Title:Global vs. Low Carbon Economy: The Case of the Revised European Union Emissions Trading Scheme Author(s):AHNER, Nicole; MEEUS, LeonardoDate:2011Citation:
- Review of European Community and International Environmental Law, 2011, 20, 1, 91-100
Type:ArticleAbstract:Europe is tightening its climate change policy and with that its pollution control legislation, supposedly to lead the way towards a low carbon economy. As the rest of the world is lagging behind in greenhouse gas emission ...
Title:Appraisal of the European Commission’s Energy Roadmap 2050 Author(s):MEEUS, LeonardoDate:2012Citation:
- European Energy Journal, 2012, 3, 48-54
Type:ArticleSeries/Number:[Loyola de Palacio Chair]Abstract:What is the European energy strategy for 2050? How different is it from the 2020 energy strategy? What are the technology options? What are the policy options? The European Commission provided a first answer to these ...
Title:Experience with Interconnection Merchant Projects under Regulation (EC) 1228/2003: Perspectives for Regulation (EC) 714/2009 Author(s):KESSEL, Christian; MEEUS, Leonardo; SCHWEDLER, ChristianDate:2011Citation:
- Utilities Law Review, 2011, 18, 4, 147-155
Title:EU 2050 Low-Carbon Energy Future: Visions and strategies Author(s):MEEUS, Leonardo; AZEVEDO, Isabel; MARCANTONINI, Claudio; GLACHANT, Jean-Michel; HAFNER, ManfredDate:2012Citation:
- The Electricity Journal, 2012, 25, 5, 57-63
Type:ArticleSeries/Number:[THINK]Abstract:Analysis of the visions of key EU Member States to achieve a low-carbon energy system by 2050 finds that the states are already pursuing sometimes divergent strategies that create new risks for energy policy fragmentation ...
Title:Implicit Auctioning on the Kontek Cable: Third Time Lucky? Author(s):MEEUS, LeonardoDate:2011Citation:
- Energy Economics, 2011, 33, 3, 413-418
Type:ArticleAbstract:Implicit auctioning in Europe is about eliminating cross-border trade inefficiencies by internalizing cross-border trade into the day-ahead auction procedures of the Power Exchanges that are already organizing trade ...
Title:Achieving Learning Potentials in an Educational Simulation Game for Trading and Generating Electrical Energy Author(s):DELARUE, Erik; LAGA, Elisabeth; MEEUS, Leonardo; BELMANS, Ronnie; D'HAESELEER, WilliamDate:2011Citation:
- International Journal of Engineering Education, 2011, 27, 4, 703–712
Type:ArticleSeries/Number:[Florence School of Regulation]Abstract:This paper presents and motivates the development of a techno-economic education package, consisting of two simulation games,
to simulate both the trading and the generation of electricity in a liberalized market. Six ...
Title:Block Order Restrictions in Combinatorial Electricity Energy Auctions Author(s):MEEUS, Leonardo; VERHAEGEN, Karolien; BELMANS, RonnieDate:2009Citation:
- European Journal of Operational Research, 2009, 196, 3, 1202-1206
Type:ArticleAbstract:In Europe, the auctions organized by “power exchanges” one day ahead of delivery are multi-unit, double-sided, uniformly priced combinatorial auctions. Generators, retailers, large consumers and traders participate at the ...
Title:Market Coupling and the Importance of Price Coordination between Power Exchanges Author(s):MEEUS, Leonardo; VANDENZANDE, Leen; COLE, Stijn; BELMANS, RonnieDate:2009Citation:
- Energy, 2009, 34, 3, 228-234
Type:ArticleAbstract:In Europe, market coupling stands for a further integration of wholesale trading arrangements across country borders. More specifically, it refers to the implicit auctioning of cross-border physical transmission rights via ...
Title:Does More International Transmission Capacity Increase Competition in the Belgian Electricity Market? Author(s):KÜPPER, Gerd; DELARUE, Erik; DELVAUX, Bram; MEEUS, Leonardo; BEKAERT, David; WILLEMS, Bert; PROOST, Stef; D’HAESELEER, William; DEKETELAERE, Kurt; BELMANS, RonnieDate:2009Citation:
- The Electricity Journal, 2009, 22, 1, 21-36
Title:Innovating Grid Regulation to Regulate Grid Innovation: From the Orkney Isles to Kriegers Flak Via Italy Author(s):MEEUS, Leonardo; SAGUAN, MarceloDate:2011Citation:
- Renewable Energy, 2011, 36, 6, 1761-1765
Type:ArticleAbstract:In the current context of a decarbonizing electricity system, grid innovation is needed to deal with the main challenges of integrating distributed generation, demand and storage, and large-scale renewable energy sources. ...