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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2007Accounting for Electricity Consumption in Buildings and Evaluating the Saving Potential: What Have We Achieved and How Much More Can We SaveATANASIU CONSTANTIN BOGDAN; BERTOLDI PAOLO; REZESSY Silvia; DE ALMEIDA AnibalContributions to Conferences
2005Are Voluntary Agreements an Effective Energy Policy Instrument? Insights and ExperisBERTOLDI PAOLO; REZESSY Silvia; PERSSON AgnetaContributions to Conferences
2007Assessment of White Certificate Schemes and their Energy Saving Evaluation MethodsBERTOLDI PAOLO; REZESSY SilviaContributions to Conferences
2006Assessment of White Certificate Schemes and Their Integration into the Carbon MarketsBERTOLDI PAOLO; REZESSY Silvia; PAVAN MarcellaContributions to Conferences
2008Assessment of White Certificate Schemes in EuropeBERTOLDI PAOLO; REZESSY SILVIAContributions to Conferences
2008Bringing End-use Energy Efficiency to the European Emissions Trading Scheme - Outlook for the Third Trading PeriodREZESSY SILVIA; BERTOLDI PAOLO; VOOGT MoniqueContributions to Conferences
2005Electricity End-Use in Buildings: a Survey of New Member States and Candidate CountriesBERTOLDI PAOLO; ATANASIU CONSTANTIN BOGDAN; REZESSY Silvia; URGE-VORSATZ DianaContributions to Conferences
2006Energy Service Companies in European Countries: Current Status and a Strategy to Foster Their DevelopmentBERTOLDI PAOLO; REZESSY Silvia; VINE EdArticles in Journals
2010Energy Service Companies Market in Europe - Status Report 2010MARINO ANGELICA; BERTOLDI Paolo; REZESSY SilviaEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2005Energy Servies Companies in Europe: Assembling the Puzzle - Preliminary Analysis of Results to Date from the First European ESCO DatabaseBERTOLDI PAOLO; REZESSY Silvia; DUPONT Maxime; ADNOT JeromeContributions to Conferences
2010Energy Supplier Obligations and White Certificate Schemes - Comparative Analysis of Experiences in the European UnionBERTOLDI Paolo; REZESSY Silvia; LEES Eoin; BAUDRY Paul; JEANDEL Alexandre; LABANCA NicolaArticles in Journals
2009Feed-in Tariff for Energy Saving - Thinking of the DesignBERTOLDI Paolo; REZESSY Silvia; OIKONOMOU Vlasis; BOZA KISS BenignaContributions to Conferences
2007Latest Developments of the ESCO Industry across EuropeKISS Benigna; BERTOLDI PAOLO; REZESSY SilviaContributions to Conferences
2006Liberating the Power of Energy Services and ESCOs in a Liberalised Energy MarketBERTOLDI PAOLO; REZESSY Silvia; HINNELS MarkContributions to Conferences
2007Mission Possible: Bringing End-Use Energy Efficiency to the European Emissions Trading SchemeREZESSY Silvia; BERTOLDI PAOLO; VOOGT MoniqueContributions to Conferences
2013Rewarding energy savings rather than energy efficiency: Exploring the concept of a feed-in tariff for energy savingsBERTOLDI PAOLO; REZESSY Silvia; OIKONOMOU VlasisArticles in Journals
2011A snapshot of the European energy service market in 2010 and policy recommendations to foster a further market developmentMARINO ANGELICA; BERTOLDI PAOLO; REZESSY Silvia; KISS BenignaArticles in Journals
2007A Step into the Unknown - Feed-in Tariff for Energy SavingBERTOLDI PAOLO; REZESSY SilviaContributions to Conferences
2007A Step into the Unknown: Feed-in Tariff for Energy SavingBERTOLDI PAOLO; REZESSY SilviaContributions to Conferences
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
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