UK MARKAL Publications

Journal papers

Anandarajah, G. and W. McDowall (2012). "What are the costs of Scotland's climate and renewable policies?" Energy Policy 50(0): 773-783.

Anandarajah, G. and N. Strachan (2010). "Interactions and implications of renewable and climate change policy on UK energy scenarios." Energy Policy 38(11): 6724-6735.

Dodds, P. E. and S. Demoullin (2013) "Conversion of the UK gas system to transport hydrogen." International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 38(18):7189-7200.

Dodds, P. E. and W. McDowall (2013) "The future of the UK gas network." Energy Policy 60:305-316.

Dodds, P. E. (2014) "Integrating housing stock and energy systems models as a strategy to improve heat decarbonisation assessments." Applied Energy 132:358-369.

Dodds, P. E. and W. McDowall (2014) "Methodologies for representing the road transport sector in energy system models." International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 39(5):2345-2358.

Dodds, P. E. and P. Ekins (2014) "A portfolio of power-trains for the UK: an energy systems analysis." International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 39(26):13941-13953.

Dodds, P. E., I. Keppo and N. Strachan (2014) "Characterising the evolution of energy system models using model archaeology." Environmental Assessment and Modeling.

Kannan, R. (2009) "Uncertainties in key low carbon power generation technologies - Implication for UK decarbonisation targets." Applied Energy 86(10): 1873-1886.

Kannan, R. and N. Strachan (2009). "Modelling the UK residential energy sector under long-term decarbonisation scenarios: Comparison between energy systems and sectoral modelling approaches." Applied Energy 86(4): 416-428.

Kesicki, F. (2012). "Costs and potentials of reducing CO2 emissions in the UK domestic stock from a systems perspective." Energy and Buildings 51(0): 203-211.

McDowall, W., G. Anandarajah, P. E. Dodds and J. Tomei (2012). "Implications of sustainability constraints on UK bioenergy development: Assessing optimistic and precautionary approaches with UK MARKAL." Energy Policy 47(0): 424-436.

Strachan, N. (2011). "Business-as-Unusual: Existing policies in energy model baselines." Energy Economics 33(2): 153-160.

Strachan, N. (2011). "UK energy policy ambition and UK energy modelling--fit for purpose?" Energy Policy 39(3): 1037-1040.

Strachan, N., N. Balta-Ozkan, D. Joffe, K. McGeevor and N. Hughes (2009). "Soft-linking energy systems and GIS models to investigate spatial hydrogen infrastructure development in a low-carbon UK energy system." International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 34(2): 642-657.

Strachan, N. and R. Kannan (2008). "Hybrid modelling of long-term carbon reduction scenarios for the UK." Energy Economics 30(6): 2947-2963.

Strachan, N., S. Pye and N. Hughes (2008). "The role of international drivers on UK scenarios of a low-carbon society." Climate Policy 8(Supplement 1): S125-S139.

Strachan, N., S. Pye and R. Kannan (2009). "The iterative contribution and relevance of modelling to UK energy policy." Energy Policy 37(3): 850-860.

Strachan, N. and W. Usher (2012). "Failure to achieve stringent carbon reduction targets in a second-best policy world." Climatic Change 113(2): 121-139.

Usher, W. and N. Strachan (2012). "Critical mid-term uncertainties in long-term decarbonisation pathways." Energy Policy 41: 433-444.

Book chapters

Kannan, R., P. Ekins and N. Strachan (2008). The Structure and Use of the UK MARKAL Model. International Handbook on the Economics of Energy. L. Hunt and J. Evans, Edward Elgar Publishing: 285-310.


Anandarajah, G., N. Strachan, P. Ekins, R. Kannan and N. Hughes (2009). Pathways to a Low Carbon Economy: Energy systems modelling. London, UK.

Ekins, P., I. Keppo, J. Skea, N. Strachan, W. Usher and G. Anandarajah (2013). The UK Energy System in 2050: Comparing Low-Carbon, Resilient Scenarios. London, UK, UK Energy Research Centre.

Hawkes, A., R. Narkeviciute, S. Morris and B. Solano-Rodriguez (2011). Pathways to 2050 - Detailed Analyses. London, UK, AEA Technology plc.

Kannan, R., N. Strachan, S. Pye, G. Anandarajah and N. Balta-Ozkan (2007). UK MARKAL Model Documentation.

Usher, W. and N. Strachan (2010). UK MARKAL Modelling - Examining Decarbonisation Pathways in the 2020s on the Way to Meeting the 2050 Emissions Target. London, UK, UCL Energy Institute.

Conference papers

Kannan, R. (2008). Role of electricity and hydrogen storage in low carbon energy system - Modelling in temporal MARKAL model. International Energy Workshop, Paris, France.