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.
Three components of SEEA
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.”
Energy tax and fuel use by industry