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  • Referierte Aufsätze Web of Science

    Removing Cross-Border Capacity Bottlenecks in the European Natural Gas Market: A Proposed Merchant-Regulatory Mechanism

    We propose a merchant-regulatory framework to promote investment in the European natural gas network infrastructure based on a price cap over two-part tariffs. As suggested by Vogelsang (J Regul Econ 20:141–165, 2001) and Hogan et al. (J Regul Econ38:113–143, 2010), a profit maximizing network operator facing this regulatory constraint will intertemporally rebalance the variable and fixed part of its ...

    In: Networks and Spatial Economics 15 (2015), 1, 149-181 | Anne Neumann, Juan Rosellón, Hannes Weigt
  • DIW Wochenbericht 42 / 2014

    Ein Atomkraftwerk in Hinkley Point: das Ende des europäischen Binnenmarkts? Kommentar

    2014| Christian von Hirschhausen
  • DIW Roundup 40 / 2014

    Effizienzanalysemethoden in der Regulierung deutscher Elektrizitäts- und Gasversorgungsunternehmen

    Mehr als 1600 Verteilnetzbetreiber versorgen deutsche Haushalte mit Strom und Gas. Dabei handelt es sich um „natürliche Monopole“, d.h. es gibt keinen direkten Wettbewerb zwischen den Unternehmen, sondern werden sie durch die Bundesnetzagentur im Anreizregulierungsverfahren reguliert. Herzstück dieses Regulierungsverfahren ist ein Benchmarking beruhend auf der Data Envelopment (DEA) Analysis und der ...

    2014| Stefan Seifert
  • Externe Monographien

    On the Emissions-Inequality Trade-off in Energy Taxation: Evidence on the German Car Fuel Tax

    By using estimates from an Almost Ideal Demand System (AIDS), we investigate how the German energy tax on car fuels changes the private households’ CO2 emissions, living standards, and post-tax income distribution. Our results show that the tax implies a trade-off between the aim to reduce emissions and vertical equity, which refers to the idea that people with a greater ability to pay taxes should ...

    Berlin: Freie Univ. Berlin, FB Wirtschaftswiss., 2015, 40 S.
    (Discussion Paper / School of Business & Economics ; 2015,06)
    | Dragana Nikodinoska, Carsten Schröder
  • DIW Wochenbericht 21 / 2015

    Marktstabilitätsreserve stärkt den europäischen Emissionshandel

    Der europäische Emissionshandel soll Emissionen von Treibhausgasen vermindern und Investitionen in klimafreundliche Technologien unterstützen. Allerdings können mehrere Markthemmnisse dazu führen, dass der Emissionshandel aufgrund der großen Überschüsse an Emissionszertifikaten eine kosteneffiziente Entwicklung der Emissionsminderung nur eingeschränkt unterstützt. Die Europäische Kommission hat daher ...

    2015| Karsten Neuhoff, William Acworth, Anne Schopp
  • Diskussionspapiere 1476 / 2015

    An Economic Assessment of Soil Carbon Sequestration with Biochar in Germany

    Biochar is a carbon-rich solid obtained from the heating of biomass in the (near) absence of oxygen in a process called pyrolysis. Its soil incorporation is increasingly discussed as a means to sequester carbon in soils and, thus, to help mitigate climate change. When deployed in agricultural soils in Germany, it has been found by Teichmann (2014a, b) that slowpyrolysis biochar from a wide variety ...

    2015| Isabel Teichmann
  • DIW Wochenbericht 18 / 2015

    EU-Wettbewerbsklage gegen Gazprom: Initialzündung für eine europäische Energie-Union? Kommentar

    2015| Claudia Kemfert
  • SOEPpapers 746 / 2015

    Dynamic Properties of Energy Affordability Measures

    Measures of affordability are applied in practice, e.g., to assess the affordability of energy services, water or housing. They can be interpreted as measures of deprivation in a specific domain of consumption. The large body of literature on affordability measure has little overlap with the existing literature on poverty measurement. A comprehensive assessment of the response of affordability measures ...

    2015| Peter Heindl, Rudolf Schüssler
  • Diskussionspapiere 1466 / 2015

    Spillovers between Food and Energy Prices and Structural Breaks

    This paper estimates a bivariate VAR-GARCH(1,1) model to examine linkages between food and energy prices. The adopted framework is suitable to analyse both mean and volatility spillovers, and also allows for possible parameter shifts resulting from four recent events, namely: 1) the 2006 food crisis, 2) the Brent oil bubble, 3) the introduction of the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) policy, and 4) the ...

    2015| Alanoud Al-Maadid, Guglielmo Maria Caporale, Fabio Spagnolo, Nicola Spagnolo
  • DIW Roundup 59 / 2015

    The Market Stability Reserve: Is Europe Serious about the Energy Union?

    The European Union Emission Trading Scheme (EU ETS) has been implemented to provide a common climate policy instrument across European Union countries, to contribute to a credible investment perspective for low-carbon investors and support further European integration of energy markets. Thus the EU ETS is a key element of the European Energy Union.However, given the accumulation of a large surplus ...

    2015| William Acworth, Nils May, Karsten Neuhoff
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