A new report maps out a way to and possible design of an emissions trading scheme (ETS) in Turkey. The report, the first in a series prepared for the World Bank Partnership for Market Readiness (PMR), was prepared by a consortium led by Ecofys, including FutureCamp and LifeEnerji, and further supported by Özlem Döğerlioğlu, attorney at Law for the Turkish Ministry of Environment and Urbanisation.
Countries can only benefit from a low weighted average cost of capital (WACC) on wind onshore and PV investments, if adequate support policies are in place. “WACC-aware” stable policy schemes have to be designed at national and European level to allow for adequate business cases and to trigger investments. These are the key findings of the ‘Pricetag project’ funded by the European Climate Foundati...
Ecofys has developed a methodology that allows biofuel companies to demonstrate that biofuels are produced without indirect land use change (ILUC) effects. This will be especially relevant for conventional, land based biofuels which currently face limitations in the EU over concerns on their associated ILUC risks. The European Commission refers to the Ecofys study in its Impact Assessment for the ...
In a detailed report for the European Commission, Ecofys analysed the elements of, and drivers for, retail prices for electricity, natural gas and oil products in all 28 European Member States, Norway and Turkey.
Ecofys delivered a detailed analysis of taxes and levies on energy prices, including requirements for reductions, exemptions and compensation. The price information was used for an analy...