Items where Research Program is "Energy (ENE)" and Year is 2005

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Araki, T. & Keppo, I. (2005). Influence of Technological Learning of Advanced Energy Conversion Technologies on Future Energy Perspectives. Interim Report; TEPCO-IIASA Collaborative Study, Japan [2005]

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Barreto, L. & Turton, H. (2005). Impact Assessment of Energy-related Policy Instruments on Climate Change and Security of Energy Supply. IIASA Interim Report. IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: IR-05-002

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Herzog, H., Smekens, K., Dadhich, P., Dooley, J., Fujii, Y., Hohmeyer, O. & Riahi, K. (2005). Cost and economic potential. In: Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage - IPCC Special Report. Eds. Metz, B., Davidson, O., de Coninck, H.C., Loos, M. & Meyer, L.A., pp. 339-362 Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

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Keppo, I. (2005). Fostering the Deployment of Carbon Capture and Storage: Policy Assessment using the MESSAGE Model. Interim Report to the Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN), Petten, Netherlands [2005]

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Makowski, M. (2005). Integrated analysis of complex problems in model-based support for policy making. In: SICE Annual Conference 2005, 8th-10th August 2005, Okayama; Japan.

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Nakicenovic, N., McGlade, J. & Ma, S. (2005). Lessons learned for scenario analysis. In: Ecosystem and Human Well-being, Volume 2: Scenarios. Eds. Assessment, Millennium Ecosystem, Washington: Island Press. ISBN 1-55963-391-3

Nelson, G.C., Bennett, E., Berhe, A.A., Cassman, K. & Nakicenovic, N. (2005). Drivers of change in ecosystem condition and services. In: Ecosystems and Human Well Being, Volume 2: Scenarios. Eds. Assessment, Millennium Ecosystem, Washington: Island Press. ISBN 1-55963-391-3

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Rao, S., Riahi, K., Kupiainen, K. & Klimont, Z. (2005). Long-term scenarios for black and organic carbon emissions. Environmental Sciences 2 (2-3): 205-216. DOI:10.1080/15693430500397228.

Riahi, K., Barreto, L., Rao, S. & Rubin, E.S. (2005). Towards fossil-based electricity systems with integrated CO2 capture: Implications of an illustrative long-term technology policy. In: Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies – September 2004, Vancouver, Canada. Eds. Rubin, E.S., Keith, D.W., Gilboy, C.F., Wilson, M., Morris, T., Gale, J. & Thambimuthu, K., pp. 921-929 Amsterdam, Netherlands: Elsevier. ISBN 978-0-08-044704-9

Riahi, K., Kolp, P. & Grubler, A. (2005). National Scenarios of Economic Activity (GDP) - A Downscaling Analysis based on SRES. IIASA Interim Report. IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: IR 05-063

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Schrattenholzer, L. & Riahi, K. (2005). Alternative Scenarios of Greenhouse Gas Emissions. IIASA Research Report (Reprint). IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: RP-05-004. Reprinted from Encyclopedia of Energy, 3:67-76 [2004].

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Turton, H. (2005). Measuring the Impact of Energy Technology Investment on Long-term Sustainability. IIASA Interim Report. IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: IR-05-038

Turton, H. (2005). Measuring the Impact of Technology Policy Instruments on Indicators Long-term Sustainability using ERIS: An Analysis for SAPIENTIA. Final Report submitted to the European Commission via the Institute Communication and Computer Systems of the National Technical University of Athens (ICCS/NTUA) [2005]

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Uyterlinde, M.A., Martinus, G.H., Roesler, H., Riahi, K. & Keppo, I. (2005). The Contribution of Renewable Energy to a Sustainable Energy System. Volume 2 in the CASCADE MINTS project, ECN-C-05-034; Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN), Petten, Netherlands (July 2005)

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