Energy and the Environment

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"Energy and the Environment", ESENA, April 26, 2005, https://nautilus.org/esena/energy-and-the-environment/

Asian Energy Security

The Nautilus Institute
Asian Energy Security Workshop 2005

Asian Energy Security Workshop 2004


East Asia Energy Futures

David Von Hippel, The Nautilus Institute
Summary Report of the East Asia Energy Futures Project Activities and Accomplishments( )

David Von Hippel and Peter Hayes, The Nautilus Institute
Two Scenarios of Nuclear Power and Nuclear Waste Production in Northeast Asia ( )

Dr. Hossein Razavi The World Bank
Innovative Approaches to Financing Environmentally Sustainable Energy Development in Northeast Asia ( )

David Von Hippel, The Nautilus Institute
Global Dimensions of Energy Growth Projections in Northeast Asia ( )

Lyuba Zarsky, The Nautilus Institute
Energy and the Environment in Asia-Pacific: Regional Cooperation and Market Governance

David Von Hippel and Peter Hayes, The Nautilus Institute
The Prospects For Energy Efficiency Improvements in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea: Evaluating and Exploring the Options ( )

David Von Hippel and Peter Hayes, The Nautilus Institute
DPRK Energy Sector: Current Status and Scenarios for 2000 and 2005 ( )

Aling Zhang, Lin Shi, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
Prospects for and impacts of diversifying fuel use away from coal ( )

Shaoxiong Xie
Review of Assumptions as to Changes in the Electricity Generation Sector in Nautilus Institute’s Clean Coal Scenarios Report ( )

Zulin Shi and Yugao Xu, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

The Impacts of China’s Accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO) on ChinaÂ’s Energy Sector ( )

Shuhua Gu and Wenqiang Liu, Institute for Techno-Economics and Energy System Analysis (ITEESA), Beijing, China
The Role of Renewable Energy Options in China’s Present and Future Energy System ( )

Qingyi Wang, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

Coal Industry in China: Evolvement and Prospects ( )

Weidou Ni, Zheng Li, and Yuan Xue, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

National Energy Futures Analysis and Energy Security Perspectives in China ( )

Fengqi Zhou, Energy Research Institute State Development Planning Commission, China
Discussion of Macro Assumptions in the Future Evolution of the Chinese Energy System and the Impact of Energy Security Considerations on Planning ( )

David Von Hippel, The Nautilus Institute

Modeling of Clean-Coal Scenarios for China: Progress Report and Initial Results ( )

Woo Jin Chung, Korea Energy Economics Institute Republic of Korea
National Energy Futures Analysis and Energy Security Perspectives in the Republic of Korea ( )

Eui-Soon Shin, Professor Department of Economics, Yonsei University Seoul, Korea
Energy Futures and Acid Rain Problems in Northeast Asia – Perspective of the Republic of Korea ( )

Victor Kalashnikov, Khabarovsk Economic Research Institute Far Eastern Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences
National Energy Futures Analysis and Energy Security Perspectives in the Russian Far East ( )

Presented at the Nautilus Institute Workshop on Trade and Environment in Asia-Pacific: Prospects for Regional Cooperation
International Cooperation for the Sustainable Development of the Russian Far East

Jason Hunter, Nautilus Institute
The Tumen River Area Development Program, Transboundary Water Pollution, and Environmental Security in Northeast Asia

Tatsujiro Suzuki, Senior Research Scientist, Central Research Institute of the Electric Power Industry, Japan
Energy Security and the Role of Nuclear Power in Japan ()

Tatsujiro Suzuki, Senior Research Scientist, Central Research Institute of the Electric Power Industry, Japan

National Energy Futures Analysis and Energy Security Perspectives in Japan ( )

Michael Margolick, Ph.D., Nai Kun Wind Development, Inc.

Wind Energy Technology Trends and Applications in East Asia Michael Margolick ()

David Von Hippel, The Nautilus Institute
The DPRK Energy Sector: Current Status And Options For The Future ()

Jungmin Kang
Update on Energy Sector Activities and Plans in the Republic of Korea ()

Hoseok Kim
The Application of the LEAP Software Tool to Energy Sector Analysis in the Republic of Korea ()

Aling Zhang and Yanjia Wang, Tsinghua University, China
Update on Energy Sector Activities and Plans in China ()

Kevin (Jian Jun) Tu
Modeling China’s Energy Future with Application of CIMS ()

