and Policies in Oil-Exporting Countries

Fatih Karanfil, Axel Pierru

KAPSARC

Abstract

A Multivariate STIRPAT and Convergence Approach to the Water-Energy-Food Nexus

Carlo Andrea Bollino1,2, Marzio Galeotti3,2

1Department of Economics, University of Perugia, 2KAPSARC, 3Department of Environmental Science and Policy, University of Milan

Abstract

Preferences for Dynamic Electricity Tariffs: A Comparison between Germany and Japan

Miwa Nakai1, Victor von Loessl2, Heike Wetzel2

1Fukui Prefectural University, 2University of Kassel

Abstract

Perceived Feasibility and Desirability of Japan’s Decarbonization Transition: Expert Perspectives

Yiyi Ju1, Masahiro Sugiyama2, Hiroto Shiraki3

1Waseda University, 2University of Tokyo, 3University of Shiga Prefecture

Abstract

An Evaluation of Food-Energy-Water Nexus Footprint: Case of Pune District in Maharashtra, India

Kakali Mukhopadhyay1,2, Vishnu S. Prabhu1, Shraddha Shrivastava1, Ananya Ajatasatru1

1GIPE, 2McGill University

Abstract

Decarbonisation of Energy in the European Union by 2050: Challenges and Potentials

József Popp1, Judit Oláh2

1John von Neumann University, Hungarian National Bank – Research Center, 2University of Debrecen

AbstractPaper

Effect of Economic Policy Uncertainty on Air Pollution: Evidence from China

Lin Li, Dong Chen, Jiahui Yi, Yu Zhang, Jinhua Cheng

China University of Geosciences (Wuhan)

Abstract

Assessing the Relationship between Kaya Identity and Carbon Emissions: An Econometric and Mediation Analysis Studies in G20 and ASEAN Member States

I Dewa Made Raditya Margenta, Filda Citra Yusgiantoro, Felicia Grace Utomo, Haryanto

Purnomo Yusgiantoro Center

Abstract

Co-Creating Shared Visions for A Neutral Economy in 2050: The Case of Portugal

Rita Lopes1,2, Sandra Martinho3, Julia Seixas1,2, Patricia Fortes1,2, Joao Pedro Gouveia1,2, Luis Dias1,2

1CENSE—Center for Environmental and Sustainability Research, 2NOVA School of Science and Technology, NOVA University Lisbon, 3LastingValues

Abstract


15:15-16:45

Closing Plenary

Closing Plenary Panel Discussion and Final Remarks from GRIPS and KAPSARC Soukairou Hall

Outline

The first part of the closing session will be a general panel discussion touching on the broad themes covered in this Conference. Towards the end of the session, we will invite GRIPS to make final remarks and will hear more from the host of the next (the 44th) IAEE International Conference planned in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia in February 2023 (just 7 months away).

The panel discussion will be held in the style of a conversation and exchange among past, current, and future IAEE presidents and with one representative from KAPSARC. The topics that were pre-selected for the conference include the geopolitics of energy, decarbonization goal, hydrogen and other new technologies, energy access issues, fossil fuels in a decarbonized world, energy transition, nuclear, and mobility.

The panelists were asked to prepare a short introduction or their own summary version of anything and everything covered (or not) in this conference, including how Ukraine influences the energy and the environment, how to secure natural gas supply, how to support energy transition, what we need to achieve the CN target, etc.

Finally, we will hear a few words from GRIPS, one of the organizers for this conference as well as a few words from KAPSARC, the organizer of the next IAEE conference.
We are still Navigating in Unchartered Territory, but we must start Mapping the Energy Future.

Moderator

  • Yukari Niwa Yamashita, IAEE President 2020, IEEJ

Potential Panelists (in alphabetical order)

  • Fahad Alajlan, President, KAPSARC
  • Jean-Michel Glachant, IAEE President-Elect
  • Peter Hartley, IAEE President 2022 & 2015, Professor, Rice University
  • Gurkan Kumbaroglu, IAEE President 2016, Professor, Bogazici University