Journal articles

2022

  1. Longden, T., Beck, F.J., Jotzo, F., Andrews, R. and Prasad, M., (2022) 'Clean' hydrogen?-Comparing the emissions and costs of fossil fuel versus renewable electricity based hydrogen. Applied Energy 306, p.118145

  2. Nadolny, A., Cheng, C., Lu, B., Blakers, A. & Stocks, M., (2022) Fully electrified land transport in 100% renewable electricity networks dominated by variable generation. Renewable Energy, 182, 562-577. 

  3. Cheng, Wenting, Lee, S., How Green Are the National Hydrogen Strategies?. (2022) Sustainability 14, no. 3 (2022): 1-34. 

  4. Cheng, C., Blakers, A., Stocks, M. & Lu, B., 100% renewable energy in Japan. (2022) Energy Conversion and Management, Science Direct 255, 115299. 

  5. O'Neill, L., Beck, F., Nolan K., and Cheng W., Renewable Hydrogen Will Be Produced on Land Traditionally Owned by First Nations People: Will Its Owners Benefit?. (2022) Australian Environment Review 36, no. 6: 149-58. 

  6. Cheng, Wenting. Intellectual Property and International Clean Technology Diffusion: Pathways and Prospects. (2022) Asian Journal of International Law

  7. Mahesh Venkataraman, Zsuzsanna Csereklyei, Emma Aisbett, Alireza Rahbari, Frank Jotzo, Michael Lord, John Pye, (2022) Zero-carbon steel production: The opportunities and role for Australia, Energy Policy, Volume 163 

  8. Gosens, J., Turnbull, A. B., & Jotzo, F. (2022) China's decarbonization and energy security plans will reduce seaborne coal imports: Results from an installation-level model. Joule, 6(4), 782-815 

  9. Silalahi, D. F., Blakers, A., Lu, B. & Cheng, C.,(2022) Indonesia's Vast Off-River Pumped Hydro Energy Storage Potential. Energies, 15, 3457. 

  10. Burke, Paul J., Beck, Fiona J., Aisbett, Emma, Baldwin, Kenneth G.H., Stocks, Matthew, Pye, John, Venkataraman, Mahesh, Hunt, Janet, and Bai, Xuemei. (2022) Contributing to regional decarbonization: Australia's potential to supply zero-carbon commodities to the Asia-Pacific. Energy 248, 123563 

  11. Do, T., Burke, P., Hughes, L., Thi, TD., Policy Options for Offshore Wind Power in Vietnam. (2022) Marine Policy, Volume 141

  12. White, L.V., Carrel, A.L., Shi, W., & Sintov, N.D. (2022) Why are charging stations associated with electric vehicle adoption? Untangling effects in three United States metropolitan areas, Energy Research and Social Science, Volume 89 

  13. Do, T., Burke, P., Is ASEAN ready to move to multilateral cross-border electricity trade? Asia Pacific Viewpoint (2022) Asian Pacific Viewpoint, ISSN 1360-7456 

2021

  1. Longden, T., Quilty, S., Riley, B., White, L. V., Klerck, M., Davis, V., & Frank, N. (2021) Energy insecurity during temperature extremes: an analysis of electricity use and disconnection in remote Australia. Nature Energy, 7 

  2. Andrew Blakers, Matthew Stocks, Bin Lu & Cheng Cheng (2021) The observed cost of high penetration solar and wind electricity, Energy 233, 121150.

  3. Andrew Blakers, Matthew Stocks, Bin Lu & Cheng Cheng (2021) A review of pumped hydro energy storage, Progress in Energy 3(2), 022003.

  4. Paul J. Burke & Thang N. Do (2021) Greening Asia's Economic Development, Asian Economic Policy Review 16(1), 22-39. 

  5. Hilman S. Fathoni, Abidah B. Setyowati & James Prest (2021) Is community renewable energy always just? Examining energy injustices and inequalities in rural Indonesia, Energy Research & Social Science 71, 101825. 

  6. E. W. Gaykema, Igor Skryabin, James Prest & B. Hansen (2021) Assessing the viability of the ACT natural gas distribution network for reuse as a hydrogen distribution network, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 46(23), 12280-12289.

