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Green electricity certificates: A supplement to the flexible mechanisms of the Kyoto protocol

1st Person: Nielsen, Lene
Additional Persons: Jeppesen, Tim
Type of Publication: Paper
Language: English
Published: Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM) 1999
Series: Nota di Lavoro
Keywords: Erneuerbare Energie
Umweltzeichen
Umweltpolitik
Emissionshandel
Theorie
Dänemark
Renewable energy
Eco-label
Environmental policy
Emissions trading
Theory
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Green electricity certificates: A supplement to the flexible mechanisms of the Kyoto protocol
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Green electricity certificates: A supplement to the flexible mechanisms of the Kyoto protocol
Erneuerbare Energie
Umweltzeichen
Umweltpolitik
Emissionshandel
Theorie
Dänemark
Renewable energy
Eco-label
Environmental policy
Emissions trading
Theory
Nielsen, Lene
Nota di Lavoro
title_short
Green electricity certificates: A supplement to the flexible mechanisms of the Kyoto protocol
title_full
Green electricity certificates: A supplement to the flexible mechanisms of the Kyoto protocol
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Green electricity certificates: A supplement to the flexible mechanisms of the Kyoto protocol
title_full_unstemmed
Green electricity certificates: A supplement to the flexible mechanisms of the Kyoto protocol
title_sort
Green electricity certificates: A supplement to the flexible mechanisms of the Kyoto protocol
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electronic Article
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Paper
publisher
Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM)
publishDate
1999
language
English
topic
Erneuerbare Energie
Umweltzeichen
Umweltpolitik
Emissionshandel
Theorie
Dänemark
Renewable energy
Eco-label
Environmental policy
Emissions trading
Theory
topic_facet
Renewable energy
Eco-label
Environmental policy
Emissions trading
Theory
author
Nielsen, Lene
author2
Jeppesen, Tim
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Jeppesen, Tim
description
With the liberalisation of the European electricity market, new instruments are searched for in order to co-ordinate climate change initiatives with competition. This paper analyses the potential of a system of green electricity certificates to regulate the introduction of renewable energy sources. Based on Dutch experiences from a similar system of Green Labels, potential problems and possible solutions are presented. Furthermore, the system of Green Certificates is compared with the flexible mechanisms of the Kyoto Protocol in order to discuss their common features and assess the compatibility of these instruments.
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Nota di Lavoro
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Nota di Lavoro
Nota di Lavoro
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Nota di Lavoro
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Nota di Lavoro
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