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Article

Thomas, Steve (2014) Why plans for AGR life extensions may not succeed. Nuclear Intelligence Weekly, VIII (41). pp. 8-9. ISSN 1940-574X

Thomas, Steve (2014) Progress with energy markets in Europe. Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment, 2014 (1). pp. 5-26. ISSN 2280-7659 (Print), 2280-7667 (Online) (doi:https://doi.org/10.3280/EFE2014-001001)

Thomas, Steve (2013) Briefing: Can nuclear be built with state aid? [guest post]. Greenpeace EnergyDesk.

Thomas, Steve (2013) The world market for nuclear power plants / Il mercato mondiale degli impianti nucleari. AGI Energia.

Thomas, Steve (2013) Global Insider: Jordan’s nuclear energy program faces numerous hurdles. World Politics Review.

Thomas, Steve (2013) China unlikely to be shining light for nuclear. chinadialogue.

Thomas, Steve (2013) L’industria nucleare a due anni da Fukushima: quali prospettive? AgiEnergia.

Thomas, Steve (2013) Nukleare: l'accordo di Hinkley Point. Rivista Energia, 2013 (4). pp. 26-30.

Thomas, Steve (2012) SA’s nuclear launch plan may fail again. SABC News.

Thomas, Stephen D. (2012) Not too smart an innovation: Britain's plans to switch consumers to smart electricity and gas meters. Energy & Environment, 23 (6-7). pp. 1057-1074. ISSN 0958-305X (doi:https://doi.org/10.1260/0958-305X.23.6-7.1057)

Thomas, Steve (2012) What will the Fukushima disaster change? Energy Policy, 45. pp. 12-17. ISSN 0301-4215 (doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2012.02.010)

Thomas, Stephen (2012) Economics of nuclear energy. Focus: The Journal of the Helen Suzman Foundation (64). pp. 49-54. ISSN 1680-9822

Thomas, Steve (2012) Prospects for nuclear power in 2012. Energy Economist, 364. pp. 6-10. ISSN 0262-7108

Thomas, Steve (2012) “Smart meters” for energy threaten health and welfare of poor and vulnerable households, says energy expert. AlphaGalileo [Website].

Thomas, Steve (2012) Prospects for nuclear power in Europe. CESifo DICE Report, 10 (3). pp. 3-8. ISSN 1612-0663 (Print), 1613-6373 (Online)

Thomas, Stephen (2011) Gli stress test nucleari in Europa / Nuclear stress tests in Europe. AGI Energia [Website].

Schneider, Mycle, Froggatt, Antony and Thomas, Steve (2011) 2010-2011 world nuclear industry status report. Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 67 (4). pp. 60-77. ISSN 0096-3402 (Print), 1938-3282 (Online) (doi:https://doi.org/10.1177/0096340211413539)

Thomas, Stephen (2011) Fukushima: parola fine sulla «rinascita» nucleare? Energia, 32 (2). pp. 28-35. ISSN 0392-7911

Thomas, Steve (2011) The Pebble Bed Modular Reactor: An obituary. Energy Policy, 39 (5). pp. 2431-2440. ISSN 0301-4215 (doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2011.01.066)

Thomas, Stephen (2011) The nuclear renaissance. Energy Economist (253). pp. 23-26. ISSN 0262-7108

Thomas, Stephen (2011) EPR sull’orlo di una crisi. QualEnergia, IX (1). pp. 36-40.

Thomas, Stephen (2010) The nuclear power plant shall not be mourned, but its 9bn price-tag will. Big Issue South Africa, 170.

Thomas, Stephen (2010) Obituary: the Pebble Bed Modular Reactor shall not be mourned, but its R9bn price-tag will. Big Issue (South Africa). pp. 20-23.

Thomas, Stephen (2010) Pebble bed project's closure generates explosive debate. Business Report.

Thomas, Stephen (2010) Stiamo davvero assistendo alla Rinascita Nucleare? / Is the nuclear Renaissance happening? AGI Energia.

Thomas, Stephen (2010) Burning money to stay warm. The House Magazine. p. 100.

Thomas, Stephen (2010) PBMR debacle shows how funds are being wasted on nuclear power. Cape Times. ISSN 1016-3948

Thomas, Stephen (2010) Really, Mr Huhne, you should brush up on your French. Parliamentary Brief, 12 (12). pp. 15-16. ISSN 1759-9318

Thomas, Stephen (2010) Mercati eletricci concorrenziali e nucleare sono la risposta per il future? Energia (2). pp. 42-53. ISSN 0392-7911

Thomas, Steve (2010) Competitive energy markets and nuclear power: Can we have both, do we want either? Energy Policy, 38 (9). pp. 4903-4908. ISSN 0301-4215 (doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2010.04.051)

Thomas, Stephen (2010) The reliability of reactors. The Independent.

Thomas, Stephen (2010) Nuclear's cost advantage over wind is suspect. Financial Times.

Thomas, Stephen (2010) No subsidies for new nuclear? Energy World. ISSN 0307-7942

Thomas, Stephen (2010) Omöjligt bygga ny kärnkraft utan statliga subventioner. Dagens Industri.

