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Sustainable Finance

Workshop Sustainable Finance und die Transformation der Realwirtschaft

In dem Workshop wurden gemeinsam Lösungsansätzen diskutiert, wie Sustainable Finance die Transformation hin zu einer klimaneutralen und nachhaltigen Wirtschaft begleiten und unterstützen kann.

17.01.2020
Sustainable Finance

Workshop on Sustainable Finance and the Transformation of the Real Economy

This workshop focused on the question, how the financial market can accompany and support the transformation towards a climate-neutral and sustainable economy.

17.01.2020
DIW Berlin - Politikberatung kompakt 155 / 2020

Optionen zur Auszahlung einer Pro-Kopf-Klimaprämie für einen sozialverträglichen CO2-Preis: Endbericht; Forschungsprojekt im Auftrag des Bundesministeriums der Finanzen (fe 3/19)

2020| Jan Stede, Stefan Bach, Roland Ismer, Klaus Meßerschmidt, Karsten Neuhoff
DIW Wochenbericht 40 / 2020

Wärmemonitor 2019: Klimaziele bei Wohngebäuden trotz sinkender CO2-Emissionen derzeit außer Reichweite

Die Emissionsminderung im Gebäudesektor ist ein zentraler Baustein der deutschen Energie- und Klimapolitik. Jährlich wertet das DIW Berlin die Entwicklung des Heizenergiebedarfs in deutschen Wohngebäuden anhand eines umfangreichen Datenbestands aus. In diesem Jahr werden zudem die daraus entstehenden CO₂-Emissionen berechnet und mit der Zielsetzung für das Jahr 2030 im Bundes-Klimaschutzgesetz verglichen. ...

2020| Jan Stede, Franziska Schütze, Johanna Wietschel
DIW Wochenbericht 40 / 2020

Bei Wohngebäuden gab es in den vergangenen zehn Jahren nur wenige Einsparungen: Interview

2020| Jan Stede, Erich Wittenberg
Diskussionspapiere 1891 / 2020

Inform Me When It Matters: Cost Salience, Energy Consumption, and Efficiency Investments

Effective attention to information may play a prominent role in consumer choice for energy-intensive services and it may simply be a function of receiving timely information when consumption takes place. This paper investigates whether and why the timing of utility bills leads to salience bias in heat energy consumption. In Germany, the 12-month billing period varies across buildings with a significant ...

2020| Puja Singhal
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An Auction Story: How Simple Bids Struggle with Uncertainty

Short-term electricity markets are key to an efficient production by generation units. We develop a two-period model to assess different bidding formats to determine for each bidding format the optimal bidding strategy of competitive generators facing price-uncertainty. We compare the results for simple bidding, block bidding and multi-part bidding. We find that even under optimal simple and block ...

In: Energy Economics 89 (2019), 104784, 16 S. | Jörn C.Richstein, Casimir Lorenz, KarstenNeuhoff
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Consumption-Oriented Policy Instruments for Fostering Greenhouse Gas Mitigation

Most policy instruments to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions have focused on producers, and on the energy efficiency of buildings, vehicles and other products. Behavioural changes related to climate change also impact ‘in-use’ emissions, and potentially, emissions both ‘upstream’ (including from imported goods) and ‘downstream’ (eg disposal). Consumption-oriented policies may provide avenues to ...

In: Climate Policy 20 (2020), Suppl. 1, S. S58–S73 | Michael Grubb, Doug Crawford-Brown, Karsten Neuhoff, Karin Schanes, Sonja Hawkins, Alexandra Poncia
Diskussionspapiere 1867 / 2020

Way Off: The Effect of Minimum Distance Regulation on the Deployment of Wind Power

Several countries and regions have introduced mandatory minimum distances of wind turbines to nearby residential areas, in order to increase public acceptance of wind power. Germany’s largest federal state Bavaria introduced such separation distances of ten times the height of new wind turbines in 2014. Here, we provide a novel monthly district-level dataset of construction permits for wind turbines ...

2020| Jan Stede, Nils May
Diskussionspapiere 1859 / 2020

Time-Consistent Carbon Pricing: The Role of Carbon Contracts for Differences

Carbon pricing decisions by governments are prone to time-inconsistency, which causes the private sector to underinvest in emission-reducing technologies. We show that incentives for decarbonization can be improved if complementing carbon pricing with carbon contracts for differences, where the government commits to pay a fixed carbon price level to the investors. We derive conditions under which the ...

2020| Olga Chiappinelli, Karsten Neuhoff
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