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 Typesort ascending Links Year

The Evolving Australian National Electricity Market: An Assessment to appear in Power Progress: An Audit of Australia's Electricity Reform Experiment edited by Graeme Hodge, Valarie Sands, David Hayward and David Scott, October, 2003

Hugh Outhred[nid:330] Electricity Markets & Restructuring Archived 2003

The NSW Electricity Industry: Current Issues & Possible Responses, UNSW Energy Systems Seminar Presentation, 14 August 2003

Hugh Outhred[nid:330] Technology Assessments Archived 2003
A Discussion of the Emissions Calculation Methodology for the Revised NSW Greenhouse Gas Emissions Benchmark Scheme: Options Paper by , September 2002 . Hugh Outhred[nid:330], Iain MacGill , Karel Nolles Emissions trading Archived 2002

Complementary measures to emission trading for the electricity industry, presented at the National Emissions Trading Policy Workshop, Melbourne, 16 April 2003

Hugh Outhred[nid:330] Emissions trading Archived 2003

Electricity Industry Restructuring in California and its Implications for Australia, April, 2001.

Hugh Outhred[nid:330] Electricity Markets & Restructuring Archived 2001

Market Based Environmental Regulation in the Restructured Australian Electricity Industry in Proc. 26th International Energy Economists Conference, Prague, June 2003

Iain MacGill Electricity Markets & Restructuring Archived 2003

National Emissions Trading for Australia: key design issues and complementary policies for promoting energy efficiency, infrastructure investment and innovation,ERGO draft discussion paper 0303, April 2003.

Iain MacGill, Hugh Outhred[nid:330], Karel Nolles Emissions trading Archived 2003

The Australian Electricity Industry and Climate Change - What role for geosequestration? UNSW Energy Systems Seminar presentation, 28 August 2003

Iain MacGill Technology Assessments Archived 2003

'Essays in Market Designs for Emissions Trading Schemes', a thesis submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, School of Economics, University of NSW.

Restiani, P.A. Emissions trading Theses 2010
'Portfolio-Based Decision-Support Tool for Generation Investment and Planning in Uncertain and Low-Carbon Future Electricity Industries', a thesis submitted to the University of New South Wales in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. Vithayasrichareon, P. Electricity Markets & Restructuring, Large-scale Renewable Energy Theses 2012
'Three essays on dishonest behaviour in energy and environmental markets' Peoyao Shen Sustainability & general Theses 2015
'Three essays on carbon and environmental markets in the EU and China' PhD Dissertation Xinyang Wei Emissions trading Theses 2016
'Data-driven Assessment of Aggregate Distributed Photovoltaic Generation and its Impacts on Electricity Network Planning', PhD Thesis Navid Haghdadi Energy Efficiency & Distributed Generation Theses 2017
'Distributional Effects of Energy and Climate Policy' Johanna Cludius Sustainability & general Theses 2015

A Lost Opportunity for Leadership, for NewMatilda, 22nd July 2008

Iain MacGill, Regina Betz Emissions trading Articles 2008
'Does coal have a future in Australia?', Climate Spectator, 30 April Jenny Riesz Sustainability & general, Technology Assessments Articles 2013
'Is carbon pricing reducing emissions?', The Conversation, 1 July Jenny Riesz, Roger Dargaville Emissions trading Articles 2013
‘The base debate holding renewables hostage’, in Climate Spectator Mark Diesendorf Energy Efficiency & Distributed Generation, Large-scale Renewable Energy, Technology Assessments Articles 2013
'The report that could kill wind power', Climate Spectator, 5 March Jenny Riesz Large-scale Renewable Energy Articles 2014
'Coal closures give South Australia the chance to go 100% renewable’, The Conversation Mark Diesendorf Large-scale Renewable Energy, Sustainability & general Articles 2015