Optimization of the TEM Model -- Co-Funding and Joint International Emissions Trading

Pickl, Stefan (2000) Optimization of the TEM Model -- Co-Funding and Joint International Emissions Trading.
Published In: Operations research proceedings 2000 : Selected papers of the Symposium on operations research (OR 2000) ; Dresden, September 9 - 12 Springer 2000, pp. 113-118.


The conferences of Rio de Janeiro 1992 and Kyoto 1997 demand for new economic instruments which have a focus on environmental protection in the macro and micro economy. An important economic tool being part of the treaty of Kyoto in that area is {it Joint-Implementation}. It is an international program which intends to strenghten international cooperations between enterprises in order to reduce CO_2-emissions. A sustainable development can only be guaranteed if the instrument is embedded into an optimal energy management. For that reason, the Technology-Emissions-Means (TEM) model was developed, giving the possibility to simulate such an extraordinary market situation. In this paper, the Kyoto Game is introduced and a first approach to Joint International Emissions Trading (JET) is given.

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ZAIK Number: zaik2000-407
Depositing User: Stefan Pickl
Date Deposited: 12 Jun 2001 00:00
Last Modified: 16 Jan 2012 13:59
URI: http://e-archive.informatik.uni-koeln.de/id/eprint/407