DIW Berlin: Topic Enviromental Markets

Topic Enviromental Markets

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Emissions Trading in Regulated Electricity Markets

In: Climate Policy (2020), im Ersch. | William Acworth, Mariza Montes de Oca, Anatole Boute, Carlotta Piantieri, Felix Christian Matthes
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Do Benefits from Dynamic Tariffing Rise? Welfare Effects of Real-Time Retail Pricing Under Carbon Taxation and Variable Renewable Electricity Supply

We analyze the gross welfare gains from real-time retail pricing in electricity markets where carbon taxation induces investment in variable renewable technologies. Applying a stylized numerical electricity market model, we find a U-shaped ...

In: Environmental & Resource Economics (2020), im Ersch. [online first: 2019-12-14] | Christian Gambardella, Michael Pahle, Wolf-Peter Schill
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Lessons from Germany’s Hard Coal Mining Phase-Out: Policies and Transition from 1950 to 2018

German hard coal production ended in 2018, following the termination of subsidies. This paper looks at 60 years of continuous decline of an industry that employed more than 600,000 people, through a case study comparing Germany’s two largest hard ...

In: Climate Policy (2020), im Ersch. [online first: 2019-11-28] | Pao-Yu Oei, Hanna Brauers, Philipp Herpich
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The Structure, Drivers and Policy Implications of the European Carbon Footprint

Policy to reduce the European Union’s (EU) carbon footprint needs to be grounded in an understanding of the structure and drivers of both the domestic and internationally traded components. Here we analyse consumption-based emission accounts (for the

In: Climate Policy (2020), im Ersch. [online first: 2019-07-20] | Richard Wood, Karsten Neuhoff, Dan Moran, Moana Simas, Michael Grubb, Konstantin Stadler
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The Impact of Implementing a Consumption Charge on Carbon-Intensive Materials in Europe

The production of basic materials accounts for around 25% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Existing measures to reduce emissions from industry are limited due to a combination of competitiveness concerns and a lack of technological options ...

In: Climate Policy (2020), im Ersch. [online first: 2019-06-19] | Hector Pollitt, Karsten Neuhoff, Xinru Lin
Research Project


The general objective of XPRESS project (full title: Support for Public Procurements to facilitate the collaboration between SMEs and public sector for the development and adoption in renewables in regions) is to facilitate the introduction of ...

Current Project| Macroeconomics
Research Project

Strengthen national climate policy implementation: Comparative empirical learning & creating linkage to climate finance - SNAPFI

Overview The project researches the implementation of Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) in Brazil, Germany / EU, India, Indonesia and South Africa, by research-based policy advice and capacity building. The project will especially analyse ...

Current Project| Climate Policy
Cluster-Seminar Öffentliche Finanzen und Lebenslagen

Changing the incentive to pollute: Heterogeneous effects of waste pricing policies

To internalize pollution externalities of municipal waste, Pay-As-You-Throw (PAYT) pricing schemes for unsorted waste are adopted worldwide. This paper estimates causal effects of PAYT on unsorted, recycling and total waste generation, and ...

29.05.2019| Marica Valente
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Ecological Tax Revenue Still Yields Lower Pension Contributions and Higher Pensions Today

by Stefan Bach, Hermann Buslei, Michelle Harnisch and Niklas Isaak The ecological tax reform that Germany implemented between 1999 and 2003 increased energy tax rates—especially on gasoline and diesel. Today, the ecological tax hikes yield an annual revenue of around 20 billion euros or 0.6 percent of GDP. The money is used to finance a higher federal grant to the public pension scheme. ...

28.03.2019| Stefan Bach, Hermann Buslei
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Decarbonizing China’s Energy System – Modeling the Transformation of the Electricity, Transportation, Heat, and Industrial Sectors

Growing prosperity among its population and an inherent increasing demand for energy complicate China’s target of combating climate change, while maintaining its economic growth. This paper, therefore, describes three potential decarbonization ...

In: Applied Energy 255 (2019), 113820, 17 S. | Thorsten Burandt, Bobby Xiong, Konstantin Löffler, Pao-Yu Oei
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