The groundwater system in the Rafsanjan aquifer perpetuated sustainably for decades before 1950s; however, its groundwater resources have been overexploited in the recent decades.
In late 2018, Qatar -as a key player in the global gas market- announced that it has decided to quit the OPEC and rather will be focussing on its gas industry. Such a decision, drew the attentions once again and after a decade to the issue of gas cartel formation.
This article provides an agent-based model of a hypothetical standalone electricity network to identify how the feed-in tariffs and the installed capacity of wind power, calculated in percentage of total system demand, affect the electricity consumption from renewables. It includes the mechanism of electricity pricing on the Day Ahead Market (DAM) and the Imbalance Market (IM).
Using network analysis, we investigate if an industry’s complex and integrated knowledge base leads to a higher spatial concentration (or dispersal) of innovative activities.
The Creation and development of free zones is one of the regional development policies implemented in developed and developing countries. Failure to understand the fact that the success of this policy depends on the structural context of each region could lead to different results in them.