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Murray Energy Corporation V. Mccarthy, Sarah M. Danno 2017 University of Montana School of Law

Murray Energy Corporation V. Mccarthy, Sarah M. Danno

Public Land and Resources Law Review

Holding that the widespread effects of environmental regulation on the coal industry constituted sufficient importance, the Northern District of West Virginia ordered the Environmental Protection Agency to conduct analysis on employment loss and plant reduction resulting from regulatory effects. In admonishing the EPA’s inaction, the court ruled that the Agency had a non-discretionary duty to evaluate employment and plant reduction. Furthermore, the court held that the EPA’s attempt to put forth general reports in place of required evaluations was an invalid attempt to circumvent its statutory duty.


An 8-Zone Iso-Ne Test System With Physically-Based Wind Power, Wanning Li, Leigh Tesfatsion 2017 Iowa State University

An 8-Zone Iso-Ne Test System With Physically-Based Wind Power, Wanning Li, Leigh Tesfatsion

Economics Working Papers

This study extends the agent-based 8-Zone ISO-NE Test System to include wind turbine agents, each characterized by location, physical type, and an output curve mapping local wind speed into wind power output. Increases in wind power penetration (WPP) are modeled as build-outs of investment queues for planned wind turbine installations. The extended system is used to study the effects of increasing WPP under both stochastic and deterministic day-ahead market (DAM) formulations for security-constrained unit commitment (SCUC).

For each tested WPP, the expected cost saving resulting from a switch from deterministic to stochastic DAM SCUC is found to display a U-shaped ...


Concluding Remarks, Craig Eason 2017 Fathom Maritime Intelligence

Concluding Remarks, Craig Eason

MARENER 2017

No abstract provided.


Innovation For Low Carbon Shipping: An Innovation System In The Making, Jonathan Köhler 2017 Fraunhofer ISI

Innovation For Low Carbon Shipping: An Innovation System In The Making, Jonathan Köhler

MARENER 2017

This paper uses an analysis of stakeholders in the shipping industry to assess the potential for low carbon ships to enter trades such as tankers and bulkers and to trigger a sustainability transition in maritime transport. An innovation system must perform innovation functions: development, entrepreneurship, deployment of resources and legitimation successfully in order to develop. The developments in LNG are compared to wind assistance technologies and an assessment of possible transitions pathways made. LNG is devloping an effective innovation system. LNG ships are being build and classed and are now in operation. However, infrastructure is still limited an the technology ...


Commercial Wind Propulsion Solutions: Putting The ‘Sail’ Back Into 'Sailing', Gavin Allwright 2017 IWSA

Commercial Wind Propulsion Solutions: Putting The ‘Sail’ Back Into 'Sailing', Gavin Allwright

MARENER 2017

No abstract provided.


Security Dimension Of The Maritime Energy Management: A Naval Perspective, Burak Seker, Dimitrios Dalaklis Prof. 2017 Turkish Armed Forces

Security Dimension Of The Maritime Energy Management: A Naval Perspective, Burak Seker, Dimitrios Dalaklis Prof.

MARENER 2017

In a strategic environment that is increasingly shaped by the forces of glo­balization, the navies need to be prepared for a wide range of contingencies. Many of these contingencies will arise from challenges that have little in common with traditional notions of security: cyber attacks can cause massive damage without a single shot being fired; terrorist attacks can have a psychological impact that far outweighs their immediate physical effect; the proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction can lead to unpredict­able power shifts; and other threats to secured energy management.

Energy is essential for virtually all aspects of modern ...


Seafarers And Energy Efficient Ships: One Step Ahead!, Mohab Abou Elkawam 2017 Liverpool John Moores University

Seafarers And Energy Efficient Ships: One Step Ahead!, Mohab Abou Elkawam

MARENER 2017

No abstract provided.


Developing A Strategy For Lng Powered Transport Corridors In The Baltic Sea Region, Josefin Madjidian 2017 World Maritime University

Developing A Strategy For Lng Powered Transport Corridors In The Baltic Sea Region, Josefin Madjidian

MARENER 2017

No abstract provided.


