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Energy Transitions

The objective of the Renewable Energy Workshops is to understand the role of policy design in expediting the adoption of renewable energy in a cost-effective manner and promoting the growth of new industries. In line with this objective, a wide range of policy instruments, designed and implemented to promote renewable energy, are being assessed. Furthermore, the workshops take a holistic approach by analyzing how the competitive dynamics between renewable technologies and incumbent technologies.


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Energy Transitions
This is the third in a series of workshops aimed to inform research into the role of fossil fuels through the transition to a low carbon future. One of the main purposes of this workshop is to explore what would happen if all governments adopted policies that actually limited emissions to the level necessary to hit the 2 degrees Celsius target — for simplicity, we interpret this as all countries achieve the same emissions per capita by 2100 and each moves to that level in a linear progression from where they start today. This will be done through a simulation exercise using the Oxford Economic Model. We will be discussing the insights from the first iteration of this simulation, which was conducted at the previous workshop in The Hague.
11 December 2017
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