Phase IISee the online UKERC publication database.
Barker, T. and T. Foxon (2008) Scenarios and Sensitivities on Long-term UK Carbon Reductions using the UK, Climate Policy (In press).
Barker, T. and T. Foxon (2008) The Macro-economic Rebound Effect and the UK Economy, UKERC Research Report, 2008 (1).Strachan N., R. Kannan and S. Pye (2008) Costs and uncertainties of long-term reduction in UK carbon emissions, UKERC Research Report, 2008 (1).
Bonilla, D., and T. Foxon, (2008) The Demand for New Car Fuel Economy of Gasoline and Diesel in the UK. Journal of Transport Economics and Policy (in press)
Strachan, N, S. Pye and N. Hughes (2008) International Drivers of a UK Evolution to a Low Carbon Society, Climate Policy (in press)
Strachan, N and R. Kannan (2008) Hybrid Modelling of Long-Term Carbon Reduction Scenarios for the UK, Energy Economics (in press)
Strachan, N, T, Foxon, and J Fujino (2008) Policy Implications from Modelling Long Term Scenarios for Low Carbon Societies, Climate Policy (in press)
Barker T. et al (2007) Climate Change 2007: Mitigation. Contribution of Working Group III to the Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Cambridge University Press.
Barker, T. and J. Rubin (2007) Macroeconomic Effects of Climate Policies for Road Transport: Efficiency Agreements Versus Fuel Taxation for the UK, 2000-2010, Transportation Research Record, Transportation Research Board, National Research Council, volume 2017:54-60.
Barker, T., P. Ekins and T. Foxon (2007) The macroeconomic rebound effect and the UK economy, Energy Policy, Vol.35, No.10, October, pp. 4935-4946.
Barker, T., P. Ekins and T. Foxon (2007), Macroeconomic effects of efficiency policies for energy-intensive industries: the case of the UK Climate Change Agreements, 2000-2010, Energy Economics, special issue 'Modelling of industrial energy consumption', Vol.29 No.4, pp.760-778
Barker, T., S. Junankar, H. Pollitt and P. Summerton (2007) Carbon leakage from unilateral environmental tax reforms in Europe, 1995-2005, Energy Policy 35, 6281–6292
Ekins P., R. Kannan and N. Strachan (2007) The Structure and Use of the UK MARKAL Model, SEEC International handbook on the economics of energy, University of Surrey.
Foxon, T. and P. Pearson (2007), ' Towards Improved Policy Processes for Promoting Innovation in Renewable Electricity Technologies in the UK, Energy Policy Vol 35, No.3, pp 1539-1550
Kannan R. and N. Strachan (2007) Comparison of long-term final energy demand and CO2 emissions projection – analysis from the UK MARKAL and other housing stock models, Applied Energy (submitted)
Köhler, J., T. Barker, H. Pan, P. Agnolucci, P. Ekins, T. Foxon, D. Anderson, S. Winne, P. Dewick, M. Miozzo and K. Green (2007), 'New Lessons for Technology Policy and Climate Change: Investment for Innovation', Climate Policy (in press)
Strachan N. and R. Kannan (2007) Quantifying technological and economic implications of long term carbon reduction scenarios for the UK, presented at 9th IAEE European Conference, Florence
Strachan, N, N. Balta-Ozkan, R. Kannan, N. Hughes, K. McGeevor, D. Joffe (2007) State-of-the-art modelling of hydrogen infrastructure development for the UK: Geographical, temporal and technological optimisation modelling, Final Report on Modelling Methodology and Modelling Outputs for Department for Transport, London
Strachan, N. (2007) Setting Greenhouse Gas Emission Targets Under Baseline Uncertainty: The Bush Climate Change Initiative. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, Volume 12, Number 4, pp. 455-470.
Köhler, J., T. Barker, D. Anderson and H. Pan (2006), 'Combining energy technology dynamics and macro-econometrics: the E3MG model', The Energy Journal Special Issue on bottom-up and top-down modelling 2006, pp. 113-133
Barker, T., H. Pan, J. Köhler, R. Warren and S. Winne (2005). Avoiding dangerous climate change by inducing technological progress: scenarios using a large-scale econometric model', chapter 38 in Schellnhuber, H. J. et al. (Eds.) Avoiding Dangerous Climate Change, Cambridge University Press