This meeting is convened by a group of institutions as supporting organizations, which include ERCST/ICTSD, I4CE, WWF, IETA, and Nomisma Energia. The EU ETS Phase 4 discussion is nearing the end, yet there are still significant differences in position between the various negotiating parties in the trilogue, and between members of the broader community of stakeholders.
This meeting focuses on two aspects of the Phase 4 discussion:
- how do we address the large over-supply of allowances currently in the market and
- how will carbon leakage protection evolve up to 2030.
It is hoped that this meeting will help catalyze a solution that will provide a good balance between these two elements.
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Project Manager - Industry, Energy and Climate
Within I4CE, Charlotte works mainly on issues linked to the energy transition and the decarbonisation of industry.
Her recent research has focused on EU climate and energy policies (included the EU ETS), as well as on the anticipation by companies of risks and opportunities linked to the transition to a low-carbon economy.
Prior to joining I4CE, Charlotte worked at the International Energy Agency (IEA), first on the design of low-carbon power markets, and then in the World Energy Outlook team, notably on power and renewables.
She graduated from the engineering school Mines Paristech.
Emilie ALBEROLA, Phd
Program Director- Industry, Energy and Climate
Emilie Alberola is a Program Director at I4CE, where she oversees research on carbon pricing policies in the sectors of industry and energy. For 10 years, Emily has developed expertise on the formation of carbon prices which are established by emissions trading schemes or carbon taxes, in Europe and in the rest of the world. Emilie coordinates and participates in several research projects (COPEC, CARISMA, case studies “Emissions Trading Schemes”, etc …) in collaboration with numerous research centers, think tanks, public institutions and public and private decision makers.
Since 2015, Emily is a member of the Economic Council for Sustainable Development (ECSD). Author of numerous publications in general and academic papers, she teach Climate Change Economics for a Master in “Energy-Finance-Carbon” from the Paris-Dauphine University and a certificate for “Energy-Finance” from HEC Paris and other training for postgraduate courses for universities in France.
Emilie is a doctor of economic sciences at the University Paris I Sorbonne and graduated from the Specialized Master in “Management for Sustainable Development” of HEC.
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