Energy Transition and Carbon Pricing (1-day workshop)

Learn about carbon pricing in decarbonizing economies

Wednesday 9 November 2022, 10:00-16:00 (CET)

Growing public and investor pressure has moved climate change further up the agenda. As a result, there is increased attention and efforts to address climate change around the world. The Paris Agreement, with its universal requirement on all countries to submit nationally determined contributions (NDCs), marks a significant change for the framework of international cooperation through carbon markets.

The low-carbon transition focuses on decarbonizing economies and supply chains. To achieve this the role and potential for carbon pricing and carbon markets will be crucial.

During this 1 day webinar style course we will deal with the key policy issues and the main trends in emissions markets such as future carbon prices and policy expectations.

Target Groups:
Professionals in a business, control or support function in the commodity and energy markets.

Learning Objectives:

  • How will the Climate Change Transition proceed
  • Insights into the global existing or emerging emission markets
  • The importance of Article 6 of the Paris Agreement
  • Trading in voluntary (non-compliance) markets
  • The ins and outs of Carbon pricing & taxation
  • How to employ internal carbon pricing

Including:

  • Study materials (handout)
  • Lunch

Programme

Introduction Climate Change Transition

  • The Net zero carbon target
  • Economic impacts of climate change
  • Game changing technologies and innovations in the next 5-10 years
  • Role Carbon Tax and Carbon Trading

Article 6 Paris Agreement

  • Article 6 Paris Agreement; the global market rules
  • Impact Article 6 Paris agreement and carbon pricing
    • Results-based climate finance (RBCF)
  • What’s new after COP 26 in Glasgow

Essentials of Carbon Pricing

  • What is carbon pricing
  • Working of Carbon Pricing
  • Carbon pricing landscape
  • Acceptability of carbon pricing

Main types of carbon pricing

  • Emissions trading system (ETS)
  • Carbon tax
  • Offset mechanisms
  • RBCF
  • Internal carbon pricing

Compliance vs. Voluntary Markets

  • Emission Trading Programs
    • Lessons from the EU ETs
    • Compliance Cycle
  • Voluntary carbon markets
    • Market size and future
    • Project categories and types
    • Main standards
    • Issuances and retirement

Carbon Taxation

  • The EU Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism
  • Carbon Tax across the globe
  • Proposal IMF

Carbon Offsets

  • Concept and role of crediting mechanisms
  • International crediting mechanisms
  • Independent crediting mechanisms
  • Regional, national and subnational crediting mechanisms
  • Carbon crediting trends

Internal carbon pricing

  • Objectives for implementing an internal carbon price
  • Several case studies


About the Lecturer

Kasper Walet, former trader, since 1997 consultant and trainer specialised in energy and commodity markets.



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Our Labels

Entrima and Market Abuse Centre (MAC) are the two labels we operate to provide learning services for professionals in the commodity & energy markets.
 
 


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Entrima’s mission is to transfer knowledge regarding the business, controls & operations of parties in (or relating to) the wholesale markets.

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MAC’s mission is to facilitate the prevention & detection of misconduct and to foster proper behaviour in organisations. This is achieved via training, periodic updates and increased awareness.

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