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Energy and emissions markets: collision or convergence?

By: James, Tom.
Contributor(s): Fusaro, Peter.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Wiley Finance Series. Publisher: USA John Wiley & Sons (Asia) Pte Ltd. 2006Description: xxv, 454 p.ISBN: 9780470821589.Subject(s): Emissions trading | Power resources - PricesDDC classification: 332.644 Summary: This book demonstrates that the forces of energy and environmental issues and linked more than ever before. The beginning of European emissions and trading in 2005 and the implementation of the Kyoto protocol have accelerated efforts already underway in the US to use market forces to remediate environmental issues. Topics such as emissions trading, renewable energy trading, the fourth dimension in energy trading, and new outcomes on green project finance will be analyzed in this book. This new dynamic in energy pricing converged and in some cases collided with energy markets. Drawing extensively on the first year of the EU ETS, this book, 'Energy & Emissions Markets: Collision or Convergence?' explores the developments of emissions regulation, emissions trading schemes, and how they are interacting with energy markets across the globe.
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This book demonstrates that the forces of energy and environmental issues and linked more than ever before. The beginning of European emissions and trading in 2005 and the implementation of the Kyoto protocol have accelerated efforts already underway in the US to use market forces to remediate environmental issues. Topics such as emissions trading, renewable energy trading, the fourth dimension in energy trading, and new outcomes on green project finance will be analyzed in this book. This new dynamic in energy pricing converged and in some cases collided with energy markets. Drawing extensively on the first year of the EU ETS, this book, 'Energy & Emissions Markets: Collision or Convergence?' explores the developments of emissions regulation, emissions trading schemes, and how they are interacting with energy markets across the globe.

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