21st IEA - IETA - EPRI GHG Emissions Trading Workshop

  • 12 Oct 2021
  • 14 Oct 2021
  • Virtual Event


Co-hosted by IEA, IETA & EPRI

The 21st 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 virtual sessions distributed among 12, 13 and 14 October 2021.

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 from power companies, energy-intensive industries, brokerage companies and the financial community, analysts and researchers from non-governmental organisations and academia, to discuss the latest updates in 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. Please find the latest agenda available here.

Please note that each session of this event has a different registration link.If you are interested in attending the whole event, please register at each of the links below

Session 1: Tuesday, 12 October 2021 (15:00-18:45 CEST)
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  • Panel 1: National carbon pricing and net-zero strategies
  • Panel 2: Corporate carbon pricing and net-zero strategies

Session 2: Wednesday, 13 October 2021 (09:00-12:30 CEST)
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  • Panel 3: Sectoral expansion in emission trading systems (ETS)
  • Panel 4: Leveraging carbon pricing in emerging economies’ power sectors

Session 3: Wednesday, 13 October 2021 (15:00-18:30 CEST)
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  • Panel 5: Modelling the benefits of international carbon markets in net-zero strategies
  • Panel 6: Carbon pricing and Carbon Dioxide Removals

Session 4: Thursday, 14 October 2021 (15:00-18:30 CEST)
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  • Panel 7: International competitiveness in a decarbonising world
  • Panel 8: Can the use of carbon pricing revenues support a green recovery?