Analysing New Energy Policies and Regulation
First session of the XI International Academic Symposium: Green Investments for the Energy Transition on February 7th, 2023 at the University of Barcelona.
Chair: Ester Martínez Ros (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)
“Estimating the impact of grid limitations on electricity demand reduction and renewable targets in Spain”, Daniel Davi-Arderius (Chair of Energy Sustainability)
“Regional environmental and energy policies: are they effective for the sustainable transition of listed companies?”, Maria Gaia Soana (University of Parma)
“The effects of carbon taxation on electricity price dynamics: empirical evidence from the Australian Market”, Nicola Comincioli (University of Brescia)
“Leakages from fuel taxation: evidence from a natural experiment”, Jordi Josep Teixidó (Universitat de Barcelona)
Achieving the goals of the Paris Agreement will require the mobilization of a large number of resources over the coming decades. These resources will be allocated to the development and implementation of suitable initiatives, new disruptive technologies, large-scale green infrastructures and novel methods of production and resources management. To achieve this critical transformation, it is essential to establish an efficient framework to channel financial support from private and public sources indistinctively. This Symposium offers a platform for debate and discussion of the opportunities and challenges for the achievement of a green and sustainable economy, characterized by its inclusiveness and resilience.