Combining efforts of an international team of experts, the available Second Phase National Allocation Plans are evaluated against detailed criteria.
Our objective is to facilitate easy evaluation and comparison of Second Phase NAPs. The information and data are extracted from official sources and documents, and presented in the tables below.
The scope of analysis also includes calculations of the volume of allowances allocated to a standard sample power plant (existing and new entrant) under each Second Phase NAPs.
DISCLAIMER: The tables in this file are the result of an ongoing joint effort of an international group of researchers and experts. Whilst caution has been taken on the accuracy of information contained inside tables, it should be emphasised that this is a work in progress.
CITATION: Please refer to working paper “Comparison of National Allocation Plans for the Period 2008-2012” by Neuhoff et al. which contains much of the core analysis and policy implications arising from this comparative exercise.
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Likely NAP IIs – analysis following CEC decisions on Wed Nov 29th
The EU Commission announced on Wed 29th Nov, decisions on ten second phase NAPs submitted by Member States. In the table presented in the Excel File) we apply the methodology of the commission, as presented in their decision on the first 10 NAPs, to all member states. If the same methodology is be applied across all Member States, then this would result in a 200 Mt/year reduction.
Karsten Neuhoff, University of Cambridge;
Markus Åhman, IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute;
Regina Betz, University of New South Wales;
Johanna Cludius, University of New South Wales;
Federico Ferrario, University of Cambridge;
Kristina Holmgren, Swedish Environmental Research Institute;
Gabriella Pal, Corvinus University Hungary;
Michael Grubb, University of Cambridge;
Felix Matthes, Institute for Applied Ecology, Germany;
Karoline Rogge, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research;
Misato Sato, University of Cambridge;
Joachim Schleich, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research;
Jos Sijm, ECN, The Netherlands;
Andreas Tuerk, University of Graz and Joanneum Resarch;
Claudia Kettner, University of Graz;
Neil Walker, University College Dublin.