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Sectoral Approaches in Electricity - IEA International Energy Agency
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IEA International Energy Agency:
SECTORAL APPROACHES IN ELECTRICITY. Building Bridges to a Safe Climate. 2009.

Organization for Economic Cooperation & Development, Paris, , 1st release, 150 pages, paperback, mm
ISBN: 978-92-64-06872-8
75,00 EURO

 

Sectoral Approaches in Electricity - IEA International Energy Agency

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(The following abstract is taken from the publisher directly.)

Electricity accounts for more than 40 % of global energy-related CO2 emissions. This issue is most pressing for developing countries where growth in power demand is particularly high, fueling the risk of irreversible investment in CO2-intensive capacity, the so-called "carbon lock-in".

Sectoral Approaches in Electricity - Building Bridges to a Safe Climate shows how the international climate policy framework could effectively support a transition towards low-CO2 electricity systems in developing countries. Sectoral approaches are intended to address sectors that require urgent actions, without waiting for countries to take nation-wide commitments.

Earlier IEA publications have extensively reviewed developed countries' efforts to steer generation away from carbon-intensive production modes, from dedicated support to low-carbon technologies to, increasingly, the reliance on CO2 pricing via emissions trading. Following the same logic, there are proposals seeking to use the international carbon market to drive changes at sectoral level in developing countries. This publication illustrates the pros and cons of such an approach in a few key emerging economies. It also asks how international climate policy could support and enhance ongoing efforts on end-use energy efficiency - an essential piece of the climate change/electricity puzzle.


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