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Sustainable Development and Planning Optimization Related to the Energy Power Market

A special issue of Sustainability (ISSN 2071-1050). This special issue belongs to the section "Energy Sustainability".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 October 2024 | Viewed by 1489

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Energy and Electricity Research Center, Jinan University, Zhuhai 519070, China
Interests: energy electricity market; energy planning optimization; energy economy and energy policy

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School of Economics, Beijing Wuzi University, Beijing 101149, China
Interests: carbon peak and neutrality research; regional energy environment economy; electricity economy and market

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School of Economics and Management, China University of Geosciences, Wuhan 430074, China
Interests: energy management; energy economics and energy market; energy policy

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School of Economics and Management, North China Electric Power University, Beijing 102206, China
Interests: energy management; energy economics and energy market; energy policy

Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

With the shortage of fossil fuels, environmental pollution, energy security and other issues becoming increasingly prominent, energy security and sustainable development has become the focus of countries around the world. Energy power market has become a key area of research. The energy power market can promote the sustainable development of energy, meet energy demands and realize the coordinated development of economy, society and the environment, which are necessary considerations for energy planning optimization. At present, with the proposal of  Carbon Peak and Carbon Neutral and a high proportion of new energy sources, the energy power market is in a stage of rapid change and transformation. Urgent problems to be solved include methods of establishing a sustainable energy power market to realize the safe and efficient operation of the energy system, and methods of optimizing energy planning under the consideration of energy power market factor. For example, due to the transformation of the energy power market and imperfect top-level planning, the coordinated development of the electrical energy market and reasonable carbon/hydrogen markets has not yet been established. Further, the adaptability of energy planning optimization to the energy power market factor needs to be further improved. Therefore, it is necessary to carry out research on the sustainable development of energy power market and energy planning optimization under considering energy power market. This Special Issue is dedicated to the sustainable development of the energy power market and planning optimization. We welcome articles and review studies on topics including, but not limited to:

  • Sustainable development paths or sustainability assessment for energy power market;
  • Energy market construction in new power systems;
  • Coupling of the electricity market, carbon market and hydrogen market;
  • Energy planning optimization theory considering energy trading;
  • Energy trading theory in integrated energy systems;
  • Multi-criteria decision-making method in energy power market construction or energy planning optimization;
  • Blueprint for the development of energy power market or energy planning optimization

We look forward to receiving your contributions.

Dr. Yiming Ke
Dr. Yaxian Wang
Dr. Fengtao Guang
Dr. Fangtong Liu
Guest Editors

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Keywords

  • sustainable development
  • sustainability assessment
  • energy power market
  • planning optimization
  • sizing configuration
  • evaluation system
  • blueprint

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The Study of Carbon Neutralization Effects with Green Credit: Evidence from a Panel Data Analysis for Interprovinces in China
by Jie Jiao, Jiyuan Zhang, Jie Yang, Wenwen Zhang, Fengtao Guang and Liying Liu
Sustainability 2023, 15(17), 13267; https://doi.org/10.3390/su151713267 - 4 Sep 2023
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Giving full play to carbon emission reduction of green credits is essential to achieve carbon neutrality. According to low-carbon pilot policies and the condition of industrial transfer, this paper first sorts those provinces into different research zones. The zones are as follows: (Ⅰ) [...] Read more.
Giving full play to carbon emission reduction of green credits is essential to achieve carbon neutrality. According to low-carbon pilot policies and the condition of industrial transfer, this paper first sorts those provinces into different research zones. The zones are as follows: (Ⅰ) the first and second batch of low-carbon municipalities and the first batch of pilot provinces (L1) and other provinces (L2) and (Ⅱ) strong industry transfer-out zone (STR), weak industry transfer-out zone (WTR), and industrial transfer-in area (TIR). Then, we employ a dynamic panel data model and systematic GMM (SYS-GMM) approach to empirically test the impact of green credit and nongreen credit on carbon emissions. Further, this paper analyzes how to coordinate two types of credits to achieve carbon neutrality. The results show that, first, at the national level, the nexus of green credit and carbon emissions with an inverted U-shaped curve and the current impact of green credit is still in the first half of the inverted U-shaped stage. The achievement of carbon neutrality is associated with the ratio structure of green credit to nongreen credit and the scale of green credit. Second, the achievement of carbon neutrality is with regional heterogeneity. The achievement of carbon neutrality is associated with the scale of green credit in L2 and TIR, but also with the ratio structure of nongreen credit to green credit in L2 and STR. However, the carbon neutralization effects with green credit are insignificant in L1 WTR. Finally, based on those conclusions, this paper puts forwards some suggestions to provide references for the policy formulation of green credits and carbon neutrality. Full article
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