The presentations by UNSW researchers now associated with CEEM are listed below in chronological order, and some are available for download. You can categorise by publication type and/or research area and can also search by keyword.

Event Presenter Type Research area Location Datesort ascending
How close is the Hydrogen society? Bent Srensen, Head of Energy and Environmental Group, Roskilde University, Denmark Seminar Energy Efficiency & Distributed Generation CEEM, UNSW Friday, September 10, 2004
A new UNSW Research Centre for Energy and Environmental Markets Iain MacGill Seminar Electricity Markets & Restructuring UNSW World Energy Congress Youth Symposium Tuesday, September 7, 2004
Electricity Industry Restructuring - A review of progress Hugh Outhred [nid:330] Seminar Electricity Markets & Restructuring University of Otago, NZ Wednesday, September 1, 2004
Making Market Mechanisms Work for Energy Efficiency Iain MacGill Seminar Energy Efficiency & Distributed Generation The Business of Energy Efficiency, Australia's Second National Energy Efficiency Conference, Sydney Wednesday, September 1, 2004
CEEM - a new UNSW Research Centre for Energy and Environmental Markets Iain MacGill Seminar Electricity Markets & Restructuring Australasian Universities Power Engineering Conference, AUPEC 2004, Brisbane Wednesday, September 1, 2004
A risk-based technology assessment framework for evaluating our GHG abatement options Iain MacGill Seminar Large-scale Renewable Energy, Emissions trading, Technology Assessments Second Annual 'Towards Zero Emissions' Conference, Brisbane Wednesday, July 28, 2004
Global trends in electricity markets Hugh Outhred [nid:330] Seminar Electricity Markets & Restructuring Australian Energy Reform Conference, Melbourne Tuesday, June 29, 2004
An Australian Perspective on Electricity Industry Restructuring and Sustainability Hugh Outhred [nid:330] Seminar Large-scale Renewable Energy, Electricity Markets & Restructuring Sustainable Energy Ireland, Dublin Wednesday, June 23, 2004
Some Recent Developments in Australian Electricity Industry Restructuring Iain MacGill Seminar Electricity Markets & Restructuring University of Cambridge Department of Applied Economics Tuesday, June 1, 2004
Policy options to drive technical innovation Iain MacGill Seminar Large-scale Renewable Energy CAN Europe Workshop: The policy and environmental implications of CO2 capture and storage, hydrogen and fuel cell technologies Saturday, May 1, 2004
Policy Issues for a Multi-State Emissions Trading Scheme Frank Muller Seminar Emissions trading Emissions Trading in Australia: Status & Prospects: AETF-CRCGA Joint Seminar Program, Sydney Tuesday, April 20, 2004
Electricity Industry Restructuring and its Implementation in Australia Hugh Outhred [nid:330] Seminar Electricity Markets & Restructuring CEEM, UNSW Friday, April 2, 2004
Emission reduction schemes: MRET, NSW NGAC, Qld Gas Scheme & emission taxes & trading Hugh Outhred [nid:330] Seminar Electricity Markets & Restructuring, Emissions trading Queensland Power and Gas Conference Sunday, February 1, 2004
What are the acceptable limits to wind penetration in power systems? Iain MacGill Seminar Large-scale Renewable Energy Third Australian Wind Energy Conference, Adelaide Sunday, February 1, 2004
Exploring spot electricity market operation through agent based simulation and evolutionary programming Iain MacGill Seminar Electricity Markets & Restructuring Informal pre-AARES Workshop on Experimental Economics, Melbourne Sunday, February 1, 2004

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