The publications from UNSW researchers now associated with CEEM are listed below by year, and within each year they are in alphabetical order. Some are available for download. You can categorise by publication type and/or research area and can also search by keyword.

Title & place of publication Author Research area Type Links Year
'Three essays on carbon and environmental markets in the EU and China' PhD Dissertation Xinyang Wei Emissions trading Theses 2016
'What cost for more renewables? The incremental cost of renewable generation – an Australian National Electricity Market case study', Renewable Energy Elliston, B., Riesz, J. , MacGill, I. Electricity Markets & Restructuring, Energy Efficiency & Distributed Generation, Large-scale Renewable Energy Journal Papers 2016
CEEM Submission to the AEMC Consultation Paper: National Electricity Amendment (Local Generation Network Credits) Rule 2015 Anna Bruce , Iain MacGill , Rob Passey , Naomi Stringer Energy Efficiency & Distributed Generation Submissions 2016
Rapid transition to clean energy will take massive social change’, in The Conversation Mark Diesendorf Sustainability & general Articles 2016
‘Carbon footprint scenarios for renewable electricity in Australia’, J. Cleaner Production 124, p236-245 Wolfram, P., Wiedmann, T., Diesendorf, M. Large-scale Renewable Energy, Sustainability & general Journal Papers 2016
‘Dispelling the nuclear 'baseload' myth: nothing renewables can't do better!’, in The Ecologist Mark Diesendorf Technology Assessments Articles 2016
‘Modeling the benefits of electric cooking in Bhutan: a long term perspective’, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 59, p494–503 Yangka, D., Diesendorf, M. Sustainability & general Journal Papers 2016
‘Quantifying the costs of a rapid transition to electric vehicles’, Applied Energy, 180, p287-300. Riesz, J. , Sotiriadis, C., Anbach, D., Donovan, S. Electric vehicles Journal Papers 2016
‘Renewable energy versus nuclear: dispelling the myths’, in The Ecologist Mark Diesendorf Sustainability & general Articles 2016
‘Shunning nuclear power but not its waste: assessing the risks of Australia becoming the world's nuclear wasteland’, Energy Research & Social Science 19, p142-147 Diesendorf, M. Technology Assessments Journal Papers 2016
‘Subjective judgments in the nuclear energy debate’, Conservation Biology 30(3), p666-669 Diesendorf, M. Technology Assessments Journal Papers 2016
‘Valuing large-scale solar photovoltaics in future electricity generation portfolios and its implications for energy and climate policies’, IET Renewable Power Generation, 10(1):79-87
Vithayasrichareon, P., MacGill I. Sustainability & general, Technology Assessments Journal Papers 2016
‘We can achieve sustainability -- but not without limiting economic growth’, in The Conversation  Mark Diesendorf Sustainability & general Articles 2016
‘Why would the world accept Australia's offer to store nuclear waste?’, in The Conversation  Mark Diesendorf Technology Assessments Articles 2016
’Electricity network revenue under different Australian residential tariff designs and customer interventions’, IEEE PESGN, July 2016 Young, S., Bruce, A., MacGill, I. Energy Efficiency & Distributed Generation Conference Papers 2016
'100% Renewable Electricity for South Australia’, Conservation Council of South Australia, Adelaide Diesendorf, M. Large-scale Renewable Energy, Sustainability & general Reports and Working Papers 2015
'A Framework for Designing & Categorising Capacity Markets – Insights from an Application to Europe', 38th IAEE International Conference, Antalya, Turkey Riesz, J. , Thorpe, G., Cludius, J., Betz, R. Electricity Markets & Restructuring Extended abstract 2015
'Accidents, wastes and weapons: nuclear power isn't worth the risks’, The Conversation Mark Diesendorf Technology Assessments Articles 2015
'An Assessment of the Cost-Reflectivity of Proposed Network Tariffs in Australia’, Asia-Pacific Solar Research Conference 2015, Brisbane, Australia Kelly, D., Bruce, A. , MacGill, I., Passey, R. Energy Efficiency & Distributed Generation Conference Papers 2015
'Assessing the Representativeness of ‘Live’ Distributed PV Data for Upscaled PV Generation Estimates’, at the 2015 IEEE PES Asia-Pacific Power and Energy Engineering Conference (APPEEC), Brisbane, Australia Haghdadi, N., Dennis, J., Bruce, A., MacGill, I.F. Energy Efficiency & Distributed Generation Conference Papers 2015

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