Loreta Stankeviciute's research while affiliated with Université Pierre Mendès France - Grenoble 2 and other places

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Purpose : The study aims to quantify the possible interactions between the three European objectives in the horizon of 2020 : (i) the reduction of 20% of greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) (2) the saving of 20% of the European energy consumption and (3) a share of 20% of renewable energies in the overall energy consumption. Particular focus is, however...
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The study aims to quantify the interactions between the three European objectives in the horizon of 2020: (1) the reduction of 20% of greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) (2) the saving of 20% of the energy consumption and (3) the share of 20% of renewables energies in the overall energy consumption. Particular focus is, however, placed on the influence...
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The study aims to analyze the sectoral marginal abatements cost curves for a number of EU countries as well as to examine the efficiency aspects and the economic impacts for the major sectors of the ETS under different carbon market configurations in 2010 and 2020. To produce a consistent and realistic assessment, we employ sources such as GHG Nati...
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Cette étude développe une analyse de l'articulation du marché européen des quotas pour les industries lourdes et le secteur électrique avec la régulation des émissions des autres secteurs. En particulier il est supposé qu'une taxation du carbone est mise en oeuvre dans les transports et le bâtiment. L'interaction entre taxe et prix du marché est si...
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Deux ensembles de facteurs vont être décisifs pour l'évolution future du système électrique européen : d'une part la nécessité d'une nouvelle vague d'investissements pour le renouvellement et l'expansion des capacités de production, et d'autre part l'émergence et le renforcement des contraintes d'émission de gaz à effet de serre (GES) qui imposeron...

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... Mitigation policies are widely adopted in various countries to substantially reduce CO 2 emissions, including renewable energy deployment (Wei et al., 2010;Duscha et al., 2016;Dai et al., 2016;Chandel et al., 2016; US Energy Information Administration (EIA), 2016), carbon tax (National Bureau of Statistics (NBS); Vehmas, 2005;Jagers and Hammar, 2009;Lu et al., 2012;Zhou et al., 2013;Almutairi and Elhedhli, 2014;Seymore et al., 2014) and carbon emission trading (Stankeviciute et al., 2008;Jotzo and Betz, 2009;Lennox and Van Nieuwkoop, 2010a;Lennox and Van Nieuwkoop, 2010b). Carbon capture and storage is also considered a technological strategy to reduce CO 2 emissions IEA Energy Technology Perspectives, 2012). ...
... However, given the volatility and uncertainties in the development of climate regime, this prediction is extremely difficult in practice. CO 2 prices depend on many external factors [11] and firms do not always have sufficient information to forecast them. If the carbon price signal is not clear enough in the long term, there is a risk that actors will postpone their decision to invest in lower carbon modes of production [12]. ...
... The environmental concerns on electricity production from fossil fuel units have encouraged governments and power producers to take steps toward carbon emission reduction in the electricity sector. Transition to clean energy resources is one of the solutions to this problem [1][2][3]. To this end, governments and power system regulators are making efforts to cultivate clean energy producers. ...
... It allows us to highlight the contrasted impacts of climate policies among EU sectors. Smale et al. (2006) or Criqui et al. (2005) use detailed partial equilibrium models to study some of the impacts of the EU ETS but they do not compare different allocation methods. The rest of the paper is organised as follows. ...