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Editorial notice on the review process 

As part of our ongoing effort to safeguard the scientific quality of our journal, the editorial board detected administrative shortcomings in the review procedure for two 2014 issues and one 2015 issue. As a result of this administrative deficiency we were unable to trace the authors of some review reports. 

In order to remedy this shortcoming the editorial board and the publisher decided to re-evaluate all concerned articles by anonymous external reviewers. The review confirmed that all published articles met academic standards. At the same time, we have adjusted our administrative review procedures in order to avoid similar incidents in the future. Unfortunately, this resulted in a delay of our publication scheme for the second and third issue of 2015. We would like to express our sincere apologies to our authors and readers. 

 



Results ( 4 ) : 2016 - 2.


Integrating Stakeholders into the Governance of Data Exchange from Smart Metering

Authors: M. Buchmann

Abstract: The electricity supply chain is changing due to the integration of renewable energies. Two developments are in the focus of this paper: First, the emergence of third parties and second, the requirement for information management (i.e. the managemen...


Overcoming Barriers to Electrical Energy Storage: Comparing California and Europe

Authors: F. Castellano Ruz, M.G. Pollitt

Abstract: Multiple market drivers suggest that electrical energy storage (EES) systems are going to be essential for future power systems within the next decade. However, the deployment of the technology is proceeding at very different rates around the world...


Calling vs. Receiving Party Pays: Market Penetration and the Importance of Call Externalities

Authors: T. Majer, M. Pistollato

Abstract: We provide a theoretical framework to analyse how the level of mobile termination rates (MTRs) affects market penetration. We compare market penetration and welfare between the Calling Party Pays (CPP) and the Receiving Party Pays (RPP) regimes. In...


How do Network Companies seek Legitimacy for Public Value Trade Offs? The Case of Injecting Biogas

Authors: B. Steenhuisen, M. De Bruijne

Abstract: Network companies fulfill a critical role in the energy transition. This article provides an empirical study of this role of a Dutch national gas network company connecting a biogas producer. This project requires choices about many intertwined tec...