Victor Kalashnikov, Economic Research Institute FEB RAS
Alexander Ognev, Vostokenergo-RAO EES Rossii, Khabarovsk, Russia
Update on Energy Sector Activities and Plans in the Russian Far East ()

Victor Kalashnikov, Alexander Ognev, and Ruslan Gulidov
The Application of the LEAP Software Tool The to Energy Sector Analysis in the Far East: Progress Report ()

Masami Nakata, Junichiro Oda, Charles Heaps and David Von Hippel For WWF-Japan

Carbon Dioxide Emissions Reduction Potential in JapanÂ’s Power Sector – Estimating Carbon Emissions Avoided by a Fuel-Switch Scenario ()

Kae Takase and Tatsujiro Suzuki
Energy Update in Japan ()

David Von Hippel, The Nautilus Institute
Application Of Leap In Japan: The “Power Switch” Energy Path ()

Shagdar Batryenchin

Current Status of the Energy Sector in Mongolia (Presentation) ()

Shagdar Batryenchin
Current Status of the Energy Sector in Mongolia (Paper) ()

Rebecca Ghanadan
Questioning Inevitability of Energy Pathways: Alternative Energy Scenarios for California ()

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East Asia Power Grid Interconnection

Karsten Neuhoff, University of Cambridge
Economic Considerations: An overview & background on power markets and pricing principles, with focus on international trading, institutional considerations for international electricity trade ()

David Streets, Decision and Information Sciences Division, Argonne National Laboratory

Environmental Aspects of Electricity Grid Interconnection in Northeast Asia ()

David Von Hippel, The Nautilus Institute
Costs & Benefits of Power Grid Connection ()

Hyo-Sun Kim, Korea Gas Corporation
Application of the Kyoto Mechanisms in Power Grid Interconnection in Northeast Asia ()

John H. Bickel, Evergreen Safety and Reliability Technologies, LLC
Grid Stability and Safety Issues Associated with Nuclear Power Plants ()

L. A. Koshcheev, St-Petersburg, High Voltage Direct Current Power Transmission Research Institute
Basic principles of interstate electrical power links organization in Northeast Asia region ()

Ri Gyong Nam, A researcher, Pyongyang Electric Power Design Institute

National perspectives from the NEA region: Democratic People’s Republic of Korea ()

Dong -wookKorea Park, Electrotechnology Research Institute (KERI)
National perspectives from the Northeast Asian region: Republic of Korea ()

Jong-Keun Park, School of Electrical Eng., Seoul National University, Korea
Power Generation & Stability Issues in the Republic of Korea: Constraints & choices for interconnection of power grids ()

Xiaoxin Zhou, Electric Power Research Institute, China
National perspectives from the Northeast Asian region: China ()

Weichun Ge, Liaoning Electric Power Co., Ltd.
Local Perspectives on Power Grid Interconnection in Northeast Asia: Background and Perspectives from Liaoning Province, China ()

Fumio Arakawa, Global Engineering Institute, Inc., Japan

Power Grid Interconnection in Northeast Asia: Background and Perspectives from the Electric Power Companies in Japan ()

Yasumasa Fujii, The University of Tokyo, Japan
National perspectives from the NEA region: Japan ()

Sergei Podkovalnikov, Energy Systems Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, Siberian Branch, Russia
National perspectives from the Northeast Asian region: Far East Russia ()

Sergei Podkovalnikov, Energy Systems Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, Siberian Branch, Russia
Study for Russia, Democratic People Republic of Korea, Republic of Korea and China Power Interconnection: Analysis of Current Status ()

DPRK Delegation
The Potential Impact of the Inter State Electric Ties in North East Asia on Environment ()

David von Hippel and Jim Williams, The Nautilus Institute
Environmental Issues for Regional Power Systems in Northeast Asia ()

Jim Williams, The Nautilus Institute
International Best Practices for Assessing and Reducing the Environmental Impacts of High-Voltage Transmission Lines ()

Lev Koshcheev
Environmental Characteristics of HVDC Overhead Transmission Lines ()

David Streets, Argonne National University, USA
Environmental Benefits of Electricity Grid Interconnections in Northeast Asia ()

DPRK Delegation

The Prospect of Electrical Energy Development in DPRK and Regional Co-operation in North-East Asia ()

N. D. Gamolya
Environmental Problems of Power Transmission Between Russia and the Korean People’s Democratic Republic ()

Cheol Suhmoon and Jong-Young Hwang, Korea Electric Power Corporation
Codes, Practices, and Regulations for Major Power Line Construction and Operation in the Republic of Korea, with a Focus on Environmental Protection ()

