Cambridge Working Papers in Economics (CWPE)
About this collection
Cambridge Working Papers in Economics (CWPE) is a new series of papers from the Faculty of Economics and the Department of Applied Economics. It supersedes the DAE Working Paper series.
Please note the Working Papers often represent early stages in the presentation of research findings, and should not be quoted without permission.
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A novel machine learning approach for identifying the drivers of domestic electricity users’ price responsiveness (Faculty of Economics, 2018-08-16)Time-based pricing programs for domestic electricity users have been effective in reducing peak demand and facilitating renewables integration. Nevertheless, high cost, price non-responsiveness and adverse selection may ...
(Faculty of Economics, 2018-08-16)Increasing distributed generation and intermittency, along with the increasing frequency of extreme weather events, pose a serious challenge supply security in the electric power sector. Understanding the costs of interruption ...
(Faculty of Economics, 2018-08-16)Policies towards fuel poverty often use relative or absolute measures. The effectiveness of the official indicators in identifying fuel poor households and assessing its impact on health is an emerging social policy issue. ...
(Faculty of Economics, 2018-08-15)Estimating the worth of continuity of electricity supply is of interest to industry, governments, regulators and the research community. There are numerous methods to calculate the Customer Interruption Costs (CICs). Each ...