Energy Policy in Europe, the UK and Eire. Dieter Helm, Professor of Energy Policy University of Oxford Dublin Economics Workshop 16 th June 2011 Trinity College. Agenda. Myths and illusions in energy policy The renewables directive Decarbonisation of electricity by 2030
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Professor of Energy Policy
University of Oxford
Dublin Economics Workshop
16th June 2011
North European Markets
Capacity + Pool
FRANCE administered nuclear markets
Netherlands / German markets
Helm, D. R. (2011),"Green growth: opportunities, challenges and costs", in: Tsoukalis, L and Emmanouilidis, J. eds. (2010), “The Delphic Oracle on Europe: Leaders and Coalitions, New European Contract and Europe's Global Role”, Oxford University Press
Helm, D. R. (2011), "Look to gas for the future", Prospect Magazine, March 24th.
Helm, D. R. (2011), “What next for EU energy policy?”, Centre for European Reform, forthcoming.
Helm, D. R. (2011),"Peak Oil and Energy Policy – a critique", Forthcoming in Oxford Review of Economic Policy, Vol 26, Issue 4.
Helm, D. R. (2010),“Infrastructure and infrastructure finance: The role of the government and the private sector in the current world", EIB Papers ,vol. 15 (2) on Infrastructure and infrastructure finance, 2010.
Helm, D. R. (2010),“The Case for a Carbon Tax” in Greener, Cheaper edited by Simon Less, Policy Exchange, July 27th 2010.
Helm, D. R. (2009), “Nuclear Power, Climate Change and Energy Policy”, in The Economics and Politics of Climate Change, edited by Helm and Hepburn, OUP.