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Technology, Innovation and Policy: No-regret Potentials in Energy Conservation - An Analysis of Their Relevance, Size and Determinants
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2003, ISBN: 9783790815399

[ED: Taschenbuch / Paperback], [PU: Physica-Verlag], AUSFÜHRLICHERE BESCHREIBUNG: (2) Do existing estimates of the no-regret potential stand up to are-evaluation within this framework? As a result of this analysis the size of previous estimates for no-regret potentials may be modified - in terms ofenergy savings or in financial terms. On the basis of these findings, we will approach the overriding third research question: (3) How large is the no-regret potential and what determines its size? The following chapter will provide a fuller account of the debate on no-regret potentials. This will be complemented by a detailed theory-based definition of no regret potentials in Chapter 2. The thesis will focus mostly on the micro-level of analysis. But we will also address the implications ofour findings for the analysis ofenergy saving measures and policies at more aggregate levels, notably within a feasibility study for adapting a model which represents the level of the national economy. The debate on no-regret potentials 1 origin, context, issues The term "no-regret potentials" was coined during the debate on climate change. It designates opportunities for the reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions ". . . that are worth undertaking whether or not there are climate-related reasons for doing so. " (IPCC 1996, p. 271). In the IPCC's Third Assessment Report (TAR), no regret potentials are increasingly equated with GHG emission reduction potentials at negative (net) costs (lPCC 2001, p. 21). INHALT: I Introduction.- Subject and research questions.- 1 The debate on no-regret potentials - origin, context, issues.- 1.1 The origin: climate change and policy responses.- 1.1.1 International and supranational policy responses.- 1.1.2 German climate policy background.- 1.2 The relevance of no-regret potentials beyond climate policy.- 1.3 Key issues in the debate on no-regret potentials.- 1.4 Focus and structure of the thesis.- 2 The issues of the no-regret controversy.- 2.1 Definition of "no-regret" potentials.- 2.1.1 The micro-level of costs and benefits.- 2.1.2 The level of energy system analysis.- 2.1.3 The level of the national economy.- 2.2 Characterisation of the conflicting views.- 2.2.1 No-regret potentials within the framework of the transformationcurve.- 2.2.2 No-regret potentials within the framework of isoquants.- II Theory-based framework for the reassessment of no-regret potentials.- Preliminary remarks.- 3 The standard theory of market failure.- 3.1 Outline of theoretical concepts.- 3.1.1 Externalities.- 3.1.2 Decreasing average costs and market concentration.- 3.1.3 Information deficiencies.- 3.1.3.1 Quality ignorance and information asymmetries.- 3.1.3.2 Market solutions to information asymmetries.- 3.1.3.3 Ignorance of utility and prices.- 3.1.3.4 Uncertainty.- 3.2 Existing evidence on market failures related to energy saving measures.- 3.2.1 Existing evidence on external effects related to energy saving measures.- 3.2.2 Existing evidence on market failure following decreasingaverage costs.- 3.2.3 Existing evidence on information deficiencies related to energysaving measures.- 3.3 Conclusions on the standard theory of market failure.- Annex to Chapter 3.- A.1 Key questions related to market failure.- A.1.1 Key questions related to externalities as a reason for market failure.- A.1.2 Key questions related to market failure following decreasing average costs.- A.1.3 Key questions on information deficiencies related to energy saving measures.- A.1.3.1 Key questions related to asymmetric quality information.- A.1.3.2 Key questions related to ignorance of utility and prices.- A.1.3.3 Key questions related to the uncertainty of energy saving measures.- A.2 Micro-economic background.- 4 Transaction cost economics.- 4.1 Transaction costs and market failure.- 4.2 Outline of transaction cost economics.- 4.2.1 Outline of the quantitative approach.- 4.2.2 Outline of the heuristic approach.- 4.2.2.1 Asset specificity.- 4.2.2.2 Uncertainty and opportunism.- 4.2.2.3 Frequency.- 4.3 Review of empirical transaction cost research.- 4.3.1 Exemplary empirical TCE research.- 4.3.2 Existing heuristic evidence of transaction costs related to energysaving measures.- 4.3.3 Existing quantitative evidence of transaction costs related toenergy saving measures.- 4.4 Conclusions about transaction costs.- Annex to Chapter 4: Key questions based on the TCE approach.- A.1 Key questions from a market failure perspective.- A.2 Key questions from a heuristic perspective.- A.3 Key questions from a quantitative perspective.- 5 Investment appraisal.- 5.1 Standard theory of investment.- 5.1.1 Data for investment appraisal.- 5.1.2 Net present value and internal rate of return.- 5.1.3 Choosing the appropriate discount rate: the Capital AssetPricing Model.- 5.1.4 Shortcomings of the standard concepts.- 5.2 Real option values.- 5.2.1 Outline of the theoretical concept.- 5.2.2 Alternative modes of operationalisation.- 5.2.3 Strengths and potential biases in real option valuation.- 5.3 Review of investment appraisal methods in "no-regret" studies.- 5.3.1 Underlying data on revenues and expenditures.- 5.3.2 Conventional investment appraisal criteria in no-regret studies.- 5.3.3 Evaluation of energy saving measures as real options.- 5.4 Conclusions on investment appraisal.- Annex to Chapter 5.- A.1 Key questions on investment evaluation.- A.1.1 Verify and re-estimate data on cash flows.- A.1.2 Re-assessment based on conventional investment criteria.- A.1., [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, 235 mm, [GW: 630g]

