Dr Paolo Agnolucci

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I am an academic with a strong interest in the application of quantitative methods in fields including energy and the environment. I have worked in the private sector and have acted as a consultant to several institutions and private clients, especially the European Commission and the Department for Energy and Climate Change.  I have a PhD in Economics from Birkbeck College and a MSc in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics from UCL.

Research Summary

  • Applied Econometrics and  Machine Learning
  • Energy Demand 
  • Impacts of Energy Systems
  • Programme Evaluation
  • Trade and Shipping

Research outputs

The importance of economies of scale, transport costs and demand patterns in optimising hydrogen fuelling infrastructure: An exploration with SHIPMod (Spatial hydrogen infrastructure planning model) 2013 Agnolucci P,McDowall W,Akgul O,Papageorgiou LG
Designing future hydrogen infrastructure: Insights from analysis at different spatial scales 2013 Agnolucci P,Mcdowall W
Hydrogen Economics and Policy 2012 Agnolucci P,Hughes N
Industrial energy intensities in the UK: is there a deterministic or stochastic difference among sectors?” 2011 Agnolucci P,Venn A
The effect of the German and UK Environmental Tax Reforms on the demand for labour and energy 2011 Agnolucci P
Is Environmental tax Reform an appropriate policy for industrial sectors with different energy intensities? An analysis fof UK industrial sectors 2011 Agnolucci P
Energy Consumption in the British Industrial and Domestic Sectors: The Role of Stochastic Trends and Price-Induced Technical Change 2010 Agnolucci P
Hydrogen Markets: An assessment of the competitiveness of fuel cells 2010 Agnolucci P,Hughes N
Volatility of Crude Oil Futures: a Comparison of Forecasts from GARCH and Implied Volatility Models 2009 Agnolucci P
Different scenarios for achieving radical reduction in carbon emissions: A decomposition analysis 2009 Agnolucci P,Ekins P,Iacopini G,Anderson K,Bows A,Mander S,Shackley S
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Research activities

Analysis of data from heat pumps installed via the Renewable Heat Premium Payment Scheme
Sino-European Circular Economy and Resource Efficiency (SINCERE) project