Jungmin Kang, Nuclear Engineering, Korea
Environmental Impacts and Benefits of Regional Power Grid Interconnections for the Republic of Korea: Potential Impacts on Nuclear Power Generation and Nuclear Waste Production ()

Jae-young Yoon, Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute (KERI)
Environmental Impacts and Benefits of Regional Power Grid Interconnections for the Republic of Korea ()

V. Karakin, WWF Russian Far East Branch
Tumen River Downstream Ecological Problems ()

Andrew Gerasimov and Lev Koshcheev, St-Petersburg, High Voltage Direct Current Power Transmission Research Institute, Russia
Environmental, Technical, and Safety Codes, Laws, and Practices Related to Power Line Construction in the Russian Federation ()

Sergei Podkovalnikov, Energy Systems Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, Siberian Branch, Russia
Environmental Impacts and Benefits of Regional Power Grid Interconnections for the Russian Far East I: Generation and Fuel-Supply-related Impacts ()

Alexander Sheingauz
The Environment of, and Environmental Regulations in, the Russian Far East (RFE) ()

Fahua Zhu, State Power Environmental Protection Research Institute of China
Environmental Impacts and Benefits of Regional Power Grid Interconnections for China ()

Xin He, State Grid Corporation of China
The Development and Status of the Power Grid in China, and International Cooperation for Grid Integration in Northeast Asia ()

Yong Zhao, Tsinghua University, China
Environmental, Technical, and Safety Codes, Laws, and Practices Related to Power Line Construction in China ()

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David Von Hippel,The nautilus institute
Illustrative Alternative Energy Paths for the DPRK (Powepoint file)

David Von Hippel, The nautilus institute
The DPRK Energy Sector: Estimates of Recent Trends (Powepoint file)

Liqin Shao, The Department of High and New Technology, China
Research Programs for Electric Power Science and Technology in China (Powepoint file)

Guangyao wei, State Power Corporation of China
To Achieve Sustainable Development of Chinese Power Industry Through Power Transmission from West to East, Nationwide Interconnection, Restructuring and Introducing Competition (Powerpoint file)

Dong-wook Park
Activities and Future Plan of R. O. Korea For North-east Asia System Interconnection(Powerpoint file)

Alexander Ognev
Export of the Electric Power from Far East of Russia (Powerpoint file)

Xiaoxin Zhou, China Electric Power Research Institute
Power Grid Interconnections in China 2001-2002 (Powerpoint file)

Sergei Podkovalnikov, Energy Systems Institute, Russia
“RFE-DPRK-RK” Power Grid Interconnection (Powerpoint file)

Boris Dynkin, Far Eastern State Transport University
Comments on the Regional Railroad Network and Power Grid Interconnection ()

John H. Bickel, Evergreen Safety & Reliability Technologies, LLC
Grid Stability and Safety Issues Associated With Nuclear Power Plants (Powerpoint file)

Felix Wu, Hong Kong University
Software Analysis Tools (Powerpoint file)

Yan Zheng, Center for Electrical Energy Systems, The University of Hong Kong
Demonstration of PSAPAC: A Case Study on Its Application to Three-Gorges Power System (Powerpoint file)


Acid Rain in NE Asia

Gregory R. Carmichael and Richard Arndt
Baseline Assessment of Acid Rain in Northeast Asia ()

David G. Streets, Argonne National Laboratory

Energy and Acid Rain Projections for Northeast Asia

David Von Hippel, The Nautilus Institute

Technological Alternatives to Reduce Emissions from Energy Production in Northeast Asia

Peter Hayes and Lyuba Zarsky, The Nautilus Institute
Acid Rain in a Regional Context

Eui-Soon Shin, Yonsei University, Korea
Energy Futures and Acid Rain Problems in Northeast Asia – Perspective of the Republic of Korea ()


Energy Security

Frans Berkhout, University of Sussex

International Regulations of Nuclear Fuel Cycles: Issues for East Asia ()

Thomas L. Neff, MIT
Improving Energy Security in Pacific Asia: Diversification and Risk Reduction for Fossil and Nuclear Fuels ()

Hossein Razavi, World Bank
Economic, Security and Environmental Aspects of Energy Supply: A Conceptual Framework for Strategic Analysis of Fossil Fuels ()

Lawrence M. Lidsky, MIT
Nuclear Power in a World with Options ()

Agreement on the Establishment of KEDO (Text file)

Agreed Framework Between the US and the DPRK (Text file)

