J . M . W . Rhys

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ii The contents of this paper are the authors' sole responsibility. They do not necessarily represent the views of the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies or any of its members. This publication may be reproduced in part for educational or non-profit purposes without special permission from the copyright holder, provided acknowledgment of the source is(More)
This paper questions whether UK competitive electricity markets, as currently configured, will deliver the low carbon power sector that is a necessary condition of meeting ambitious UK CO2 emission targets. It analyses their historical development within an essentially fossil based system, and potential weaknesses in relation to low carbon investments.(More)
Table 1: Comparison of sum of cluster densities for MDS Peeling+DPRP and for the best of 10 Density-FM runs. Results for avq.small benchmark using Density-FM would require many days of SPARC-10 time. Bounded Size Maximum Density Subhyper-graph (BMDS) problem : Given a hypergraph H(V; E) and an integer B, nd the subhypergraph of H with maximum density and(More)
..................................................................................................................................................iii Acknowledgements ................................................................................................................................ iv 1. Origins of the ‘Standard Model’ of Electricity Reform(More)
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