David Reiner

University of Cambridge

Trinity Ln

Cambridge, CB2 1TN

United Kingdom

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

5

DOWNLOADS

148

SSRN CITATIONS

2

CROSSREF CITATIONS

0

Scholarly Papers (5)

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The Economic Value of Flexible Ccs in Net-Zero Electricity Systems the Case of the UK

Number of pages: 31 Posted: 12 May 2022
University of Cambridge - Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, University of Cambridge and University of Cambridge
Downloads 59 (674,090)
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CCGT, CCS, unit-commitment, optimization, flexible carbon capture, storage

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Identifying Residential Consumption Patterns Using Data-Mining Techniques: A Large-Scale Study of Smart Meter Data in Chengdu, China

Number of pages: 43 Posted: 04 Oct 2021
Jieyi Kang and David Reiner
University of Cambridge and University of Cambridge
Downloads 33 (850,088)

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Residential electricity, household consumption behaviour, China, Machine learning, smart metering

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Are Consumers Willing to Pay for Industrial Decarbonisation? Evidence from a Discrete Choice Experiment on Green Plastics

Number of pages: 32 Posted: 06 Aug 2022
Victor Ajayi and David Reiner
University of Cambridge - Cambridge Judge Business School and University of Cambridge
Downloads 21 (960,317)

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Bio-based plastics, mixed logit, preferences heterogeneity, discrete choice experiment, willingness to pay, industrial decarbonisation

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The Economic Value of Flexible Ccs in Net-Zero Electricity Systems: The Case of the UK

Number of pages: 30 Posted: 11 Apr 2023
Columbia University, University of Cambridge, University of Cambridge and University of Cambridge
Downloads 19 (980,951)

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CCGT, CCS, unit-commitment, optimization, flexible carbon capture, storage

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Determinants of Public Preferences on Low Carbon Electricity: Evidence from the United Kingdom

Number of pages: 27 Posted: 15 Jun 2023
Juyong Lee and David Reiner
Changwon National University and University of Cambridge
Downloads 16 (1,012,359)
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low carbon energy, nuclear power, renewable energy, variable selection models, public trust, climate change perceptions