Climate change and atmospheric emissions is considered to be the most serious global environmental issue we face today. In this context the EU Emissions Trading Scheme represents one corner stone of Europe’s strategy to mitigate emissions of greenhouse gases which is a key contributor to climate change. As a substantial producer of greenhouse gases, electricity generation plays a major role in the emission market and possible emission reduction.
The course "Carbon and Electricity markets" is designed to introduce participants into the world of energy policies, regulations, carbon management, and CO2 reduction. The key focus of the DNV GL course is to fully understand the carbon market, the electricity market and their interaction. The increasing interaction of the traditional energy market with the still young and steadily growing carbon market represents a challenge for market players and constantly raises new questions and concerns.
This training course is available on request. Location, duration and content can be adapted to your wishes. Please contact us for more information.
- Policies and regulations
- Risks and risk management
- Price scenarios
- (post) Kyoto Phase
- Emissions Trading Schemes (ETS) and their influences
- Energy supply
- CO2 reduction options
- Project-bases mechanisms
Those new to the energy industry; new joiners and those involved in carbon issues within utilities and electricity producers, network companies and governmental agencies.