Thomas, Stephen (2010) Blair's nuclear dream faces financial meltdown. Parliamentary Brief. ISSN 1354-5507

Thomas, Stephen (2009) The demise of the Pebble Bed Modular Reactor. Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. ISSN 1938-3282 (eISSN)

Thomas, Stephen (2009) PBMR: hot or not? Nuclear Engineering International, 54 (656). pp. 22-23. ISSN 0029-5507

Book Section

Thomas, Steve (2014) The economics of nuclear power plant lifetime extension. In: Haverkamp, Jan, (ed.) Lifetime extension of ageing nuclear power plants: Entering a new era of risk. A report commissionned by Greenpeace. Greenpeace Switzerland, Zurich, Switzerland, pp. 66-98.

Thomas, Stephen (2013) The nuclear power plant supply chain. In: Blomme, Brian, Erwood, Steve, Schulz, Nina and Teule, Rianne, (eds.) Fukushima Fallout: Nuclear business makes people pay and suffer. Greenpeace International, Amsterdam, Netherlands, pp. 38-62.

Thomas, Steve (2012) Foreword. In: Cohen, Martin and McKillop, Andrew, (eds.) The Doomsday Machine: The High Price of Nuclear Energy, the World's Most Dangerous Fuel. Palgrave Macmillan, New York, USA, vii-xiv. ISBN 978-0-230-33834-0

Thomas, Stephen (2010) What will be required of the British government to build the next nuclear power plant? In: Sokolski, Henry D., (ed.) Nuclear power's global expansion: weighing its costs and risks. Strategic Studies Institute, Carlisle, PA, USA, pp. 279-334. ISBN 1584874783

Thomas, Stephen (2010) The credit crunch and nuclear power. In: Sokolski, Henry D., (ed.) Nuclear power's global expansion: weighing its costs and risks. Strategic Studies Institute, Carlisle, PA, USA, pp. 125-148. ISBN 1584874783

Thomas, Stephen (2010) The history of wholesale electricity market design in Great Britain. Towards a bright future: transforming the electricity market. Green Alliance, London, pp. 10-13. ISBN 9781905869381

Thomas, Stephen (2010) What future for nuclear power in a liberalised energy market? In: Rutledge, Ian and Wright, Philip, (eds.) UK energy policy and the end of market fundamentalism. Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, Oxford, UK, pp. 309-331. ISBN 978-0-19-959300-2 (hbk)

Thomas, Steve (2010) The economics of nuclear power: an update. In: Waltersdorf, Annett, (ed.) Myth of Nuclear Power - A Guide. Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung, Brussels, Belgium, pp. 1-72.

Thomas, Stephen (2009) Nuclear power in Britain since Chernobyl: a rollercoaster ride. In: Mez, Lutz, Schneider, Mycle and Thomas, Stephen, (eds.) International perspectives on energy policy and the role of nuclear power. Multi-Science Publishing, Brentwood, UK. ISBN 978-1907132117

Thomas, Stephen (2009) Energía nuclear y competitividad económica en varios sistemas normativos. In: Campos Aragón, Leticia, (ed.) El resurgimiento de la energía nuclear: ¿una opción para el cambio climático y los países emergentes? Siglo Veintiuno Editores, Mexico City, Mexico, pp. 113-149. ISBN 978-607-03-0133-9

Thomas, Stephen (2007) UK power plant projects: will the government’s renewable targets be met? In: Mez, Lutz, (ed.) Green power markets: support schemes, case studies and perspectives. Multi-Science Publishing Company, Brentwood, UK, pp. 335-343. ISBN 978-0906522592

Edited Book

Mez, Lutz, Schneider, Mycle and Thomas, Steve (eds.) (2009) International perspectives on energy policy and the role of nuclear power. In: Mez, Lutz, Schneider, Mycle and Thomas, Stephen, (eds.) Multi-Science Publishing, Brentwood, UK. ISBN 978-1907132117

Conference or Conference Paper

Thomas, Steve (2013) The British nuclear power programme: a failure of policy. In: Global Energy Systems Conference: Our Dynamic Earth, 26-28 June 2013, Edinburgh, UK.

Hall, David, Thomas, Stephen and Corral, Violeta (2009) Global experience with electricity liberalisation. In: Seminar, 19 Jan 2010, Paramadina University, Jakarta, Indonesia.

Thomas, Stephen (2009) The state of the nuclear industry in Canada and abroad. In: Presentation to the Standing Committee on Natural Resources of the House of Commons of Canada, Oct 2009, Canada.

Monograph

Thomas, Steve (2014) Funding nuclear decommissioning: Lessons for South Africa. Pay more for nuclear: Report 2. Documentation. Earthlife Africa, Johannesburg, South Africa.

Thomas, Steve (2014) Nuclear technology options for South Africa. Pay more for nuclear: Report 1. Documentation. Earthlife Africa, Johannesburg, South Africa.

Thomas, Steve (2014) What does it take to finance new nuclear power plants? Pay more for nuclear: Report 3. Documentation. Earthlife Africa, Johannesburg, South Africa.

