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Revising Emission Responsibilities through Consumption-Based Accounting: A European and Post-Brexit Perspective

2019 Journal Article | Climate

Author(s): BORGHESI Simone, CARO Dario, FEZZIGNA Paola

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International trade shifts production of a large amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions embodied in traded goods from the importing country to the exporting country. […]

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The EU’s NDC after the Talanoa Dialogue

2019 Report | Climate

Author(s): ALLOISIO Isabella, BORGHESI Simone, NICOLLI Francesco, STOEFS Wijnand, VANGENECHTEN Domien

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Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) represent the efforts of Parties to the Paris Agreement to reach the Paris Agreement’s long-term goal of limiting warming to well […]

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Installation entries and exits in the EU ETS: patterns and the delay effect of closure provisions

2019 Journal Article | Climate

Author(s): GRAF Christoph, JONG Thijs, VERDE Stefano

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This paper analyses installation entries and exits in the EU ETS, over 2005–2013. Patterns of entries and exits are identified across countries, sectors, and time. The […]

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Assessment of the current regulatory framework for hydropower remuneration in Brazil

2019 Working paper | Electricity

Author(s): BHAGWAT Pradyumna, MACHADO, Bruno Goulart F.

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The performance of two ongoing regulatory frameworks for hydropower remuneration in Brazil is analysed. The former is the status quo design, where the individual operational […]

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 Leigh Hancher

State Aid to the Nuclear Power Sector: The General Court’s Ruling on the UK Reactor at Hinkley Point C

2019 Journal Article | Energy Union Law

Author(s): HANCHER Leigh

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This note examines the recent ruling of the General Court on the application lodged by the Republic of Austria to annul the European Commission’s (EC) […]

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Towards an Efficient and Sustainable Tariff Methodology for the European Gas Transmission Network

2019 Research Report | Energy

Author(s): CERVIGNI Guido, CONTI Ilaria, GLACHANT Jean-Michel

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Gas transmission in Europe is currently based on the so-called entry-exit model. Under such a model, Europe is divided into gas balancing zones – also […]

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In hot water? Issues at stake in the regulation of French water public services

2018 Working paper | Water

Author(s): PORCHER, Simon

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In France, private firms manage the majority of water services but there is still a large part of water services under direct management. Such a […]

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 Policy-Brief

Sector Coupling: the New EU Climate and Energy Paradigm?

2018 Policy Brief | Gas

Author(s): OLCZAK Maria, PIEBALGS Andris

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To contribute to the achievement of the Paris Agreement 2°C, and potentially 1.5°C, objectives the EU needs a new energy paradigm. Sector coupling, binding together […]

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Limits of Traditional Distribution Network Tariff Design and Options to Move Beyond

2018 Policy Brief | Electricity

Author(s): MEEUS Leonardo, SCHITTEKATTE Tim

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With more consumers installing solar PV panels, it makes sense to depart from the historical practice of volumetric distribution network tariffs with net-metering.  However, regulators […]

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 Nicolo Rossetto

Continental incentive regulation

2018 BOOK chapter | Electricity

Author(s): RIOUS Vincent, ROSSETTO Nicolò

Editor(s): GLACHANT Jean-Michel, MEEUS Leonardo

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Electricity network regulation in the EU : the challenges ahead‎ for transmission and distribution, Cheltenham : Edward Elgar Publishing, 2018, Loyola de Palacio Series on […]

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