All Publications

Pappas, D., Chalvatzis, K., Guan, D., Ioannidis, A.

(2018)

Energy and carbon intensity: A study on the cross-country industrial shift from China to India and SE Asia,

in Applied Energy

225

pp. 183-194

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Li, X., Chalvatzis, K. J., Pappas, D.

(2018)

Life cycle greenhouse gas emissions from power generation in China's provinces in 2020,

in Applied Energy

223

pp. 93-102

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Pappas, D., Chalvatzis, K. J., Guan, D., Li, X.

(2017)

Industrial Relocation and CO2 Emission Intensity: Focus on the Potential Cross-Country Shift from China to India and SE Asia,

in Energy Procedia

142

pp. 2898–2904

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Li, X., Chalvatzis, K. J., Pappas, D.

(2017)

China’s electricity emission intensity in 2020 – an analysis at provincial level,

in Energy Procedia

142

pp. 2779–2785

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Pappas, D., Chalvatzis, K. J.

(2017)

Energy and Industrial Growth in India: The Next Emissions Superpower?,

in Energy Procedia

105

pp. 3656-3662

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Key Research Interests

Dimitrios holds a Bachelor in Geotechnology and Environmental Engineering from the Technological Educational Institution of Western Macedonia in Greece where he graduated from in 2010. He completed his degree of Master of Science in Energy from Heriot Watt University with a distinction status in November 2014.

For the completion of his bachelor and master studies he has authored the projects titled "The Environment in relation to the Rapid Economic Growth in China" and "Technical, Environmental and Financial Implications for the Exploration of Greek Hydrocarbons. Current Status, Prospects and Barriers" respectively.

He is a member of Tyndall Centre for Climate Change research, a graduate member of the Energy Institute of the United Kingdom, and a licensed building energy auditor by the Greek Ministry of Energy, Environment and Climate Change.

His current research is focused on the exploration of Indian GHG emissions by using an integrated emissions accounting approach and forecasting the implications of future technology policies. Dimitrios is an Associate Tutor for the Business School, undertaking seminar duties in Introduction to Business (NBS-4007Y), Introduction to Quantitative Methods (NBS-4008Y) and lecturing duties in Corporate Sustainability (NBS-6005Y) modules.

His research is supervised by Prof. Konstantinos Chalvatzis (NBS) and Prof. Dabo Guan (DEV).