Utilities Policy

Papers
(The H4-Index of Utilities Policy is 26. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
ArticleCitations
A bird's eye view of Ghana's renewable energy sector environment: A Multi-Criteria Decision-Making approach178
Forecasting short-term electricity load using hybrid support vector regression with grey catastrophe and random forest modeling90
The impact of digital technology usage on economic growth in Africa90
Flexibility markets: Q&A with project pioneers77
Sustainable energy policy, socio-economic development, and ecological footprint: The economic significance of natural resources, population growth, and industrial development74
The nexus between information technology and environmental pollution: Application of a new machine learning algorithm to OECD countries63
Geothermal energy in China: Status, challenges, and policy recommendations55
Waste management, quality of life and natural resources utilization matter for renewable electricity generation: The main and moderate role of environmental policy44
Investigation of acceptance of driverless buses in the city of Trikala and optimization of the service using Conjoint Analysis41
Asymmetric impact of green bonds on energy efficiency: Fresh evidence from quantile estimation41
Heterogeneous analysis of energy consumption, financial development, and pollution in Africa: The relevance of regulatory quality39
Sustainable green electricity, technological innovation, and ecological footprint: Does democratic accountability moderate the nexus?38
Emergency preparedness after COVID-19: A review of policy statements in the U.S. water sector36
Water governance models for meeting sustainable development Goals:A structured literature review36
Public utility vehicle service quality and customer satisfaction in the Philippines during the COVID-19 pandemic34
Effects of income inequality and governance on energy poverty alleviation: Implications for sustainable development policy33
Servant of too many masters: Residential water pricing and the challenge of sustainability33
The corruption-emissions nexus: Do information and communication technologies make a difference?33
Which states and cities protect residents from water shutoffs in the COVID-19 pandemic?31
The case for state-level drinking water affordability programs: Conceptual and empirical evidence from California30
An ensemble approach for electricity price forecasting in markets with renewable energy resources29
Public-private partnerships in the water sector: A review29
Dynamic correlated effects of electricity prices, biomass energy, and technological innovation in Tunisia's energy transition29
Combining wind and solar energy sources: Potential for hybrid power generation in Brazil27
From business models to value networks and business ecosystems – What does it mean for the economics and governance of the transport system?27
A multi-agent system approach to exploit demand-side flexibility in an energy community26
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