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Low‐carbon operation method of the building based on dynamic carbon emission factor of power system

Building energy conservation and carbon reduction in building energy are two key ways to achieve the global target of u2018carbon freenessu2019. To increase the building and power system's comprehensive carbon reduction capabilities, an optimization approach of building low-u2010carbon energy consumption strategy considering both the building and power carbon emission was established. The objective function can be included by incorporating the dynamic energy carbon transaction cost into the objective function, so that the dynamic CEF's dynamic climate behaviours can be considered.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1049/stg2.12085


Indirect nitrous oxide emission factors of fluvial networks can be predicted by dissolved organic carbon and nitrate from local to global scales

The estimation of anthropogenic N2O emissions inventories is dependent on global riverine N2O emissions estimates. The indirect N2O emission factor model, one of the lowest-up options, adopts a set EF5R value to determine riverine N2O emissions based on IPCC methods, which is one of the bottom-up approaches. Our results indicate that the EF5r values in China and other regions with high N loads are lower than those in regions with lower N loads. While the global mean EF5r value is similar to the IPCC default value, the global mean EF5r figure is highly skewed, showing that adopting region-specific EF5r values rather than revising the default value is more appropriate for the estimation of regional and global riverine N2O emissions.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/gcb.16458


Optimal dynamic regulation of carbon emissions market

We explore in this article how a group of companies can have optimally flexible carbon pollution control. We first demonstrate in closed form the market equilibrium in function of the regulator's dynamic allocation of jobs using variational techniques. The regulator and the companies then solve the Stackelberg puzzle, which we then solve. The result is a closedu20form representation of the optimal dynamic allocation policies that promote a desired emission reduction that meets a desired target emission reduction. The optimal strategy is unusual in the presence of market impact. In the absence of market disruption, the most appropriate policy is nonunique, but all the optimal policies endorse common characteristics, but most of the best practices follow common standards.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/mafi.12364


Sustainable development via environmental taxes and efficiency in energy: Evaluating trade adjusted carbon emissions

Sustainable growth goals are one of the primary targets for many countries around the world to achieve. Between 1990 and 2020, the new report examines the effect of economic growth and global trade, particularly by considering trade separately, energy efficiency, and environmental levies on consumptionu2010 based carbon emissions for the Gu20107 countries. According to the report, economic growth and imports are declining, affecting the CCO2 emission of the G-u20107 countries' CCO2 emissions, while exports, energy conservation, and environmental legislation are having a positive effect on the CCO2 emissions.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/sd.2400


Tax policies to reduce carbon emissions

No single carbon levy is imposed in several countries on all greenhouse gas emissions. The United Kingdom has adopted a patchwork of laws that increase the cost of various aspects of energy and polluting activities, resulting in implicit carbon taxes that vary widely among sources of emissions and energy users. We advocate for increased environmental rationing in the UK and other developed economies.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1475-5890.12308

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