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200 1 ^aClimate change and environmental policies in the european electricity sector^fGiulio Federico
320   ^aBibliografia pág. 330-333
330   ^a1. Introduction. 2. The economics of climate change. 2.1. Climate change and the timing of reductions in greenhouse gas emissions. 2.1.1. Implications for GHG Emission Profiles. 2.1.2. The costs and benefits of action on climate change. 2.2. Economic mechanisms for reducing carbon emissions. 2.2.1. Carbon pricing. 2.2.2. Technology policy and renewable support. 2.2.3. International public good considerations. 2.3. The economics of electricity markets in the presence of large amounts of low-carbon generation. 2.4. Interactions with other elements of energy policy. 3. Environmental policies in the E.U. energy sector: design and performance. 3.1. Phase I of E.U. environmental policy: 1990-2010. 3.1.1. The Kyoto targets on ghg emission reductions. 3.1.2. The emission trading system (ETS). 3.1.3. E.U. renewable targets for 2010. 3.2. Phase II of E.U. environmental policy: 2010-2020. 4. Conclusions: policy challenges for the European electricity market.
461  1^tRevista de concorrência e regulação^cCoimbra^bAlmedina^d2010^x1647-5801^vA. 2, n.º 5 (Jan./Mar. 2011)^pp. 293-333
606   ^aDireito do ambiente
606   ^aAlteração climática
606   ^aPolítica do ambiente
606   ^aEnergia eléctrica
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