Category Archives: Climate policy

Climate policy instruments for energy intensive industries

Bengt Johansson, Lars J Nilsson and Max Åhman has written a conference paper on climate policy instruments, which was presented at the ECEEE Conference: Industrial Efficiency, Leading the low carbon transition in Berlin 11th-13th of June, 2018. The paper, titled “Towards zero … Continue reading

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An early assessment of the NER 300 programme

GIST researcher Max Åhman has, together with Jon Birger Skjaerseth and Per Ove Eikeland, published a new journal article in Energy policy about the NER 300 program: Demonstrating climate mitigation technologies: An early assessment of the NER 300 programme.  Find the … Continue reading

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Interview study

Roger Hildingsson, Jamil Khan and Annica Kronsell have published a new report based on an interview study they conducted about the conditions for zero carbon dioxide emissions in Swedish basic industry. Read the report in english or swedish.

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Nollutsläpp i basindustrin –förutsättningar för en ny industripolitik

Forskarna i GIST-projektet har gemensamt skrivit rapporten “Nollutsläpp i basindustrin –förutsättningar för en ny industripolitik” där man mot bakgrund av den historiska utvecklingen i basindustrin argumenterar för att det behövs en ny politik för industriell utveckling för att hantera basindustrins … Continue reading

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Global climate policy and deep decarbonization of energy-intensive industries

Max Åhman, Lars J Nilsson and Bengt Johansson, all researchers of the GIST project, has published an article in Climate Policy about the future global climate policy needed to facilitate a deep decarbonization of energy-intensive industries. The article can be found here.

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The need for international cooperation

In reply to a recent DN opinion piece GIST researchers Bengt Johansson, Lars J Nilsson and Max Åhman argue that an emissions free Swedish heavy industry is possible in the long term, contingent upon the unlocking of important gridlocks in … Continue reading

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