The 22nd annual workshop organised by the International Energy Agency (IEA), International Emissions Trading Association (IETA) and Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) will take place in four hybrid sessions (in-person and virtual participation possible) distributed among 4, 5 and 6 October 2022. The event will be hosted at the IEA (9, rue de la Federation, Paris).
Always a widely-anticipated date in the global carbon trading calendar, this invitation-only workshop brings together over one hundred senior government officials, corporate executives, and researchers from non-governmental organisations and academia, to discuss the latest updates and prospects for GHG emissions trading around the world. The workshop combines presentations based on recent research with interactive discussions, held under the Chatham House Rule.
Over the course of three days, high-level speakers will address topics including:
- Carbon pricing in the context of the energy crisis
- International competitiveness and Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM)
- ETS extension to other sectors
- What role could international carbon markets play to accelerate Direct Air Capture and Storage (DACS) deployment?
- Digital technologies and carbon markets
- Near-zero technologies and certification
- Experience with and opportunities for carbon markets in Africa
- The evolution of Voluntary Carbon Markets in the wake of the Article 6 rulebook
For more information, please contact: Climate.Change@iea.org
Presentations from the workshop will be made available on this page after the workshop, upon approval from presenters.
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