Edited by Ibon Galarraga, Mikel González-Eguino and Anil Markandya
Major contemporary issues and debates relating to the sustainable use of energy are addressed in this far-reaching Handbook. The contributing authors discuss the ongoing debates about sustainability and energy use, energy economics, renewable energy, efficiency and climate policy.
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- Handbook of Sustainable Energy
- Chapter 1: The Sustainability of ‘Sustainable’ Energy Use: Historical Evidence on the Relationship between Economic Growth and Renewable Energy
- Chapter 2: Sustainability Criteria for Energy Resources and Technologies
- Chapter 3: Economic Growth, Energy Consumption and Climate Policy
- Chapter 4: The Linkages between Energy Efficiency and Security of Energy Supply in Europe
- Chapter 5: Governing a Low Carbon Energy Transition: Lessons from UK and Dutch Approaches
- Chapter 6: How Energy Works: Gas and Electricity Markets in Europe
- Chapter 7: Transmission and Distribution Networks for a Sustainable Electricity Supply
- Chapter 8: Energy–Economic–Environmental Models: A Survey
- Chapter 9: Energy Supply and the Sustainability of Endogenous Growth
- Chapter 10: Consumer Behavior and the Use of Sustainable Energy
- Chapter 11: Multicriteria Diversity Analysis: Theory, Method and an Illustrative Application
- Chapter 12: Review of the World and European Renewable Energy Resource Potentials
- Chapter 13: The Cost of Renewable Energy: Past and Future
- Chapter 14: Valuing Efficiency Gains in EU Coal-based Power Generation
- Chapter 15: Energy Use in the Transport Sector: Ways to Improve Efficiency
- Chapter 16: Nuclear Power in the Twenty-first Century
- Chapter 17: Carbon Capture Technology: Status and Future Prospects
- Chapter 18: Environmental, Economic and Policy Aspects of Biofuels
- Chapter 19: The European Carbon Market (2005–07): Banking, Pricing and Risk-hedging Strategies
- Chapter 20: The Clean Development Mechanism: A Stepping Stone Towards World Carbon Markets?
- Chapter 21: Second-best Instruments for Energy and Climate Policy
- Chapter 22: Addressing Fields of Rationality: A Policy for Reducing Household Energy Consumption?
- Chapter 23: The Role of R & D+i in the Energy Sector
- Chapter 24: Energy and Poverty: The Perspective of Poor Countries
- Chapter 25: The Role of Regions in the Energy Sector: Past and Future
- Chapter 26: California’s Energy-related Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction Policies
- Chapter 27: Regional Experiences: The Past, Present and Future of the Energy Policy in the Basque Region
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