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Identifying Emissions Reduction Opportunities in International Bilateral Emissions Trading Systems to Achieve China’s Energy Sector NDCs

Using a CGE model, this report explored emissions reduction opportunities for China's electricity sector in international bilateral emissions trading systems using a CGE model. This study found that linking China's ETS to those of regions with lower decarbonisation obligations, which tend to be developing regions, could reduce China's carbon prices and lower energy prices, thus raising China's domestic electricity supply and lowering energy prices. Meanwhile, the amount of the rise in China's carbon rates has been affected by the amount of change in China's carbon prices by a wide variety of factors. Among these, ETS links to India and Russia could help reduce China's carbon price from 7. 80 USD/ton to 6. 79 USD/ton and 6. 79 USD/ton, respectively, allowing the energy sector and oil-intensive industries to rise greenhouse gas emissions by 1. 1 percent and 7. 2 percent, respectively, without falling short of meeting NDC goals.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph20021332


Relationship Between Emissions Trading Scheme and the Cost of Debt: Focusing on Export Concentration

According to export concentration, the effects of ETS on debt financing costs are largely determined by geography. u2013 This report shows whether the effect of ETS on debt financing costs is differentiated according to geographic location. The ETS has reduced borrowing rates for businesses with no exports and companies with a small number of exports in the first place. The rise in debt financing prices rises in Second, as carbon intensity in a company with high export concentration rises. A decrease in debt financing costs for third-party exports and companies with a high export concentration are evidently lower. Creditors are often aware of the effects of the ETS based on the degree of export concentration, as well as considering the characteristics of firms responding to the ETS, and can determine the degree of export concentration even when considering the characteristics of firms responding to the ETS.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.16980/jitc.18.6.202212.421


How the carbon emissions trading system affects green total factor productivity? A quasi-natural experiment from 281 Chinese cities

The findings reveal that the carbon emissions trading system has a positive influence on GTFP, and that when it comes to a more efficient carbon trading scheme, enterprises can choose between innovation compensation and industrial upgrading to raise GTFP, so as to remove carbon emission constraints imposed by carbon pollution regulation; in different regions, the regulatory consequences of the carbon trading system differs greatly. The incentive effect of the carbon trading system, according to a more detailed review, depends on a working market framework.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fenrg.2022.895539


Optimal Replacement, Retrofit, and Management of a Fleet of Assets Under Regulations of an Emissions Trading System

This thesis explores the design of a parallel replacement and improvement for a fleet of assets in order to minimize both the financial burdens and greenhouse gas emissions, where cap-and-trade limits the emissions are limited. The firm that controls the assets has the choice of using the funds, putting them in inventory, upgrading them, or salvaging them. The firm has the opportunity to purchase new assets from a variety of technologies and/or upgrading its existing assets to a more effective model.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.32920/14656524


Optimal Replacement, Retrofit, and Management of a Fleet of Assets Under Regulations of an Emissions Trading System

This thesis explores the design of a parallel replacement and enhancement for a fleet of assets to minimize both the operational costs and greenhouse gas emissions that are limited by cap-and-trade. The firm that controls the funds has the choice of using the funds, putting them in inventory, upgrading them, or salvaging them. The firm has the opportunity to purchase new assets from various technologies and/or upgrading its existing ones to a more effective model.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.32920/14656524.v1


Unilateral Phase-Out of Coal to Power in an Emissions Trading Scheme

Abstract We examine the displacement effects of unilateral phase-out-of-coal measures in a stylized two-country model with coal- and gas-fired electricity generation in an international emissions trading scheme. The emissions cap remains unchanged in the basic policy scenario, where electricity markets are national and one country prohibits coal. The effects would be symmetric, and all countries would lose if any countries phase out coal. We then expand our examination to the situations where the unilateral coal ban is combined with a modest reduction of the pollution levy and allow for international trade in electricity.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10640-021-00589-3

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