- concerns about global warming have stimulated an intense and methodologically diverse level of analytical activity aimed ultimately at greater international co–ordination in policy and planning
- simultaneously we are witnessing a worldwide trend away from planned national energy policies to new market structures
Systems Modelling for Energy Policy (D. Bunn & E. Larsen).
The IDEAS Model and Its Use in Developing the US Climate Change Action Plan (F. Wood & J. Geinzer).
Benefits from Electricity Trade in Northern Europe under CO2 Constraints (T. Larsson).
Application and Limitations of Annual Models for Electricity Capacity Development (P. Grohnheit).
The Economics of the CO2 Problem: What About the Supply Side?
(J. Blank & W. Strobele).
The Changing Role of Simulation Models: The Case of the Pacific Northwest Electric System (A. Ford).
Complementary Modelling Approaches for Analysing Several Effects of Privatization on Electricity Investment (D. Bunn, et al.).