Objective: There are two main objectives:
the theoretical analysis and
the design of the formal framework for the toolbox Green-X.
In more detail, the theoretical analysis includes:
to analyse the various interactions of different types of policy instruments and market conditions, society restrictions, stakeholder behaviour in a dynamic way;
to investigate the linkage of RES-E, CHP, conv. electricity generation and GHG-reduction and
to evaluate how new environmental markets, such as CO2 emission permits/credits, may affect or overlap with the promotion of CHP and/or RES-E.
Duration: January 2003 – February 2004
Participants: EEG, IT-Power, CSIC, ISI
Deliverable: D7 – Public Report “Trade-offs”
In more detail, the following subtasks occur:
Objective: Analysis and assessment of technology-environmental interactions between (market) CHP, conv. electricity generation, RES-E technologies and DSM activities. The following issues will be considered:
various interactions of different types of policy instruments,
society restrictions and
stakeholder behaviour in a dynamic way.
Objective: Analysis of the interactions of the three markets:
especially in relation to CHP, the most relevant DSM activities and RES. It is the aim to explain how these new markets affect or overlap the promotion of CHP or RES-E or foster DSM activities.
Objective: Modelling the dynamics and interactions with respect to RES-E by area of activity:
Technology: dynamic development of cost curves for different technologies as well as the feasibility of availability and deployment over time;
Markets: interactions of physical electricity, TGC and GHG market;
Society/Policy: e.g. dynamic implementation of different types of instruments like increasing quota or changing FIT and
Stakeholders: Individual dynamic behaviour of different groups.
Objective: To give a number of policy recommendations in relation to the integration of the three markets and trade-offs between technologies and promotion schemes. Recommendations are given from e.g.:
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