Economics for Energy
is a private research center that applies economic analysis to energy issues. The center is originally constituted as a non-profit private association participated by universities, foundations and firms.
of Economics for Energy
is to create knowledge in the field of energy economics, and to transfer this knowledge effectively to society, informing, guiding and advising public and private decision makers.
The creation of knowledge
is achieved by conducting research projects, by postgraduate training and with a postdoctoral research program. All research activities are conducted with the highest academic rigor and lead to academic publications
. The research lines of Economics for Energy
- Economic analysis of energy demand
- Economics of innovation in the energy sector
- Economic evaluation of energy and environmental policies
- Economics of energy security
- Long-term energy and regulatory prospective
The transfer of knowledge
is carried out through specific reports
and the organization of seminars and workshops
on relevant issues related to the economics of energy, involving representatives of companies, institutions and academics. Economics for Energy
also promotes a blog
to inform and discuss on current issues in the economics of energy.
To carry out its objectives, Economics for Energy
is directed by two university professors and relies on a team
of senior academic affiliates and pre-doctoral and post-doctoral researchers. The center promotes cooperation agreements with similar leading research centers
across the world.