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Kanellakis, Marinos
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2015-06-16T12:53:03Z
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2015-09-27T05:57:48Z
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2015-06-16
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https://repository.ihu.edu.gr//xmlui/handle/11544/381
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Effects of Implemented Policies in Renewable Energy Penetration
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masterThesis
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Energy policy--Europe
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Renewable energy sources
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Dissertations, Academic
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en
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free
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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0
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School of Science and Technology, MSc in Energy Systems
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2011-09
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Kanellakis, Marinos, 2011, EU energy policy & effects of implemented policies in renewable energy penetration , Master's Dissertation, International Hellenic University
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This dissertation was written as a part of the MSc in Energy Systems at the International Hellenic University. It summarizes the energy policy of the European Union and the renewable energy penetration progress. The introduction helps us understand the importance of the policies and how challenging is the task to swift from a fossil fuel-based energy mix to renewable energy-based one. The second chapter summarizes the most important implemented energy policies classified into eight broad categories. It gives an overall picture of the EU’s energy policy and the framework of the Renewable Energy penetration development. In the third chapter the progress of renewable energy penetration in the EU is presented through statistics and graphs, showing the effects of implemented policies. Finally, in the fourth chapter, an elementary approach of the future penetration of renewable energy in the final energy mix is presented. After the implementation and comparison of five regression specifications, the one selected was used for long-run forecast up to 2020. Also I would like to thank my supervisor Dr. Theodoros Zachariadis, as well as Dr. Georgios Martinopoulos and Dr. Theologos Dergiades for giving me valuable guidance.
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Abstract p.iv Contents p.v List of Figures & Tables p.vi Abbreviations p.viii 1. Introduction p.1 1.1. A World Energy Review p.2 1.2. Sustainability p.6 1.3. Barriers to RE Use p.9 1.4. Policy Options p.12 1.5. The Role of Policies p.16 2. EU Energy Policy p.19 2.1. Institutions p.20 2.2. Energy Policy Development p.23 2.3. Legal Basis & Legislative Framework p.25 2.4. Renewable Energy p.26 2.5. Energy Efficiency & Savings p.33 2.6. Internal Energy Markets p.38 2.7. Security of Energy Supply p.43 2.8. Environmental Protection p.45 2.9. Nuclear Energy p.48 2.10. Research & Development p.49 2.11. External Relations p.52 3. RES Penetration Progress p.56 3.1. Overall Progress p.57 3.2. Electricity (RES-E) p.60 3.3. Transport (RES-T) p.66 3.4. Heating & Cooling (RES-H) p.69 4. Projections for RES Share in 2020 p.72 4.1. Autoregressive Specification p.73 4.2. Polynomial Regression Specification p.74 4.3. Gompertz Regression Specification p.76 4.4. Multiple Regression Specification p.77 4.5. Logistic Regression Specification p.79 4.6. Specifications’ Comparison p.81 4.7. The Overall RES Share in 2020 p.83 5. Conclusions p.85 Appendix p.88 A1. RE Sources & Technologies Overview p.89 A2. Funding RES & Current Investment Dynamics p.94 A3. Evaluation of Support Schemes in Key RES Technologies p.102 Bibliography/References p.127
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Zachariadis, Theodoros
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heal.committeeMemberName
Zachariadis, Theodoros
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Papadopoulos, Agis
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Mitianoudis, Nikolaos
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School of Science &Technology, Master of Science (MSc) in Energy Systems
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ihu
heal.numberOfPages
140
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