This SEI’s working paper explores the implications of the “time frame” of countries’ mitigation pledges for the generation and use of tradable emissions units.
Étiqueté : emission trading
This article attempts to identify the conditions for making the coming years of the EU ETS a success.
This FEEM paper provides a review of the literature on competitiveness and leakage concerns associated with differentiated climate abatement commitments among countries
This FEEM paper compares the redistribution effects of two major electricity policies: support schemes for renewable energy sources, and CO2 pricing
Emissions trading is a “cap and trade” regulation aimed at reducing the cost of meeting environmental targets. This paper studies how this regulation interacts with energy and competition policies…