EUETSEuropean Union Emissions Trading Scheme
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[7] developed a two-level supply chain inventory model with a coordination mechanism based on the European Union Emissions Trading System (EUETS), providing implications for companies to minimize inventory and carbon emission cost.
An international solution is needed as regional solutions, like EUETS, have inherent complications and several points of contention for non-EU based operators.
operators in recent weeks, in response to the pending EUETS deadline.
In the absence of the USA, the EUETS has been by far the major Annex I institution for CDM trade generally, and the European Commission has established an EU-China CDM Facilitation Project which 'aims to strengthen the [CDM] as a central pillar within China's path to sustainable development'.
The European Union's experience with the transition from Phase I to Phase II of its Emissions Trading System (EUETS) (28) is instructive.
The largest is the European Union's Emissions Trading Scheme (EUETS), which has been operating since 2005, is responsible for some 90 per cent of all carbon trades, and was worth $US 30 billion last year.
Currently, only larger firms with high energy consumption can benefit from carbon trading initiatives such as the EU Emission Trading Scheme (EUETS), which is designed to give firms financial encouragement to reduce their CO2 output.
This popular but little-tried idea lies at the heart of some of the most prominent international approaches to the problem, including the Kyoto protocol and the European Union's Emissions Trading Scheme (EUETS).
To capture the effects of various institutional features of carbon price, Koop and Tole [8] used dynamic model averaging to model and forecast spot and future prices in the EUETS carbon market.