  7. Liam Hayes, Matthew Stocks & Andrew Blakers (2021) Accurate long-term power generation model for offshore wind farms in Europe using ERA5 reanalysis, Energy 229, 120603.

  8. Prabhasri Herath, Marcus Thatcher, Huidong Jin & Xuemei Bai (2021) Effectiveness of urban surface characteristics as mitigation strategies for the excessive summer heat in cities, Sustainable Cities and Society 72, 103072.

  9. Janet Hunt, Bradley Riley, Lily O'Neill & Ganur Maynard (2021), Transition to Renewable Energy and Indigenous People in Northern Australia: Enhancing or Inhibiting Capabilities?, Journal of Human Development and Capabilities 22, 360-378.

  10. Brenda B Lin, Alessandro Ossola, Marina Alberti, Erik Andersson, Xuemei Bai, Cynnamon Dobbs, Thomas Elmqvist, Karl L Evans, Niki Frantzeskaki, Richard A Fuller, Kevin J Gaston, Dagmar Haase, Chi Yung Jim, Cecil Konijnendijk, Harini Nagendra, Jari Niemelä, Timon McPhearson, William R Moomaw, Susan Parnell, Diane Pataki, William J Ripple, & Puay Yok Tan (2021) Integrating solutions to adapt cities for climate change, The LANCET Planetary Health 5, 479-486.

  11. Bin Lu, Andrew Blakers, Matthew Stocks, Cheng Cheng & Anna Nadolny (2021) A zero-carbon, reliable and affordable energy future in Australia, Energy 220, 119678.

  12. Bin Lu, Andrew Blakers, Matthew Stocks & Thang Nam Do (2021) Low-cost, low-emission 100% renewable electricity in Southeast Asia supported by pumped hydro storage, Energy 121387. 

  13. Yuan Peng & Xuemei Bai, (2021) Financing urban low-carbon transition: The catalytic role of a city-level special fund in shanghai, Journal of Cleaner Production 282, 124514.

  14. Sunil Prasad Lohani & Andrew Blakers (2021) 100% renewable energy with pumped hydro energy storage in Nepal, Clean Energy Journal 5(2), 243-253.

  15. Wojciech Lipiński, Ehsan Abbasi-Shavazi, Jingjing Chen, Joe Coventry, Morteza Hangi, Siddharth Iyer, Apurv Kumar, Lifeng Li, Sha Li, John Pye, Juan F Torres, Bo Wang, Ye Wang & Vincent M Wheeler (2021) Progress in heat transfer research for high-temperature solar thermal applications, Applied Thermal Engineering 184, 116137.

  16. Lily O'Neill, Kathryn Thorburn, Bradley Riley, Esmé Shirlow, Ganur Maynard & Janet Hunt (2021) Renewable energy development on the Indigenous Estate: Free, prior and informed consent and best practice in agreement-making in Australia, Energy Research and Social Science 81, 102252

  17. James Prest, Jordie Petit & Joshua Woodyatt (2021) Comparing the Hydrogen Strategies of the EU, Germany, and Australia: Legal and Policy Issues, Oil, Gas and Energy Law Intelligence (OGEL) 19(2), 1-65.

  18. Ahmad Rafiee, Kaveh R. Khalilpour, James Prest & Igor Skryabin (2021) Biogas as an Energy Vector, Biomass and Bioenergy 144, 105935.

  19. Shuhei Nishitateno & Paul J. Burke (2021) Willingness to pay for clean air: Evidence from diesel vehicle registration restrictions in Japan, Regional Science and Urban Economics 88, 103657.

  20. Alireza Rahbari, Ali Shirazi, Mahesh B Venkataraman & John Pye (2021) Solar fuels from supercritical water gasification of algae: Impacts of low-cost hydrogen on reformer configurations, Applied Energy 288, 116620.

  21. Bradley Riley (2021), Scaling up: Renewable energy on Aboriginal lands in north west Australia, Nulungu Research Papers 6.

