DIW Berlin: Energy, Transportation, Environment Department Publications

Energy, Transportation, Environment Department Publications

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When Low Market Values Are No Bad News: On the Coordination of Renewable Support and Real-Time Pricing

We analyze the interactions between different renewable support schemes and the benefits of real-time pricing (RTP) using a stylized economic model with a detailed demand-side representation calibrated to the German market. We find that there are considerable differences between a market premium on energy and capacity regarding wholesale prices, support levies and market values, which are all

Cleveland, Ohio: USAEE, 2015, 24 S.
(USAEE Working Paper Series ; 15-222)
| Michael Pahle, Wolf-Peter Schill, Christian Gambardella, Oliver Tietjen

Politische Optionen zur Verminderung von Verteilungswirkungen der EEG-Umlage

Osnabrück: GWS, 2015, 20 S.
(GWS Discussion Paper ; 2015/18)
| Jochen Diekmann, Barbara Breitschopf, Ulrike Lehr

An Analysis of Allowance Banking in the EU ETS

The existence of some 2 billion unused EU Allowances (EUAs) at the end of Phase II of the EU's Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) has sparked considerable debate about structural shortcomings of the EU ETS. At the same time, there has been a surprising lack of interest in one possible explanation of this accumulation of EUAs: the theory of intertemporal permit trading, i.e. allowance banking. In

Florenz: EUI, 2015, 23 S.
(EUI Working Papers: RSCAS ; 2015/29)
| Denny Ellerman, Vanessa Valero, Aleksandar Zaklan

A Multi-Stage Multi-Horizon Stochastic Equilibrium Model of Multi-Fuel Energy Markets

We develop a multi-horizon stochastic equilibrium model for analyzing energy markets, with particular attention to infrastructure development and renewable energy policies in perfect and imperfect market structures. By decoupling short-term operational decisions feedback from long-term strategic investment decisions, the multi-horizon approach allows to consider long-term and short-term

Trondheim: NTNU, 2015, 44 S.
(Working Papers / Centre for Sustainable Energy Studies ; 2)
| Zhonghua Su, Ruud Egging, Daniel Huppmann, Asgeir Tomasgard

The EU ETS: Eight Years and Counting

This paper provides an introduction to the EU's Emissions Trading System. As such it provides a discussion of the historical and legal context in which the EU ETS developed and now operates, a presentation of the key performance indicators for the first eight years through the end of the second phase in 2012, and some concluding observations on the system's future. The paper is purposively

Florenz: EUI, 2014, 23 S.
(EUI Working Papers: RSCAS ; 2014/04)
| Denny Ellerman, Claudio Marcantonini, Aleksandar Zaklan

Why Do Emitters Trade Carbon Permits? Firm-Level Evidence from the European Emission Trading Scheme

The creation of the EU's Emission Trading Scheme (EU ETS) has turned the right to emit CO2 into a positively priced intermediate good for the affected firms. Firms thus face the decision whether to source compliance with the EU ETS within their boundaries or to acquire it through the permit trade. However, a combination of internal abatement, free permit allocation and flexibility to shift the use

Florenz: EUI, 2013, 23 S.
(EUI Working Papers: RSCAS ; 2013/19)
| Aleksandar Zaklan

Have State Renewable Portfolio Standards Really Worked? Synthesizing Past Policy Assessments to Build an Integrated Econometric Analysis of RPS Effectiveness in the U.S.

Cleveland, Ohio: USAEE, 2012, 20 S.
(USAEE Working Paper Series ; 12-099)
| Gireesh Shrimali, Steffen Jenner, Felix Groba, Gabe Chan, Joe Indvik

Renewable Energy Deployment: Do the Benefits Out-Weigh the Costs?

Osnabrück: GWS, 2012, 30 S.
(GWS Discussion Paper ; 2012,5)
| Ulrike Lehr, Barbara Breitschopf, Jochen Diekmann, Juri Horst, Marian Klobasa, Frank Sensfuß, Jan Steinbach

The Strategic Use of Private Quality Standards in Food Supply Chains

Düsseldorf: Düsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics, 2012, 46 S.
(DICE Discussion Paper ; 62)
| Vanessa von Schlippenbach, Isabel Teichmann

Ökonomische Aspekte von Piraterie und maritimem Terrorismus: Literatursurvey

Hamburg [u.a.]: IFSH [u.a.], 2012, 32 S.
(PiraT-Arbeitspapiere zur Maritimen Sicherheit ; 16)
| Johannes Endler, Hella Engerer, Max Gößler, Phillip Pfeiffer
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