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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2005Technologies, Practices and Polices to Reduce Electricity Consumption in HouseholdsBERTOLDI PAOLO; ATANASIU BogdanArticles in books
2005Tradable Certificates for Energy Savings: Opportunities, Challenges, and Prospects for Integration with other Market Instruments in the Energy SectorBERTOLDI PAOLO; REZESSY Silvia; UERGE-VORSATZ DianaArticles in Journals
2005Tradable Certificates for Renewable Electricity and Energy SavingsBERTOLDI PAOLO; HULD THOMASArticles in Journals
2008Tradable White Certificate Schemes - Fundamental ConceptsBERTOLDI PAOLO; REZESSY SILVIAArticles in Journals
2007Voluntary Agreements for Energy Efficiency: Review and Results of European ExperiencesBERTOLDI PAOLO; REZESSY SilviaArticles in Journals
2013Where to place the saving obligation: Energy end-users or suppliers?BERTOLDI PAOLO; LABANCA NICOLA; REZESSY Silvia; STEUWER Sibyl; OIKONOMOU VlasisArticles in Journals
2007White Certificate Schemes and their Role in Promoting Motor Systems EfficiencyBERTOLDI PAOLOContributions to Conferences
2009White Certificates for the Transport Sector - an Opportunity Not Taken?REZESSY Silvia; BERTOLDI Paolo; JILLIAN Anable; JOCHEM PatrickContributions to Conferences
2005White, Green & Brown Certificates: How to make the most of them?BERTOLDI PAOLO; REZESSY Silvia; LANGNISS Ole; VOOGT MoniqueContributions to Conferences
2005Will Emission Trading Promote End-use Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy ProjectsBERTOLDI PAOLO; REZESSY Silvia; BURER Mary JeanContributions to Conferences
2006Would Emission Trading Promote End-use Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy ProjectsBERTOLDI PAOLO; REZESSY Silvia; BUERER Mary JeanContributions to Conferences
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