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Energy Market Integration in East Asia: Renewable Energy and its Deployment into the Power System

Energy Market Integration in East Asia: Renewable Energy and its Deployment into the Power System
Date:
1 August 2013
Authors:
Yanrui Wu, Luis Mundaca T., Carl Dalhammar, David Harnesk, Qing Yang, Mustafa Moinuddin, Anindya Bhattacharya, Youngho Chang, Yanfei Li, Maxensius Tri Sambodo, Kongchheng Poch, Sangeeta V. Sharma, Xunpeng Shi, Sizhong Sun, Yu Sheng, Dandan Zhang
Editors:
Fukunari Kimura, Phoumin Han, Brett Jacobs
Tags:
Environment, Energy, Innovation and Technology

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List of Project Members

PROF. DR. FUKUNARI KIMURA (Project Supervisor): Chief Economist, Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA), Indonesia; Professor, Faculty of Economics, Keio University, Japan.

PROF. DR. YANRUI WU (Project Leader): Professor, Economic Department, University of Western Australia, Australia.

DR. BRETT JACOBS (Project Coordinator):Chief of Energy Unit, Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA), Indonesia.

DR. HAN PHOUMIN (Project Coordinator): Energy Economist, Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA), Indonesia.

MR. MITSUO MATSUMOTO: Managing Director for Research Affairs, Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA), Indonesia.

DR. XUNPENG SHI: Chief Researcher, Brunei National Energy Research Institute.

MR. YONG CHEN: Regional Program Officer (Asia & Pacific), International Renewable Energy Agency, Abu Dhabi-UEA.

DR. LUIS MUNDACA T.: Senior Researcher, Energy and Environmental Economics (E-3) International Consulting Services.

DR. CARL DALHAMMAR: Senior Researcher, Energy and Environmental Economics (E-3) International Consulting Services.

MSC. DAVID HARNESK: Researcher Energy and Environmental Economics (E-3) International Consulting Services.

DR. QING YANG: Senior Economist, New Zealand Institute of Economic Research, New Zealand.

DR. MUSTAFA MOINUDDIN: Trade and Development Economist - Green Growth and Green Economy Area, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies, Japan.

DR. ANINDYA BHATTACHARYA: Senior Energy Economist, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies, Japan.

DR. YOUNGHO CHANG : Assistant Professor, Division of Economics, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.

DR. YANFEI LI: Research Fellow, Energy Research Institute, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.

DR. MAXENSIUS TRI SAMBODO: Researcher, Indonesian Institute of Sciences, Indonesia.

MR. KONGCHHENG POCH: Researcher, Economic Institute of Cambodia, Cambodia.

DR. SANGEETA V. SHARMA: Director, National Ecology and Environment Foundation, India.

MR. SIZHONG SUN: Lecturer, James Cook University, Australia.

DR. YU SHENG: Senior Economist, Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resources Economics and Science, Australia.

DR. DANDAN ZHANG: Assistant Professor, National School of Development, Peking University, Beijing, China.

 

Full Report

RPR-2012-26

Contents

Front_cover

Acknowledgements

Table of Contents

List of Project Members

Executive Summary

Chapter 1 . Trends and Prospects for the Renewable Energy Sector in the EAS Region

Chapter 2. The Integrated Nordic Power Market and the Deployment of Renewable Energy Technologies: Key Lessons and Potential Implications for the Future EAS Integrated Power Market

Chapter 3. Renewable Energy Integration in a Liberalized Electricity Market: A New Zealand Case Study

Chapter 4. Toward an Integrated Renewable Eenergy Market in the EAS Region: Renewable Energy Equipment Trade, Market Barriers and Drivers

Chapter 5. Renewable Energy and Policy Options in an Integrated ASEAN Electricity Market: Quantitative Assessment and Policy Implications

Chapter 6. Facilitating the Penetration of Renewable Energy into the Power System

Chapter 7. Renewable Energy Development in Cambodia: Status, Prospects and Policies

Chapter 8. Implications of Cash Transfers of Subsidies in the Energy Sector in India

Chapter 9. International Oil Price, National Market Distortion, and Output Growth: Theory and Evidence from China

Chapter 10. Economic Growth, Regional Disparities, and Energy Demand in China: Implication for Energy Market Integration in East Asia

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