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ANALYTICAL ASSESSMENT OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY POLICIES: A CASE STUDY OF NORWEGIAN POLICY MAKING

Ismayilov, Tarlan LU (2013) EKHK18 20131
Department of Economic History
Abstract (Swedish)
This study provides a throughout review of Energy Efficiency policies in the Norwegian context. It examines specific policies and instruments which are designed for addressing Energy Efficiency issues. The aim is to grasp the extent and effectiveness of those policy arrangements that might serve as a model for others to learn from. Qualitative and quantitative data collected from evaluation reports and databases show a tendency of overall improvement of Energy Efficiency trends over the last four decades with inconsiderable fluctuations, which are an outcome of external economic factors and less accountable to policy making. Findings also reveal the complex nature of policy assessment and, indicate the need for further detailed research on... (More)
This study provides a throughout review of Energy Efficiency policies in the Norwegian context. It examines specific policies and instruments which are designed for addressing Energy Efficiency issues. The aim is to grasp the extent and effectiveness of those policy arrangements that might serve as a model for others to learn from. Qualitative and quantitative data collected from evaluation reports and databases show a tendency of overall improvement of Energy Efficiency trends over the last four decades with inconsiderable fluctuations, which are an outcome of external economic factors and less accountable to policy making. Findings also reveal the complex nature of policy assessment and, indicate the need for further detailed research on Energy Efficiency policies in different contexts if recommendations from well performers are to be realized. Further research will also allow for a better evaluation of Energy Efficiency policy impacts and deepen knowledge in overall policy evaluation methods. (Less)
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author
Ismayilov, Tarlan LU
supervisor
organization
course
EKHK18 20131
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
Energy Efficiency, Norway, Policy making, Policy assessment, policy effectiveness, petroleum production, CO2 impact
language
English
id
4275962
date added to LUP
2014-01-29 10:03:28
date last changed
2014-01-29 10:03:28
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  abstract     = {This study provides a throughout review of Energy Efficiency policies in the Norwegian context. It examines specific policies and instruments which are designed for addressing Energy Efficiency issues. The aim is to grasp the extent and effectiveness of those policy arrangements that might serve as a model for others to learn from. Qualitative and quantitative data collected from evaluation reports and databases show a tendency of overall improvement of Energy Efficiency trends over the last four decades with inconsiderable fluctuations, which are an outcome of external economic factors and less accountable to policy making. Findings also reveal the complex nature of policy assessment and, indicate the need for further detailed research on Energy Efficiency policies in different contexts if recommendations from well performers are to be realized. Further research will also allow for a better evaluation of Energy Efficiency policy impacts and deepen knowledge in overall policy evaluation methods.},
  author       = {Ismayilov, Tarlan},
  keyword      = {Energy Efficiency,Norway,Policy making,Policy assessment,policy effectiveness,petroleum production,CO2 impact},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {ANALYTICAL ASSESSMENT OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY POLICIES: A CASE STUDY OF NORWEGIAN POLICY MAKING},
  year         = {2013},
}