Allocation of carbon tax revenues to national and international mitigation options

  • S. Kypreos
Part of the Economics, Energy and Environment book series (ECGY, volume 5)

Abstract

Different international projects such as the Energy Systems Analysis Project (ETSAP) of the International Energy Agency (IEA) and the IIASA project CHALLENGE, have initiated policy studies against the greenhouse effect. The scope of these projects is to analyze policies of controlling greenhouse gas (GHGs) emissions, and to investigate the implications of such policies on the energy sector and the economy. A study by the Commission of European Communities (CEC) follows similar objectives.

Keywords

Gross Domestic Product Marginal Cost Compensation Payment MARKAL Constraint Conservation Option 
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© Kluwer Academic Publisher 1996

Authors and Affiliations

  • S. Kypreos
    • 1
  1. 1.Villigen-PSISwitzerland

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