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Effects of Interactions between EU Climate and Energy Policies

19 November 2016

The CARISMA case study analysis on energy and climate policy interactions aims to complement existing literature on policy interactions by addressing a set of aspects of policy interactions related to: the policy levels at which interactions may occur (EU, national or regional levels), inter-temporal interactions (e.g., short term versus long term policy interactions), and interactions that occur if stakeholders are indirectly affected by a policy instrument (even if they are explicitly excluded from the policy).

Four cases studies have been analysed :

  • France: Impact of the implementation of the RED and energy efficiency measures on GHG emissions in in the electricity sector under the EU ETS.
  • Austria: Interaction between energy efficiency policy measures at the levels of the federal and regional governments.
  • Greece: Impact of the planned Energy Efficiency Obligation scheme in Greece on the GHG emissions in the Greek power sector covered by the EU ETS.
  • EU-level: Implications of interaction between the EU ETS and the Renewable Energy Directive

Authors: Wytze van der Gaast, JIN;  Gwen-Jiro Clochard and Emilie Alberola, I4CE ;  Andreas Türk, University of Graz ; Noriko Fujiwara, CEPS; and Niki-Artemis Spyridaki, UPRC

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