Presentation: EU ETS Restructuring
We will select and present a package of reform options, on the basis of the paper on EU ETS structural reform options, in which CEPS cooperated with a number of other institutions, including the Wegener Centre at the University of Graz, WIFO & the Austrian Environment Agency.
The panellists are invited to comment on this proposed reform package, but also to present what their own desired reform package would look like.
Afternoon: Mathods of Free Allocation
Presentation: Which models are to be considered
CEPS will present a number of options that need to be considered. This will be followed by a discussion with CMF participants.
Presentation: Modelling assumptions
CEPS will team up with the Wegener Center at the University of Graz to execute the quantitative modelling of the various models of free allocation under consideration.
During this presentation, the WegCenter will introduce and discuss the parameters and assumptions underlying the CGE model that we will use in the modelling.
- Andrei Marcu
- Deputy Director,
- CEPS Energy Climate House
- Stefan Schleicher
- Lead Scientist,
- Daniele Agostini
- Head of the Low Carbon Policies
and Carbon Regulation Unit,
- Matthieu Auzanneau
- The Shift Project
- Y. Dong
- Project Officer,
- Carbon Markets, Ministry of Environment, Sustainable Development and Energy
- Vincent Mages
- Climate Change Initiatives Vice President
- Meike Söker
- Division Emissions Trading
- Germany’s Federal Environment Ministry
- Michiel Cornelissen
- Climate & Energy Efficiency Manager
- Matteo Mazzoni
- Carbon and Power Market analyst
- Nomisma Energia
- Jean Pierre Ponssard
- Professor of Economics
- Ecole Polytechnique
- Rob van der Meer
- Director EU Public Affairs