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  • Research Project

    SET-Nav

    ‘SET-Nav – Navigating the Roadmap for Clean, Secure and Efficient Energy Innovation’ is an EC-funded project which intends to support strategic decision enhancing innovation towards a clean, secure and efficient energy system for Europe's energy sector. The project started in April 2016 and is funded by the EU Horizon 2020 programme. It is being implemented by a consortium of...

    Completed Project| Energy, Transportation, Environment
  • Research Project

    Emission Trading System in the Republic of Korea

    Completed Project| Climate Policy
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    The Economics of the EU ETS Market Stability Reserve: Introduction

    In: Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 80 (2016), S. 1-5 | Cameron Hepburn, Karsten Neuhoff, William Acworth, Dallas Burtraw, Frank Jotzo
  • Externe Monographien

    Coal Markets and Carbon Capture: Model Development and Climate Policy Applications

    Berlin: Technische Universität Berlin, 2016, XVIII, 222 S. | Roman Mendelevitch
  • Diskussionspapiere 1568 / 2016

    Wind Electricity Subsidies = Windfall Gains for Land Owners? Evidence from Feed-In Tariff in Germany

    In 2013, around 121 billion US-Dollar were spend worldwide to promote the investment into renewable energy sources. The most prominent support scheme employed is a feed-in tariff, which guarantees a fixed price for electricity produced by renewable energies sources, usually for around 15 years after the installation of the plant. We study the incidence of wind turbine subsidies, due to a feed-in tariff ...

    2016| Peter Haan, Martin Simmler
  • Diskussionspapiere 1565 / 2016

    Bridging the Industrial Energy Efficiency Gap: Assessing the Evidence from the Italian White Certificate Scheme

    The Italian white certificate scheme is the main national policy instrument to incentivise energy efficiency of the industrial sector. The mechanism sets binding energy-saving targets on electricity and gas distributors with at least 50,000 clients and includes a voluntary opt-in model for participation from other parties. This paper investigates and assesses the elements of the scheme that help overcome ...

    2016| Jan Stede
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Housing Market Fundamentals, Housing Quality and Energy Consumption: Evidence from Germany

    This study investigates the relationship between regional housing market fundamentals and energy consumption. We argue that dwellings, in particularly rental properties, are not only consumer goods, but also constitute financial market assets. Properties are spatially fixed and traded in regional contexts, where real estate market characteristics like vacancy, income levels, and expectations determine ...

    In: The Energy Journal 37 (2016), 4, S. 25-43 | Marius Claudy, Claus Michelsen
  • Diskussionspapiere 1579 / 2016

    Inclusion of Consumption into Emissions Trading Systems: Legal Design and Practical Administration

    A world of unequal carbon prices requires measures aimed at preventing carbon leakage. Climate policy imperatives demand that such measures must be compatible with the goal of sending a carbon price signal down the value chain. For carbon intensive materials, the combination of dynamic free allocation combined with Inclusion of Consumption (IoC) into emissions trading systems such as the European Union ...

    2016| Roland Ismer, Manuel Haussner, Karsten Neuhoff, William Acworth
  • DIW Roundup 91 / 2016

    The Paris Climate Agreement: Is It Sufficient to Limit Climate Change?

    “The Paris Agreement is a monumental triumph for people and our planet” (UN News Centre, 2015). Statements, like this one from UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon, represent the global excitement shortly after the acceptance of the Paris Agreement and describe the outcome of the COP21 in December 2015 primarily as ‘historical’. Twenty years after the UN’s first COP (Conference of the Parties), the international ...

    2016| Hanna Brauers, Philipp M. Richter
  • DIW Economic Bulletin 9/10 / 2016

    EU Emissions Trading: Distinctive Behavior of Small Companies

    The EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) is the cornerstone of the European Union’s climate policy and covers just under half of the EU’s greenhouse gas emissions. More than ten years since the EU ETS was first introduced, there continues to be substantial research interest regarding its functioning and the behavior of participating companies. DIW Berlin conducted three econometric studies based on ...

    2016| Helene Naegele, Aleksandar Zaklan
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