  22. Johan Rockström, Joyeeta Gupta, Timothy M. Lenton, Dahe Qin, Steven J. Lade, Jesse F. Abrams, Lisa Jacobson, Juan C. Rocha, Caroline Zimm, Xuemei Bai, Govindasamy Bala, Stefan Bringezu, Wendy Broadgate, Stuart E. Bunn, Fabrice DeClerck, Kristie L. Ebi, Peng Gong, Chris Gordon, Norichika Kanie, Diana M. Liverman, Nebojsa Nakicenovic, David Obura, Veerabhadran Ramanathan, Peter H. Verburg, Detlef P. van Vuuren, & Ricarda Winkelmann (2021) Identifying a safe and just corridor for people and the planet, Earth's Future 9(4), 001866.

  23. Matthew Stocks, Ryan Stocks, Bin Lu, Cheng Cheng, & Andrew Blakers (2021) Global Atlas of Closed-Loop Pumped Hydro Energy Storage, Joule 5(1), 270-284.

  24. Richard N.L. Terrett, George Tsekouras, Danijel Boskovic, Takuya Tsuzuki, Gerhard F. Swiegers, Ronald J. Pace, & Robert Stranger, (2021) Electronic structure modelling of edge-functionalisation of graphene by MnOx particles, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 23(1), 514-527.

  25. George Tsekouras, Richard Terrett, Zheyin Yu, Zhenxiang Cheng, Gerhard F. Swiegers, Takuya Tsuzuki, Robert Stranger, & Ronald J Pace (2021) Insights into the Phenomenon of Bubble-Free' Electrocatalytic Oxygen Evolution from Water, Sustainable Energy & Fuels 5(3), 808-819.

  26. Marta Victoria, Nancy Haegel, Ian Marius Peters, Ron Sinton, Arnulf Jäger-Waldau, Carlos del Cañizo, Christian Breyer, Matthew Stocks, Andrew Blakers, Izumi Kaizuka, Keiichi Komoto,  & Arno Smets (2021) Solar photovoltaics is ready to power a sustainable future, Joule 5(5), 1041-1056.

  27. Yan Zhang, Xuemei Bai, Franklin P. Mills, & John C.V. Pezzey (2021) Examining the attitude-behavior gap in residential energy use: Empirical evidence from a large-scale survey in Beijing, China, Journal of Cleaner Production 295, 126510.

  28. Thang Nam Do & Paul J. Burke (2021) Carbon pricing in Vietnam: Options for adoption, Energy and Climate Change 2, 100058.

  29. Thang Nam Do, Paul J., Burke, Nam Hoang Nguyen, Indra Overland, Beni Suryadi, Akbar Swandaru, Zulfikar Yurnaidi (2021), Vietnam's solar and wind power success: Policy implications for the other ASEAN countries. Energy for Sustainable Development 65, 1-11.

 

2020

  1. Zainul Abdin, Ali Zafaranloo, Ahmad Rafiee, Walter Mérida, Wojciech Lipiński, & Kaveh R. Khalilpour (2020) Hydrogen as an energy vector. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 120, 109620.
     
  2. Emma Aisbett & Magdalene Silberberger (2020) Tariff liberalization and product standards: Regulatory chill and race to the bottom? Regulation & Governance 15(3), 987-1006.
     
  3. Peta Ashworth, Kenneth G.H. Baldwin, Michael Brear, Tony Chappel, Matt Garbutt, Cesar Alejandro Hernandez, Frank Jotzo, Iain MacGill & Tim Nelson (2020) Overview of papers for the Special Issue of The Electricity Journal: The Future Electricity Market Summit, The Electricity Journal 33(9), 106830.
     
  4. Kenneth GH Baldwin, Peter Fraser, & Kerry Schott (2020) Introduction to the Special Issue of the Electricity Journal on the Future Electricity Market Summit, Sydney 2019, The Electricity Journal 33(9), 108650.
     
  5. Rohan Best & Paul J. Burke (2020) Energy mix persistence and the effect of carbon pricing, Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 64(3) 555-574.
     
  6. Rohan Best, Paul J. Burke, & Frank Jotzo (2020) Carbon pricing efficacy: Cross-country evidence, Environmental and Resource Economics 77(1), 69-94.
     
  7. A de la Calle, A Bayón, & John Pye (2020) Techno-economic assessment of a high-efficiency, low-cost solar-thermal power system with sodium receiver, phase-change material storage, and supercritical CO₂ recompression Brayton cycle, Solar Energy 199, 885-900.
     
