Other Publications by Eric Martinot

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"Market transformation for energy-efficient products: lessons from programs in developing countries," Sabrina Birner and Eric Martinot, Energy Policy 33(14): 1765-1779 (2005). Copyright 2005 Elsevier Science Ltd. Published PDF available from Science Direct.

The GEF Energy-Efficient Product Portfolio: Emerging Experience and Lessons, Sabrina Birner and Eric Martinot, Global Environment Facility Monitoring and Evaluation Working Paper No. 9 (Washington, DC, 2002). Provides eight program case studies for promoting markets ("market transformation") for efficient lighting, refrigerators, industrial boilers, and building chillers, including program designs, impacts, and lessons and guidance for program designers.

"World Bank energy projects in China: Influences on environmental protection," Eric Martinot, Energy Policy 29(8): 581-594 (2001). Provides a general framework of 15 strategies for reducing environmental impacts of energy in China (looking at energy/environment linkages), and then evaluates World Bank energy projects from 1982-2000 within this framework, analyzing the extent to which projects have contributed to environmental technology and policy. Copyright 2001 Elsevier Science Ltd. Published PDF available from Science Direct.

"Energy efficiency," Eric Martinot and Vladimir Usiyevich, in The New Russia: Transition Gone Awry, Lawrence Klein and Marshall Pomer, eds. (Stanford University Press, 2001), pp. 365-378. Shows how the barriers and constraints to energy efficiency investments in Russia in the 1990s illustrate the errors and unmet needs of economic reform policy in Russia as advocated by Western economists.

Special Report on Methodological and Technological Issues in Technology Transfer, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (Geneva: IPCC, 2000), 432 pp. (Martinot was lead author/co-author of chapters 1, 4, 5, and 16.) A compendium of information written by 200 authors, oriented to technologies for mitigating and adapting to climate change, including overall frameworks, "enabling environments," sector-specific issues, case studies, and policy recommendations.

"Energy-efficient lighting programs: Experience and lessons from eight countries," Eric Martinot and Nils Borg, Energy Policy 26(14): 1071-1081 (1998). Provides information and comparative analysis (cost-effectiveness, market impacts, economic benefits) of efficient lighting programs in Brazil, Denmark, Jamaica, Mexico, Poland, Thailand, and United Kingdom. Copyright 1999 Elsevier Science Ltd. Published PDF available from Science Direct.

"Energy efficiency and renewable energy in Russia: transaction barriers, market intermediation, and capacity building," Eric Martinot, Energy Policy 26(11): 905-915 (1998). Summary of dissertation. Considers potential commercial markets and opportunities, barriers to investment and technology transfer, and ways for market intermediaries and different modes of technology transfer to overcome barriers. Copyright 1998 Elsevier Science Ltd. Published PDF available from Science Direct.

"Energy efficiency and housing-sector transitions in Russia," Eric Martinot, Perspectives in Energy 4(3): 295-310 (1998). Summarizes following reference.

Investments to Improve the Energy Efficiency of Existing Residential Buildings in Countries of the Former Soviet Union, Eric Martinot, Studies of Economies in Transformation No. 24 (Washington, DC: World Bank, 1997), 151 pp. Provides comprehensive synthesis of technical, economic, institutional, policy, and social linkages between transitions of Russia's housing sector and barriers and opportunities for energy efficiency improvements, including district heating system configuration, building ownership and heat metering, and technical measures for efficiency. Copyright 1997 World Bank. Published version available from World Bank Bookstore and Amazon.

"International technology transfer for climate change mitigation and the cases of Russia and China," Eric Martinot, Jonathan Sinton, and Brent Haddad, Annual Review of Energy and the Environment 22: 357-401 (1997). Reviews business, policy, and economic literature on international environmental technology transfer, and looks at the historical context, present-day barriers, and business issues for such transfer with Russia and China. Copyright 1997 Annual Reviews.

Energy: From Fossil Fuels to Sustainable Energy Resources, Juergen Salay et al. (Uppsala, Sweden: Uppsala University, 1997), 52 pp.

"Energy Efficiency Demonstration Zones in Russia/CIS and Eastern Europe: Concepts, Strategies, and Capacity Building," Eric Martinot (Geneva: United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, 1997).

New Directions: Ten Years After Chernobyl: Report and Recommendations to the Leaders of Russia and the G-7 Nations, International Expert Task Force for the Moscow Nuclear Safety Summit (Moscow: Center for Russian Environmental Policy, 1996).

Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy in Russia: Perspectives and Problems of International Technology Transfer and Investment, Eric Martinot, Ph.D. Dissertation, Energy and Resources Group, University of California at Berkeley, 1995, 369 pp. Copyright 1995 Eric Martinot. A summary version of the dissertation was published in Energy Policy, copyright 1998 Elsevier Science Ltd.

"Energy demand and efficiency in Estonia: Structure, potential, and policies," Eric Martinot, Lee Schipper, and Marta Khrushch, Energy Policy 23(3): 217-233 (1995).

The Structure and Efficiency of Energy Use in a Reforming Economy: The Case of Estonia, Lee Schipper, Eric Martinot, Marta Khrushch, Juergen Salay, Claudia Sheinbaum, and Diana Vorsatz (Stockholm Environment Institute, Stockholm, Sweden, and Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Berkeley, CA, 1994), 94 pp.

"Energy efficiency in former Soviet Republics: Opportunities for the West," Lee Schipper and Eric Martinot, International Journal of Global Energy Issues 6(3/4/5): 216-227 (1994).

"Decline and rebirth: Energy demand in the former USSR," Lee Schipper and Eric Martinot, Energy Policy 21(9): 969-977 (1993).

Energy Demand in the Former Soviet Union: Towards Efficiency in 2010, Lee Schipper and Eric Martinot (Berkeley, CA: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, 1992).

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