FEEM's e-journal the "Review of Environment, Energy and Economics" is a tool for the dissemination of the work and research-based policy analysis of FEEM researchers and leading international scholars, covering the areas of environmental and energy economics and policy, and offering new insights into the challenges ahead.

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Challenges of the Paris Agreement
Greening the WTO
Energy: Scenarios and Challenges
Life is a Balancing Act
Energy Efficiency in Turkey
What about European Gas Markets?
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Apr
15
2015
 
Renewable Energy in the Mediterranean: Current Status and Future Prospects
by Simone Tagliapietra
Energy - Articles
 

Despite huge solar and wind energy potential, Southern and Eastern Mediterranean countries lag far behind most other regions in the world in terms of solar and wind energy deployment. The article explores the reasons of this paradox, focusing on the key barriers to the development of renewable energy in the region.

Jul
27
2012
 
Can Advanced Biofuels Deliver?
by Valentina Bosetti, Michela Catenacci, Giulia Fiorese and Elena Verdolini
Energy - Articles
 

The article briefly reports the information collected through an expert elicitation protocol on the future costs of biofuels, the potential role of RD&D (Research, Development and Demonstration) programs and what non-technical barriers to diffusion should be considered when designing renewable energy policies.

Jan
31
2012
 
The Future Prospects of PV and CSP Solar Technologies
by Valentina Bosetti, Michela Catenacci, Giulia Fiorese and Elena Verdolini
Economics - Articles
 

This article discusses the results of an expert elicitation survey on solar technologies carried out within the ICARUS project on innovation in carbon-free energy technologies. Leading European experts from the academic world, the private sector and international institutions took part in this survey on Photovoltaic and Concentrated Solar Power technologies.

Jan
16
2012
 
REDD and Clean Technologies Innovations. Is there a Trade-off?
by Valentina Bosetti
Economics - Articles
 

A key policy question when discussing REDD is how to balance low-cost forestry emission reductions, available in the near term, with investments to drive technological innovation in energy, industry, and other sectors over the longer period. Here we report a research effort showing that linking REDD to an international carbon market is, as expected, economically efficient.



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