  8. Felix Creutzig, Xuemei Bai, Radhika Khosla, Vincent Viguie, & Yoshiki Yamagata (2020) Systematizing and Upscaling Urban Climate Change Mitigation, Environment Research Letter 15(10), 100202.
     
  9. Thang N. Do, Paul J. Burke, Kenneth GH Baldwin, & Chinh T Nguyen (2020) Underlying drivers and barriers for solar photovoltaics diffusion: The case of Vietnam, Energy Policy 144, 111561.
     
  10. Christian Downie (2020) Strategies for Survival: The International Energy Agency's response to a new world, Energy Policy 141, 1-7. 
     
  11. Christian Downie (2020) Steering Global Governance: Who governs and what do they do?,  Regulation  and Governance, 25 August 2020.
     
  12. Andreas Goldthau & Llewelyn Hughes (2020) Comment: Protect Global Supply Chains for Low Carbon Technologies, Nature 585, 28-30. 
     
  13. Marziyeh Hamidi, Vincent M Wheeler, Xiang Gao, John Pye, Kylie Catchpole & Alan W Weimer (2020) Reduction of iron-manganese oxide particles in a lab-scale packed-bed reactor for thermochemical energy storage, Chemical Engineering Science 221, 115700.
     
  14. Yuanchao Hu, Shengui Cui, Xuemei Bai, Yong-Guan Zhu, Bing Gao, Aanu Ramaswami, Jianxiong Tang, Miaohong Yang, Qianhu Zhang, & Yunfeng Huang (2020) Transboundary environmental footprints of urban food supply chain and mitigation strategies, Environmental Science & Technology 54(17), 10460-10471.
     
  15. Michael Jakob, Jan Christoph Steckel, Frank Jotzo, Benjamin K. Sovacool, Laura Cornelsen, Rohit Chandra, Ottmar Edenhofer, Chris Holden, Andreas Löscheli, Ted Nace, Nick Robins, Jens  Suedekum, & Johannes Urpelainen (2020) The future of coal in a carbon constrained climate, Nature Climate Change 10, 704-707.
     
  16. Siva Karaturi, Heping Shen, Astha Sharma, Fiona J. Beck, Purushothaman Varadhan, The Duong, Parvathala Reddy Narangari, DouDou Zhang, Yimao Wan, Jr-Hai He, Hark Hoe Tan, Chunnupati Jagadish, & Kylie Catchpole (2020) Over 17% Efficiency Stand‐Alone Solar Water Splitting Enabled by Perovskite‐Silicon Tandem Absorbers, Advanced Energy Materials 10(28) 12808-12815. 
     
  17. Kaveh R. Khalilpour, Ron Pace, & Karimi Faezeh (2020) Retrospective and prospective of the hydrogen supply chain: A longitudinal techno-historical analysis, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 45(59), 34294-34315. 
     
  18. Gordon W. Leslie, David I. Stern, Akshay Shanker, & Michael T. Hogan (2020) Designing Electricity Markets for High Penetration of Zero or Low Marginal Cost Intermittent Energy Sources, Electrical Journal 33(9), 106847.
     
  19. Lifeng Li, Bo Wang, John Pye & Wojiech Lipiński (2020) Temperature-based optical design, optimization and economics of solar polar-field central receiver systems, Applied Energy 206, 1018-1032.
     
  20. Thomas Longden, Simon Quilty, Philip Haywood, Arnagretta Hunter, & Russell Gruen (2020) Heat-related mortality: an urgent need to recognise and record, The Lancet Planetary Health 4(5), e171.
     
  21. Shuhei Nishitateno & Paul J. Burke (2020) Have vehicle registration restrictions improved urban air quality in Japan? Contemporary Economic Policy 38(3), 448-459.
     
  22. Yuan Peng & Xuemei Bai (2020) Financing urban low-carbon transition: The catalytic role of a city-level special fund in Shangahi, Journal of Cleaner Production 282, 124514.
     
  23. Elizabeth L. Ratnam, Kenneth GH Baldwin, Pierluigi Mancarella, Mark Howden, & Leslie Seebeck (2020) Electricity system resilience in a world of increased climate change and cybersecurity risk, The Electricity Journal 33(9), 106833.
     
