Before introducing an emissions trading system, jurisdictions have to consider the ex-isting energy and climate policy framework. This report seeks to analyse and evaluate non-ETS climate policy instruments, such as carbon taxes or green certificate trading schemes, regarding their suitability to serve as a basis for establishing emission trading systems. There is a general assessment of prototypical policy instruments. Besides, the report contains insights from case studies in India and Mexico. The report is meant to inform ETS development by showing how existing policy instruments could contribute to this process and by illustrating how non-ETS policy instruments could coexist with an emissions trading system, allowing for an effective policy mix.
Climate | Energy
How can existing national climate policy instruments contribute to ETS development?
Climate Change | 11/2019
Nicolas Kreibich, Sonja Butzengeiger-Geyer, Wolfgang Obergassel, Dian Phylipsen, Stephan Hoch, Axel Michaelowa, Valentin Friedmann, Björn Dransfeld, Hanna-Wang Helmreich
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