Energy Efficient Operations Of Warships: Perspective Of The Indian Navy, Amit Batra, Rohit Prakash 2017 IHQ MoD(Navy), India

Energy Efficient Operations Of Warships: Perspective Of The Indian Navy, Amit Batra, Rohit Prakash

MARENER 2017

No abstract provided.


A Marine Cadastre To Manage Conflict Use And Facilitate Marine Renewable Energy, Séverine Michalak 2017 World Maritime University

A Marine Cadastre To Manage Conflict Use And Facilitate Marine Renewable Energy, Séverine Michalak

MARENER 2017

No abstract provided.


Understanding The Social And Human Dimension Of Energy Management In Shipping, Martin Viktorelius 2017 Chalmers University of Technology

Understanding The Social And Human Dimension Of Energy Management In Shipping, Martin Viktorelius

MARENER 2017

No abstract provided.


Techno-Economic Approach For Solar Energy Concept Onboard Marine Vehicles, Ibrahim S. Seddiek 2017 Arab Academy for Science, Technology & Maritime Transport

Techno-Economic Approach For Solar Energy Concept Onboard Marine Vehicles, Ibrahim S. Seddiek

MARENER 2017

No abstract provided.


A Decision Support System For Energy Efficient Propulsion, Mustafa Insel 2017 Hidroteknik

A Decision Support System For Energy Efficient Propulsion, Mustafa Insel

MARENER 2017

Energy efficiency measures for cargo ships can be categorized into design and operation. Most of the design measures are based on hull form optimization, propulsion system selection and speed optimization. Operational measures are mainly based on selecting the optimized speed, trim, propeller pitch and rpm for energy efficiency. These measures should be applied onboard according to the loading conditions and weather conditions, such as wave height, period and direction, wind speed and direction. The variety of alternatives requires an online decision support system as the alternatives cannot be placed in a simple guideline or booklet. Such operational decision support systems ...


The Analysis Of Non-Conformities With The Objective Of Improving Ship Energy Efficiency, Özcan Arslan, Elif Bal Beşikçi, Fırat Bolat, Koray Yaş 2017 Istanbul Technical University

The Analysis Of Non-Conformities With The Objective Of Improving Ship Energy Efficiency, Özcan Arslan, Elif Bal Beşikçi, Fırat Bolat, Koray Yaş

MARENER 2017

No abstract provided.


Will The World Be Better With The Exploitation Of Ocean Energy?, Latifa Martini 2017 Islamic University of Indonesia

Will The World Be Better With The Exploitation Of Ocean Energy?, Latifa Martini

MARENER 2017

No abstract provided.


Smart Ships - Paradigm Shift Withdata Analytics, Dimitrios Konovessis, Sew Kait Thong 2017 Singapore Institute of Technology

Smart Ships - Paradigm Shift Withdata Analytics, Dimitrios Konovessis, Sew Kait Thong

MARENER 2017

No abstract provided.


Fuel Saving In Coastal Areas, Karina Hjelmervik, Svend Nordby 2017 World Maritime University

Fuel Saving In Coastal Areas, Karina Hjelmervik, Svend Nordby

MARENER 2017

No abstract provided.


Plenary Session 3. Recent Developments In Marine Anti-Fouling Coatings With An Emphasis On Energy Efficiency, Mehmet Atlar 2017 University of Strathclyde

Plenary Session 3. Recent Developments In Marine Anti-Fouling Coatings With An Emphasis On Energy Efficiency, Mehmet Atlar

MARENER 2017

No abstract provided.


Plenary Session 3, Johan Röstin 2017 Copenhagen Malmö Port AB

Plenary Session 3, Johan Röstin

MARENER 2017

No abstract provided.


Life Cycle Assessment Of Marine Coatings Applied To Ship Hulls, Yigit Kemal Demirel 2017 University of Strathclyde, Glasgow

Life Cycle Assessment Of Marine Coatings Applied To Ship Hulls, Yigit Kemal Demirel

MARENER 2017

No abstract provided.


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