Tag Archives: Greenhouse gas emissions
This study explores opportunities for meeting climate goals through international partnerships for emissions trading, examining the implications and benefits for society.
Where Has “When” Flexibility Gone?: The Role of Temporal Flexibility in Achieving Greenhouse Gas Abatement Goals
Participants in a “cap and trade” scheme may have the ability to bank emissions permits for future use. This paper investigates how banking may effect emissions outcomes and costs under an economy-wide cap-and-trade policy.
For the past four years, EPRI has worked with automakers, energy companies, and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to analyze the lifecycle impacts of various vehicle and fuel combinations. The resulting study (“Cradle-to-Grave Lifecycle Analysis of U.S. Light-Duty Vehicle-Fuel Pathways: A Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Economic Assessment of Current (2015) and Future (2025-2030) Technologies”) […]