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Harmonising new entrant allocation in the Nordic energy sectors
|Statement||Markus Åhman & Kristina Holmgren|
|Series||TemaNord -- 2006:515|
|LC Classifications||HC240.9.P55 W735 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||59 p. :|
|Number of Pages||59|
|LC Control Number||2007468564|
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The report analyses options for allocation of emission allowances to new entrants in the Nordic energy sectors, and give recommendations for harmonised allocation principles for use in the NAPs of the Nordic countries.
It contains quantitative comparisons of allocation to standard energy installations in northern European countries. Harmonising New Entrant Allocation in the Nordic Energy Sectors-current Principles And Options for Eu Ets Pahse II: Temanord [Wrake, Markus, Holmgren, Kristina] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Harmonising New Entrant Allocation in the Nordic Energy Sectors-current Principles And Options for Eu Ets Pahse II: Temanord Harmonising New Entrant allocation in the Nordic Energy Sectors - current principles and options for EU ETS phase II Summary The study finds that current allocation rules does have an impact on investment decisions, and can significantly distort competition if they remain unchanged.
As a first best solution, the authors. New Entrant Allocation in the Nordic Energy Sectors: incentives and options in the EU ETS IVL report 1 Summary In the EU Emission Trading Scheme (EU ETS), the treatment of new entrants has proven to be one of the most contentious issues.
This paper analyses the impact of allocation to new entrants in. Harmonising New Entrant Allocation in the Nordic Energy Sectors: Current principles and options for EU ETS phase II. By Markus Åhman and Kristina Holmgren. Abstract. The report analyses options for allocation of emission allowances to new entrants in the Nordic energy sectors, and give recommendations for harmonised allocation principles for Author: Markus Åhman and Kristina Holmgren.
10 Harmonising New Entrant allocation in the Nordic Energy Sectors would be to use harmonised fuel and technology independent benchmarks based on output. This would give incentives to invest in efficient tech-nologies and low carbon fuels.
The allocation should be kept as stringent as possible, in particular for heat by: 4. Harmonising New Entrant Allocation in the Nordic Energy Sectors: Current Principles and Options for Phase II.
TemaNordReport for the Nordic. Harmonising New Entrant Allocation in the Nordic Energy Sectors: Current Principles and Options for EU ETS Phase II. Stockholm: IVL (Swedish Environmental Research Institute). Aldy, J. E., Baron, R. and Tubiana, L. ().Cited by: Harmonising New Entrant Allocation in the Nordic Energy Sectors Markus Wråke,Kristina Holmgren — Nature Current Principles and Options for EU ETS Phase II.
Åhman M, Holmgren K () Harmonising allocation to new entrants in the nordic energy sectors, Working paper, The Swedish Environmental Research Institute IVL Bergland H, Clark DJ, Perdersen PA () Rent-seeking and quota regulation of Cited by: efficient and easy to access for new market entrants.
In the report “Towards harmonized Nordic balancing services”1, NordREG has agreed on common criteria to be used when the national regulators were to review the new terms and conditions for balancing that were implemented insince an evaluation of harmonized rules needs to be.
Preface * Emissions Trading * Lessons Learnt from the 1st Phase of the EU ETS and Prospects for the 2nd Phase * EU Emissions Trading: an Early Analysis of National Allocation Plans for * Emission Projections Versus National Allocation Plans II * Implications of Announced Phase II National Allocation Plans for the EU ETS * New Entrant Allocation in the Nordic Energy Sectors Cited by: 2.
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Implications of announced phase II national allocation plans for the EU ETS Implications of announced phase II national K., Harmonising New Entrant Allocation in the Nordic Energy. The EU emissions trading scheme is the largest emissions control scheme in the world, capping almost half of European CO2 emissions.
As the scheme emerges from its pilot phase, this special issue of Climate Policy journal analyses the lessons. Ahman, M., & Holmgren, K. New entrant allocation in the Nordic energy sectors: Incentives and options in the EU ETS.
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Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. Nordic Electricity Market Entry Hurdles A VaasaETT report for NordREG 3 Incumbency Control After years1 of full liberalisation2 of electricity markets in the Nordic region, incumbent suppliers - those that have not had to win most of their customers - still serve the majority of customers in their.
Thus new entrant shippers have very limited access to network capacity. ERGEG, therefore, have decided to develop its approach to capacity allocation and to pro-pose ways of improving and harmonising capacity allocation. The proposals are based on enhancing the current existing approaches to capacity allocation rather than proposing a.Contribution from the Nordic countries Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden regarding electricity market design and regional cooperation in the energy sector Key Points Wholesale and retail markets Correct price signals in all markets and for all actors are essential.
These prices should be the driver for investments.National Allocation Plans in the EU Emissions Trading Scheme by Michael Grubb,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.