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Religion and Political Theory: Secularism, Accommodation and The New Challenges of Religious Diversity, Edited by Jonathan Seglow and Andrew Shorten

Energy Transition Policies and their Dynamics

Policy Analysis
 
Policy Change
 
Energy Policy
 
Panel Number
P116
Panel Chair
Lana Ollier
ETH Zurich
Panel Co-Chair
Johan Lilliestam
Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies (IASS)
Panel Discussant
Johan Lilliestam
Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies (IASS)

Time
04/09/2019 13:00 - 14:40
Location
Building: Institute of Romance Studies Floor: 3rd floor Room: 3.2
Abstract
Despite their increasing cost competitiveness, the continued expansion of renewable energy remains dependent on policy support. Without government intervention, market rules and existing grid infrastructure typically still favor investments in large-scale fossil-based power plants over smaller-scale, fluctuating renewable energy installations. Moreover, the dismantling of renewable energy policies in a number of former pioneer countries indicates that continued policy support is not a foregone conclusion. Against this background, this panel discusses energy transition policies and their interactions with the broader policy field. It explores the role of feedbacks effects and sequencing in determining the effectiveness and durability of such policies in driving a transition toward renewable energy.

Paper List


Title Details
Renewable Energy Auctions: A Global Assessment of Design Elements and their Differential Effects View Paper Details
Sequencing in Multi-Level Governance: Tracing EU Climate and Energy Policy Evolution View Paper Details
Sequencing Instruments in a Policy Mix: The Case of Energy Efficiency in Buildings in Switzerland View Paper Details
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