At EnergyEcoLab, we will start 2019 full of energy!
On January 23 2019, several of us will participate at a one-day workshop on energy economics at the Toulouse School of Economics, discussing electricity markets and air quality regulation with a mix of applied theory and empirical papers.
Below is the list of presentations:
- Stefan Ambec (TSE)
The informational value of environmental taxes
- Natalia Fabra (Universidad Carlos III)
Real-time pricing for everyone
- Juan-Pablo Montero (PUC)
Competing for certificates: The case of smog checks
- Matti Liski (Aalto University)
The value of ICT in electricity markets
- Imelda (Universidad Carlos III)
Energy-efficient technology and its persistent effects on consumption
- Charles Pébereau (TSE)
Perception and adoption of real-time electricity tariffs by residential
- Yuting Yang (TSE)
Electricity interconnection with intermittent energy sources
- Leslie Martin (University of Melbourne)
The Margins Of Response To Road Use Prices
The program detail can be accessed here.