Thomas, Stephen (2010) The EPR in crisis. Working Paper. PSIRU, Greenwich, London, UK.

Thomas, Stephen, Lobstein, Tim, Whitehead, Christine, Martindale, K.A., Jones, F.M., Lobina, Emanuele ORCID: 0000-0003-4774-0308, Hall, David, George, Mike, Lennard, Linda, Lethbridge, Jane and Simpson, Robin (2008) Poor choices: the limits of competitive markets in the provision of essential services to low-income consumers. Discussion Paper. PSIRU, London, UK.

Thomas, Stephen (2007) A critique of the European Commission’s Impact Assessment on the legislative package for electricity and gas. Discussion Paper. PSIRU, London, UK.

Thomas, Stephen, Erdogdu, Seyhan and Turkyilmaz, Oguz (2007) The future of the Turkish electricity industry. Discussion Paper. PSIRU, London, UK.

Thomas, Stephen (2007) Electricity liberalization experiences in the world. Discussion Paper. PSIRU, Greenwich, London, UK.

Thomas, Stephen (2007) Investment in new power generation in New South Wales: Comments by Public Service International Research Unit, University of Greenwich, London. Discussion Paper. PSIRU, Greenwich, London, UK.

Thomas, Stephen (2007) A critique of the European Commission’s evidence of the need for ownership unbundling of energy networks. Discussion Paper. PSIRU, London, UK.

Thomas, Stephen (2007) The South African nuclear power programme: submission to the Portfolio Committee on Environmental Affairs and Tourism. Discussion Paper. PSIRU, Greenwich, London, UK.

Thomas, Stephen, Bradford, Peter, Froggatt, Antony and Milborrow, David (2007) The economics of nuclear power. Discussion Paper. PSIRU/Greenpeace International, London, UK.

Thomas, Stephen (2007) Unbundling of electricity transmission networks: Analysis of the European Commission’s position. Technical Report. PSIRU, London, UK.

Thomas, Stephen (2007) The status of the Pebble Bed Modular reactor development programme. Discussion Paper. PSIRU, London, UK.

Thomas, Stephen (2007) The 2006 reviews of the electricity and gas directives. Discussion Paper. PSIRU, London, UK.

Thomas, Stephen (2007) Corporate concentration in the EU energy sector. Discussion Paper. PSIRU, London, UK.

Thomas, Stephen (2006) Understanding European policy on the internal market for electricity and gas: evaluation of the Electricity and Gas Directives. Discussion Paper. PSIRU, London, UK.

Thomas, Stephen (2006) Electricity reform experiences in Asia, Pacific Region, GATS and privatisation of the industry. Discussion Paper. PSIRU, London, UK.

Thomas, Stephen and Hall, David (2006) GATS and the electricity and water sectors. Discussion Paper. PSIRU, London, UK.

Thomas, Stephen (2006) Recent evidence on the impact of electricity liberalisation on consumer prices. Discussion Paper. PSIRU, London, UK.

Thomas, Stephen (2006) The economic risk to electricity consumers of the Pebble Bed Modular Reactor. Discussion Paper. PSIRU, London, UK.

Thomas, Stephen (2005) The European Union Gas and Electricity Directives. Discussion Paper. PSIRU, London, UK.

Thomas, Stephen (2005) The economic impact of the proposed demonstration plant for the Pebble Bed Modular Reactor design. Discussion Paper. PSIRU, London, UK.

Thomas, Stephen (2005) The economics of nuclear power: analysis of recent studies. Discussion Paper. PSIRU, London, UK.

Thomas, Stephen (2005) New South Wales Government Energy Directions Green Paper: comments by Public Service International Research Unit, University of Greenwich, London. Discussion Paper. PSIRU, London, UK.

Thomas, Stephen (2005) Electricity privatisation and restructuring in Russia and Ukraine. Discussion Paper. PSIRU, London, UK.

Thomas, Stephen, Hall, David and Corral, Violeta (2004) Electricity privatisation and restructuring in Asia-Pacific. Discussion Paper. PSIRU, London, UK.

Thomas, Stephen (2004) The UK Nuclear Decommissioning Authority. Discussion Paper. PSIRU, London, UK.

Thomas, Stephen (2004) Electricity industry reforms in smaller EU countries: experience from the Nordic region. Discussion Paper. PSIRU, London, UK.

Thomas, Stephen (2004) Electricity liberalisation: the beginning of the end. Discussion Paper. PSIRU, London, UK.

Thomas, Stephen (2004) The Ontario Government’s proposals on electricity restructuring: Comments by Public Service International Research Unit. Discussion Paper. PSIRU, London, UK.

Thomas, Stephen (2004) The British model in Britain: failing slowly. Discussion Paper. PSIRU, London, UK.

Thomas, Stephen (2004) The future of research and development in the UK gas industry. Discussion Paper. PSIRU, London, UK.

Video

Thomas, Steve (2013) Case example on energy markets: the UK power market. [Video]

Other

Yurchenko, Yuliya and Thomas, Stephen (2015) EU renewable energy policy: successes, challenges, and market reforms. Public Services International Research Unit (PSIRU), Greenwich, London.

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