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14th IEA-IETA-EPRI Annual Workshop on Greenhouse Gas Emission Trading


IEA, Paris: 9 October 2014 - 10 October 2014

Organiser: IEA / IETA / EPRI  

Contact Email: christopher.guelff@iea.org

Background

‌The International Energy Agency (IEA), International Emissions Trading Association (IETA) and Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) held their 14th annual workshop on greenhouse gas emissions trading on the 9th & 10th of October 2014 for invited:

  • senior officials from OECD countries, the European Union and other nations
  • corporate executives from energy-intensive industries, plus electric, brokerage and financial companies
  • analysts and researchers from non-governmental organisations and academia

The agenda was 14th IEA-IETA-EPRI GHG workshop agenda (for reference, the 2013 workshop agenda is here, 2012's here and 2011’s here) and selected presentations from the two days are below.


Session 1: Recent developments in the evolution of carbon markets

1-1 ENZMANN 2030 EU Framework
1-3 Mr Wilder spoke without slides
1-4 MEDINA Mexican Climate Change Law

Session 2: Evolution of greenhouse gas emissions trading in China

2-0 SWARTZ Evaluation of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Trading in China
2-1 ZHONG QING China Carbon Market Report 2014
2-2 GUELFF China ETS simulation
2-3 XING_AN GE State and Trends of Shenzhen Carbon Market
2-4 UPSTON HOOPER Roundtable on the Evolution of GHG Emissions Trading in China

Session 3: Report on IEA-EPRI electricity sector event: Electricity Market Design under Long-Term Decarbonisation: Challenges and Opportunities

3 IEA EPRI market design workshop highlights

Session 4: Linking carbon markets: towards fragmented approaches or globally networked markets?

4-0 DEBLOCK Linking carbon markets towards fragmented approaches or globally networked markets
4-1 YEO UK Parliament Energy and Climate Change Committee
4-2 SYLVESTER Networked Carbon Markets
4-3 EIK Linking carbon markets

Session 5: The future of greenhouse gas emissions trading in North America

5-1 NIEMEYER Assessing Challenges of EPA’s Clean Power Plan
5-2 WENZEL California’s Greenhouse Gas Cap-and-Trade Program
5-3 WILLIAMS The Future of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Trading in North America

Session 6: Addressing competitiveness and carbon leakage in the design of emissions trading programmes

6-1 MARCU Addressing Competitiveness and Carbon Leakage in ETs
6-2 MERLE Addressing competitiveness and carbon leakage in the design of emissions trading policies cement
6-3 HUGUET GHG and Competitiveness the Aluminium Case
6-4 REINAUD Europes low carbon transition understanding the challenges and opportunities for the chemical sector

Session 7: The role of offsets and New Market Mechanisms in climate policy

7-0 DIAMANT The Role of Offsets and New Market Mechanisms in Evolving Climate Policy
7-2 IINO Recent Development of the Joint Crediting Mechanism MOEJ
7-3 NEPSTAD Tropical Forests and Climate Change... REDD+ and Bottom-Up Innovation
7-4 RICH Role of Offsets and New Market Mechanisms in Climate Policy – Alberta’s Experience

Closing roundtable: The role of national policies and international and domestic carbon markets in the development of a future international climate agreement

8-1 Mr Watkinson spoke without slides
8-2 JOHNSON The role of international and domestic carbon markets in the 2015 international climate agreement
8-3 HONE International Market Architecture for Paris
8-4 KILANI The role of national policies and international carbon markets