Things tagged 'EU ETS'
When the carbon price collapsed to below €3 in April this year, EU policymakers sought to prop up carbon prices [...]
2 August 2011 Australia’s Government has put forward a carbon pricing package which is, in some respects, as significant as the European [...]
This paper analyses the design of carbon markets in time (i.e., intertemporally). It is part of a twin set of [...]
This paper analyses the design of carbon markets in space (i.e., geographically). It is part of a twin set of [...]
The European Directive on the EU ETS allows governments to auction up to 10% of the allowances issued in phase [...]
… The British government has set a binding carbon emissions target for 2050. It is safe to speculate that the present cabinet will be out of office by then. Meanwhile, the government levies a reduced rate of tax on domestic heating and neither new nuclear power stations nor renewable energy look well placed to meet […]
European companies are not yet taking full advantage of carbon markets IT SOMETIMES seems that plans for emissions trading are piling up even faster than the greenhouse gases they are designed to curb. In late July the first emissions exchanges in Australia and Canada opened, in anticipation of mandatory carbon-trading schemes in both countries. America […]