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(2) Do existing estimates of the no-regret potential stand up to are-evaluation within this framework? As a result of this analysis the size of previous estimates for no-regret potentials may be modified - in terms ofenergy savings or in financial terms. On the basis of these findings, we will approach the overriding third research question: (3) How large is the no-regret potential and what. (2) Do existing estimates of the no-regret potential stand up to are-evaluation within this framework? As a result of this analysis the size of previous estimates for no-regret potentials may be modified - in terms ofenergy savings or in financial terms. On the basis of these findings, we will approach the overriding third research question: (3) How large is the no-regret potential and what determines its size? The following chapter will provide a fuller account of the debate on no-regret potentials. This will be complemented by a detailed theory-based definition of no- regret potentials in Chapter 2. The thesis will focus mostly on the micro-level of analysis. But we will also address the implications ofour findings for the analysis ofenergy saving measures and policies at more aggregate levels, notably within a feasibility study for adapting a model which represents the level of the national economy. The debate on no-regret potentials- 1 origin, context, issues The term "no-regret potentials" was coined during the debate on climate change. It designates opportunities for the reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions ".that are worth undertaking whether or not there are climate-related reasons for doing so. " (IPCC 1996, p. 271). In the IPCC's Third Assessment Report (TAR), no- regret potentials are increasingly equated with GHG emission reduction potentials at negative (net) costs (lPCC 2001, p. 21). Books, Business, Finance and Law~~Economics~~Environmental Economics, No-Regret Potentials In Energy Conservation~~Book~~9783790815399~~Katrin Ostertag, , , , , , , , , ,

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(2) Do existing estimates of the no-regret potential stand up to are-evaluation within this framework? As a result of this analysis the size of previous estimates for no-regret potentials may be modified - in terms ofenergy savings or in financial terms. On the basis of these findings, we will approach the overriding third research question: (3) How large is the no-regret potential and what determines its size? The following chapter will provide a fuller account of the debate on no-regret potentials. This will be complemented by a detailed theory-based definition of no regret potentials in Chapter 2. The thesis will focus mostly on the micro-level of analysis. But we will also address the implications ofour findings for the analysis ofenergy saving measures and policies at more aggregate levels, notably within a feasibility study for adapting a model which represents the level of the national economy. The debate on no-regret potentials 1 origin, context, issues The term "no-regret potentials" was coined during the debate on climate change. It designates opportunities for the reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions ". . . that are worth undertaking whether or not there are climate-related reasons for doing so. " (IPCC 1996, p. 271). In the IPCC's Third Assessment Report (TAR), no regret potentials are increasingly equated with GHG emission reduction potentials at negative (net) costs (lPCC 2001, p. 21). Bücher / Sozialwissenschaften, Recht & Wirtschaft / Wirtschaft / Volkswirtschaft

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No-regret Potentials in Energy Conservation
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Ostertag, Katrin

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No-regret Potentials in Energy Conservation

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9783790815399

The climate change debate has stimulated a controversy on the existence and size of potentials to reduce energy consumption at an economic benefit, so-called no-regret potentials. This book develops a theoretical evaluation framework with particular focus on transaction costs and real option theory. The resulting typology of no-regret potentials serves to re-evaluate the no-regret potential inherent in highly efficient electric motors and in energy service contracting. Both case studies confirm the existence of no-regret potentials, even if they indicate a certain spread of results around the original estimates. The book concludes with perspectives for deriving more aggregated model-based results.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9783790815399
ISBN (ISBN-10): 379081539X
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Date de parution: 2002
Editeur: Physica Verlag
407 Pages
Poids: 0,637 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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