The 2015 and 22nd Ulvön conference showcased interesting and policy relevant issues on climate policies within the EU and other developing economies.
Thomas Broberg explained at Norwegian conference that breakfast at 2 pm and dinner at 9 pm in reality means that electricity consumers save one Swedish krona a day.
"A lot of households believe the price of electricity to be significantly higher than it really is and that the cost of, for example, using a kitchen appliance higher than it is."
The course runs between October 26th and November 29th 2015. Read more by clicking on the headline.
It has become increasingly common to add environmental requirements to public procurements. But in order for it to work the environmental requirements need to be tougher that the legislation.
Several of CERE's researchers question the circular economy that has been promoted on DN debatt (the opinion section of Sweden's most renowned morning paper).
CERE's Runar Brännlund participated in three seminars during Almedalen week 2015.
(only in Swedish)
The Swedish Energy Markets Inspectorate (Energimarknadsinspektionen - Ei) commissioned CERE to study Swedish consumer's flexibility to adapt their electricity consumption according to real time prices. The second report has recently been published.
Jessica Coria (Gothenburg University) and Jurate Jaraite (CERE) provide an insightful analysis to compare the transaction costs of monitoring reporting and verification (MRV) procedures between the European Emission Trading System (EU ETS) and the carbon tax in Sweden. This paper fills the gap of the absence of such transaction costs comparison case studies.