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CO2-Emissionshandel - Auswirkungen auf die deutsche Energiewirtschaft

  • Clasing, Martin
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    Zu Beginn des Jahres 2005 startete das europäische Emissionshandelssystem. Die vorliegende Studie beschäftigt sich mit den Auswirkungen des Emissionshandelssystems auf die deutsche Energiewirtschaft. Dargestellt und analysiert wird zunächst die europäische Emissionshandelsrichtlinie 2003/87/EG. Danach wird auf die deutsche Umsetzung durch das Zuteilungsgesetz 2007 kritisch eingegangen. Die Studie untersucht ferner die Wirkungen des europäischen Emissionshandelsystems, der spezifischen Umsetzung in Form des deutschen nationalen Allokationsplanes sowie des Zuteilungsgesetzes 2007 auf die deutsche Energiewirtschaft. Betrachtet werden die Auswirkungen auf die Merit-Order, das Investitionsverhalten sowie die Entwicklung der Emissionsrechtspreise und der Strompreise.

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    Paper provided by University of Applied Sciences Jena, Department of Business Administration in its series Jena Contributions to Economic Research with number 2006,2.

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    Date of creation: 2006
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    Handle: RePEc:zbw:fhjbwf:20062
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