PUBLICATIONS

Wind/V2G Publications

Bates, A., Samoteskul, K., Callahan, J., Corbett, J., Kempton, W., Madsen, J., Shriver, G., Dvorak, M., Kenney, R., McCormack, R., Harris, K. Noel, L., and Firestone, J. (2012). Delaware Marine Spatial Planning: Offshore Wind Context. Final Report. Center for Carbon-free Power Integration. (The report identifies existing ocean uses, highlights areas where conflicts with offshore wind development are likely to occur off the coast Delaware.)

From 2010 to mid-2011, CCPI researchers published ten papers related to offshore wind or V2G. Six papers were published in peer review journals, including in Land Economics, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Energies, Energy for Sustainable Development, Transportation Research Part C, Journal of Resource, Energy and Environmental Economics, and PNAS, two book chapters, and two papers in peer-reviewed conference proceedings. Many of these WIND and V2G publications as well as earlier publications can be downloaded directly by going to the relevant publication webpage.

Krueger, A., G. Parsons, and J. Firestone (2011).
Preferences for Offshore Wind Power Development: A Choice Experiment Approach. Land Economics, 87(2): 268-83 (The authors estimate the external costs to coastal and inland residents for offshore wind turbines located at different distances from the coast).

Firestone, J. and J. Kehne, Wind Energy, in Michael Gerrard (ed.) (2011). The Law of Clean Energy: Efficiency and Renewables, American Bar Association. (The book chapter summarizes the current state of law and policy development as it relates to land-based and offshore wind in the US).

Madsen, J., Bates, A., Callahan, J., Firestone, J. (in print). Use of Geospatial Techniques in Planning for Offshore Wind Facilities in J.K. Thakur, S.K. Singh, A. Ramanathan, M.B.K. Prasad, W. Gossel, (eds.) "GEOSPATIAL TECHNIQUES: MANAGING ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES" (Springer and Capital Publication), in print. (The book chapter explores how the gathering, manipulation and interpretation of geospatial data are used in the implementation of marine spatial planning particularly as it relates to potential offshore wind power development).

Kempton, W., Pimenta, F.M., Veron, D.E. & Colle, B.A. (2010). Electric Power from Offshore Wind via Synoptic-scale Interconnection. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (16): 7240-7245. doi: 10.1073/pnas.0909075107. (This article explores the potential benefit in terms of levelizing offshore wind power output if wind power generators were located along the breadth of the United States coast an interconnect using a trunk electric line).

Lilley, M.B., Firestone, J. & Kempton, W. (2010). The Effect of Wind Power Installations on Coastal Tourism. Energies 3(1), 1-22; (special issue on Wind Energy) doi:10.3390/en3010001. (The article analyzes responses of a probability sample of out-of-state tourists at Delaware beaches on the positive and negative effects of a large offshore wind project on visitation).

Wang, H. & Firestone, J. (2010). The Analysis of Country-to-Country CDM Permit Trading using the Gravity Model in International Trade. Energy for Sustainable Development, 14: 6-13 doi:10.1016/j.esd.2009.12.003. (The authors analyze determinants of the location of projects developed under the UNFCCC’s Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) using econometric models based on international trade theory).

Hidrue, M.K., Parsons, G.R., Kempton, W. & Gardner, M.P. (2011). Willingness to Pay for Electric Vehicles and Their Attributes. Journal of Resource, Energy and Environmental Economics. Resource and Energy Economics 33, 686–705. doi:10.1016/j.reseneeco.2011.02.002. (This paper presents a willingness to pay (stated preference) study of electric vehicle choice using data from a national survey; it was ranked as the “hottest” article in “Resource and Energy Economics” for April to June 2011).

Pearre, N.S., Kempton, W., Guensler, R.L. & Elango, V.V. (2011).
Electric Vehicles: How Much Range Is Required for a Day’s Driving? Transportation Research Part C, corrected proof posted online doi:10.1016/j.trc.2010.12.010. (Researchers analyzed daily driving patterns, and from those inferred the range requirements of electric vehicles (EVs) using one full year of high-resolution driving data from about 500 instrumented gasoline vehicles in the US).

Kamboj, S., Kempton, W. & Decker, K. (2011). "Deploying Power Grid-Integrated Electric Vehicles as a Multi-Agent System", published in the Proceedings of the Tenth International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS 2011).

Kamboj, S., Decker, K., Trnka, K., Pearre, N., Kern, C. and Kempton, W. (2010). "Exploring the formation of Electric Vehicle Coalitions for Vehicle-To-Grid Power Regulation", in 2010 AAMAS workshop on Agent Technologies for Energy Systems (ATES@AAMAS 2010).