While policymakers are currently mulling over the EU-ETS reform, it is a good time for analysts and scientist to take a step back and discuss the analytical tools used to project the outcome – specifically: the expected, predicted or necessary carbon price(s) towards 2030. To that end, the Potsdam-Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) and Ecologic Institute organize a workshop in Brussels on 30 November 2022.
In this back-to-back webinar, we present the key findings from this workshop, and also clarify the importance of long-term ETS prices for achieving the EU’s climate targets. The second part of the webinar is reserved exclusively for questions by online participants.
- Welcome by moderator (B. Garside, Carbon Pulse)
- Opening remarks by O. Edenhofer (Chair of the European Scientific Advisory Board on Climate Change (ESABCC), Director PIK): Why we should care about the ETS price in 2030 and beyond?
- Synthesis of key overarching findings by organizers (M. Pahle, PIK, and B. Görlach, Ecologic Institute)
- Views by participating modelling-teams: E3M, Enerdata, Kobize, Refinitiv, BNEF, ICIS, PIK
- Q&A with webinar participants [45 min]