A new dawn for electricity?. Unpacking the role of changing EU and national governance TENTATIVE... Måns Nilsson, Stockholm Environment Institute w contributions from Lars J Nilsson, Lunds Universitet. Study Purpose.
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Unpacking the role of changing EU and national governance
Måns Nilsson, Stockholm Environment Institute
w contributions from Lars J Nilsson, Lunds Universitet
13,2 TWH in 2007 up to 17,5 TWH in 2010. there are extensive existing plans for more CHP, both from biomass and waste incineration. (STEM, 2008)
More positive treatment as RES in EU proposal
“ a change of attitude – electricity used to be the bad guy, now it is often seen as an opportunity for climate-efficient energy), and the future roll of electricity as the saviour of the transport-climate problem” (Interview)
Outcome in ”field”
(incl. Investments etc)
EU policy and outlook for, electricity!
-climate and energy package
Reorientation of field
(35% av Swedish emissions; power&heat, refineries, coal, steel, minerals, paper&pulp
(65% av Swedish emissions; housing, transport, waste, agriculture, some industries
Domestic policies – Certificates
Efficiency targets constrains use, heat pumps are pushed in.