Energy accounts and environmental economic instruments. Viveka Palm, Statistics Sweden. Vienna 2008. Oslo-group [email protected] Ongoing projects with Eurostat grants financing. Sweden:
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Viveka Palm, Statistics Sweden. Vienna 2008. Oslo-group
Ongoing projects with Eurostat grants financing.
a) monetary accounts (environmentally motivated and environmentally harmful energy subsidies, Energy costs and investments),
b) methods for international transport energy use
Norway: on reporting of physical energy accounts.
Sectors Industries Product/service
Physical, chemical and
Air-, water- and
1) Product- and other production taxes
2) Other levies (e.g. charges)
3) Tax subsidies
● Direct transfers (to producers, households)
● Public R&D
● Preferential tax treatments
● Trade restrictions
● Price controls
● The OECD and EUROSTAT definition
“…it has been chosen to single out the tax bases that seem to have a particular environmental relevance, and to consider all taxes levied on these tax bases as environmentally related regardless of the motives behind their introduction, their names etc.”