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Energy Policy

A Reexamination of Renewable Electricity Policy in Sweden

Vetenskaplig artikel på engelska
Referens
Fridolfsson, Sven-Olof och Thomas Tangerås (2013). ”A Reexamination of Renewable Electricity Policy in Sweden”. Energy Policy 58, 57–63. doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2013.02.032

Författare
Sven-Olof Fridolfsson, Thomas Tangerås

Green certificates are the main instrument for promoting renewable electricity (RES-E) in Sweden. But certificates cover only a limited share of total RES-E production. Under partial coverage, crowding out may arise whereby costly new RES-E replaces inexpensive old RES-E. Granting certificates to all of RES-E production improves efficiency, but leaves windfall rent to otherwise profitable facilities. We also analyze transaction costs in the permit process for new RES-E in Sweden. Municipalities veto socially desirable projects because of asymmetrically distributed investment costs and benefits. We propose market-based permit fees rather than limited veto rights as a solution to this NIMBY problem.

Thomas Tangerås

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