  24. Astha Sharma & Fiona J. Beck (2021) Quantifying and Comparing Fundamental Loss Mechanisms for Solar Hydrogen Generation, Advanced Energy and Sustainability Research 2(1), 2000039.
     
  25. Qingbo Sun, Larissa Q Huston, Chunguang Tang, Ling-Ling Wei, Leigh R Sheppard, Hua Chen, Terry J Frankcombe, Jodie E Bradby, & Yun Liu (2020) Chemical Synthesis and High Pressure Reaction of Nb5+ Mono-Doped Rutile TiO2 Nanocrystals, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 124, 12808-12815. 
     
  26. Chunguang Tang, Shunxin Fei, David G Lin, & Yun Liu (2020) Natural liquid organic hydrogen carrier with low dehydrogenation energy: A first principles study, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 45(56), 32089-32097.
     
  27. Lee V. White, Reza Fazeli, Wenting Cheng, Emma Aisbett, Fiona J. Beck, Kenneth GH Baldwin, Penelope Howarth, &  Lily O'Neill (2020) Towards emissions certification systems for international trade in hydrogen: the policy challenge of defining boundaries for emissions accounting, Energy 215 (Part A), 119139.
     
  28. Yan Zhang, Xuemei Bai & Franklin P. Mills (2020) Characterizing energy-related  occupant  behavior  in  residential buildings:  Evidence  from  a  survey  in  Beijing,  China, Energy  and  Buildings 214, 109823.

 

2019

  1. Fiona J. Beck (2019) Rational Integration of Photovoltaics for Solar Hydrogen Generation, ACS Applied Energy Materials 2(9), 6395-6403. 
     
  2. Rohan Best & Paul J. Burke (2019) Factors contributing to energy-related financial stress in Australia, Economic Record 95(311), 462-479.
     
  3. Rohan Best, Paul J. Burke, & Shuhei Nishitateno (2019) Evaluating the effectiveness of Australia's Small-scale Renewable Energy Scheme for rooftop solar, Energy Economics 84, 1-11.
     
  4. Rohan Best, Paul J. Burke, & Shuhei Nishitateno (2019) Understanding the determinants of rooftop solar installation: evidence from household surveys in Australia, Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 63(4), 922-939. 
     
  5. Andrew Blakers, Matthew Stocks, Bin Lu, Cheng Cheng, & Ryan Stocks (2019) Pathway to 100% Renewable Electricity, IEEE Journal Photovoltaics 9, 1828-1833.
     
  6. Paul J. Burke & Martin D. Siyaranamual (2019) No one left behind in Indonesia?, Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies 55(3), 269-293.
     
  7. Paul J. Burke, Jinnie Widnyana, Zeba Anjum, Emma Aisbett, Budy Resosudarmo, & Kenneth GH Baldwin (2019) Overcoming barriers to solar and wind energy adoption in two Asian giants: India and Indonesia, Energy Policy 132, 1216-122. 
     
  8. Cheng Cheng, Andrew Blakers, Matthew Stocks, & Bin Lu (2019) Pumped hydro energy storage and 100% renewable electricity for East Asia, Glob. Energy Interconnect 2(5), 387-393.
     
  9. Alireza Rahbari, Ali Shirazi, Mahesh Venkataraman & John Pye (2019) A solar fuel plant via supercritical water gasification integrated with Fischer-Torpsch synthesis: steady state modelling and techno-economic assessment, Energy Conversion and Management 184, 636-648.
     
  10. Ali Shirazi, Alireza Rahbari, C-A Asselineau, & John Pye (2019) A solar fuel plant via supercritical water gasification integrated with Fischer-Tropsch synthesis: system-level dynamic simulation and optimisation, Energy Conversion and Management 192, 71-87.
     
  11. Meixuan Teng, Paul J. Burke, & Hua Liao (2019) The demand for coal among China's rural households: Estimates of price and income elasticities, Energy Economics 80, 928-936. 

 

2018

  1. Ali Rahbari, Mahesh Venkataraman & John Pye (2018) Energy and exergy analysis of concentrated solar supercritical water gasification of algal biomass, Applied Energy 228, 1669-1682.
Page owner: Executive Office