Related Publications

The following publications have been selected to offer background reading and inform the work of the project.

Battaglini, Antonella, Johan Lilliestam, Armin Haas, and Anthony Patt (2009). Development of SuperSmart Grids for a more efficient utilization of electricity from renewable sources. Journal of Cleaner Production 17: 911 – 918. Link  

Battaglini, Antonella, Nadejda Komendantova, Patricia Brtnik, and Anthony Patt (2012). Perception of barriers for expansion of electricity grids in the European Union. Energy Policy 47: 254 – 259. Link

Damerau, Kerstin, Keith Williges, Anthony G Patt, and Paul Gauché (2011). Costs of reducing water use of concentrating solar power to sustainable levels: scenarios for North Africa. Energy Policy 39, 4391-4398. Link

Damerau Kerstin, Oscar PR van Vliet and Anthony G Patt (2013). Direct impacts of alternative energy scenarios on water use in the Middle East and North Africa. In review at Science.   

Fan, Lin, Catherine Norman, and Anthony Patt (2012). Electricity capacity investment under risk aversion: a case study of coal, gas, and concentrated solar power. Energy Economics 34: 54 – 61. Link

Gupta, Joyeeta, Åsa Persson, Lennart Olsson, Joanne Bayer, Nicolien van der Grijp, Anne Jerneck, Richard J.T. Klein, Mike Thompson, and Anthony Patt (2010). Mainstreaming climate change in development cooperation policy: conditions for success. In M. Hulme and H. Neufeld (eds.) Making climate change work for us. Cambridge UK: Cambridge University Press, pp. 319 – 339.   

Komendantova, Nadejda, Anthony Patt, and Keith Williges (2011). Solar power investment in North Africa: reducing perceived risks. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 15: 4829 – 4835. Link

Komendantova, Nadejda, Anthony Patt, Lucile Barras, and Antonella Battaglini (2012). Perception of risks in renewable energy projects: the case of concentrated solar power in North Africa. Energy Policy 40: 103 – 109.  Link

Lilliestam, Johan, Jeffrey Bielicki, and Anthony Patt (2012). Comparing carbon capture and storage (CCS) with concentrating solar power (CSP): potentials, costs, risks, and barriers. Energy Policy 47: 447 – 455. Link  

Lilliestam, Johan, Antonella Battaglini, Charlotte Finlay, Daniel Fürstenwerth, Anthony Patt, Gus Schellekens, and Peter Schmidt (2012). The alternative to a global climate deal is unfolding before our eyes. Climate and Development 4: 1 – 4. Link  

Nussbaumer, Patrick, Morgan Bazilian, and Anthony Patt (in press). A statistical analysis of the relationship between energy and the Millennium Development Goals. Accepted for publication January 2013 at Climate and Development.   

Patt, Anthony (2009). Beyond conventional thinking: mitigation and the real opportunities for developing countries. Climate & Development 1: 107 – 110. Link 

Patt, Anthony (2009). Expanding solar energy in North Africa to achieve climate targets. IIASA Policy Brief #7, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria. 4pp. Download Link 

Patt, Anthony (2010). Effective regional energy governance—not global environmental governance—is what we need right now for climate change. Global Environmental Change 20: 33 – 35. Link  

Patt, Anthony, Antonella Battaglinii, Nadejda Komendantova, and Johan Lilliestam (2008). Linking North Africa’s renewable energy resources to Europe: policy challenges. Background paper for a scientific workshop held at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, 24 – 26 November 2008. 37 pp.  Download 

Patt, Anthony, Diana Reckien, Richard J.T. Klein, Detlef van Vuuren, Markus Wrobel, Nico Bauer, Gunnar S. Eskeland and Tom Downing (2010). What can social science tell us about meeting the challenge of climate change: five insights from five years that might make a difference. In M. Hulme and H. Neufeld (eds.) Making climate change work for us. Cambridge UK: Cambridge University Press, pp. 369 – 388   

Patt, Anthony, Nadejda Komendantova, Antonella Battaglini, and Johan Lilliestam (2011). Regional integration to support full renewable power deployment for Europe by 2050. Environmental Politics 20(5): 727 – 742. Link 

Patt, Anthony, Stefan Pfenninger, and Johan Lilliestam (in press). Vulnerability of solar energy infrastructure and output to extreme events: climate change implications. Accepted February 2012 as part of a special issue at Climatic Change.

Reid, Gerard, Johan Lilliestam, Anthony Patt, Gus Schellekins, Catherine Mitchell, and Antonella Battaglini (2010). A global renewables investment plan: scaling up investments in renewable energy technologies. Published by the Government of India Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, and the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservancy, and Nuclear Safety, as a contribution to the Delhi International Renewable Energy Conference. 36 pp.   Download

Schellekens, Gus, Jo McDonnell, Antonella Battaglini, Johan Lilliestam, and Anthony Patt (2010). 100% renewable electricity: a roadmap to 2050 for Europe and North Africa. Policy report published by PricewaterhouseCoopers, with support from the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, and the European Climate Forum. 144 pp.   Download

Schellekins, Gus, Charlotte Finlay, Antonella Battaglini, Johan Lilliestam, Daniel Fürstenwerth, Peter Schmidt, and Anthony Patt (2011). Moving towards 100% renewable electricity in Europe and North Africa. Policy report published by PricewaterhouseCoopers, with support from the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, and the European Climate Forum. 78 pp. Download  

Williges, Keith, Johan Lilliestam, and Anthony Patt (2010). Making concentrated solar power competitive with coal: the costs of a European feed-in tariff. Energy Policy 38: 3089 – 3097. Link


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