Supply Agreement Signed by KEDO and the DPRK (Text file)

David von Hippel; Peter Hayes; Timothy Savage; and Masami Nakata, Nautilus Institute
Modernizing the Agreed Framework ()

Victor Gilinsky and William Manning
A United States-Type Light Water Reactor for North Korea? The Legal Realities (Text file)

Peter Hayes, Nautilus Institute
Should the US Supply Light Water Reactors to Pyongyang? (Text file)

Salomon Levy
Supply of Light Water Reactor(s) to Pyongyang: Technological Issues and Their Possible Resolution (Text file)

Lawrence M. Lidsky, and Marvin M. Miller, MIT

Nuclear Power and Energy Security: A Revised Strategy for Japan ()

Haruki Tsuchiya, Research Institute for Systems Technology
Energy-Efficient Technologies and Renewables in Relation to Japan’s Energy Security ()

David Von Hippel, The Nautilus Institute
A Framework for Energy Security Anallysis and Appllication to a Case Study of Japan ()

Victor D Kalashnikov, Khabarovsk Economic Research Institute
Electric Power Industry of the Russian Far East: Status and Prerequesites for Cooperation in Northeast Asia ()

Richard Speier, Independent Consultant
Plutonium Decision-Making in the U.S. Government ()


Financing Clean Coal

Shaoxiong Xie
Review of Assumptions as to Changes in the Electricity Generation Sector in Nautilus Institute’s Clean Coal Scenarios Report ()

Aling Zhang and Lin Shi, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
Prospects for and Impacts of Diversifying Chinese Fuel Use away from Coal ()

The Nautilus Institute
Proposal for a Global Environment Facility (GEF) Technology Risk Guarantee Mechanism()

David Von Hippel, The Nautilus Institute
Modeling of Clean Coal Scenarios for China: Progress Report and Initial Results ()

Qingyi Wang, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
The Coal Industry in China: Recent Evolution and Prospects ()

The Nautilus Institute
Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle (IGCC) in China ()

The Nautilus Institute
Financing Clean Coal in China ()


NE Asian Marine Issues

Peter M. Haas, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
Prospects for Effective Marine Governance in the Northwest Pacific Region ()

Yasuhide Yamanouchi, Center for Global Communications (GLOCOM)
GLOCOM Framework Paper: Towards International Cooperation on the Northeast Asian Ocean Environment ()

Tomohiro Shishime, Environment Agency of Japan
Marine Environmental Cooperation in Northeast Asia ()

Linda Paul, Ocean Law & Policy Institute
A Vessel Traffic System Analysis for the Korea/Tsushima Strait ()

Mark Valencia, East-West Center
Ocean Management Regimes in the Sea of Japan: Present and Future ()

ISOBE, Masahiko Isobe, University of Tokyo
Toward Integrated Coastal Zone Management in Japan ()

Hideaki Nakata, University of Tokyo
Environmental Problems and Environmental Management of Japanese Coastal Waters: An Ecosystem Perspective ()

Ken Wilkening& Jason Hunter, Nautilus Institute
Nautilus Framework Paper: U.S.-Japan Policy Initiatives on Energy-Related Marine Issues in the Sea of Japan Perspective ()


DPRK Renewable Energy

David F. Von Hippel, Peter Hayes, James H. Williams, Chris Greacen, Mick Sagrillo and Timothy Savage, The Nautilus Institute
Rural Energy Survey ()

Jim William, The Nautilus Institute
Wind Farm in the Cabbage Patch

David Von Hippel, Peter Hayes, Masami Nakata, Timothy Savage, and Chris Greacen1, The Nautilus Institute
Modernizing the Agreed Framework ()

The Nautilus Institute
Nautilus Institute Completes First American Windpower Village Project in North Korea I

The Nautilus Institute
Nautilus Institute Completes First American Windpower Village Project in North Korea II

The Nautilus Institute
Nautilus Concludes Third Renewable Energy Mission to the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea


KEDO LWR Project

Peter Hayes, The Nautilus Institute
Should the US Supply Light Water Reactors to Pyongyang? (Text File)

Victor Gilinsky and William Manning
A United States-Type Light Water Reactor for North Korea? The Legal Realities (Text File)

Salomon Levy
Supply of Light Water Reactor(s) to Pyongyang: Technological Issues and Their Possible Resolution (Text File)


Pacific Asia Regional Energy Security

Nautilus Institute and Center for Global Communications (GLOCOM)
Regional Collaboration for Energy Futures and Energy Security in China and Northeast Asia ()


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