Tag: Energy

Fiscal Incentives for Electric Vehicles: Navigating the Shift towards Electric Mobility

21 February 2024 | 17h00 (CET) Online
Fiscal, Panel | Tags: Energy, Tax Expenditures
In many countries drivers benefit from substantial fiscal incentives when purchasing electric vehicles.The webinar explored the opportunities and pitfalls of fiscal incentives for the shift toward electric mobility. ... continue reading

Advancing Electric Mobility: The Key Role of Fiscal Policy and Regulation

and | 14 November 2023
Fiscal, Policy Briefs | Tags: Decarbonization, Energy, Industrial Policy, Tax Expenditures
In combination with public transport as well as autonomous and shared mobility, mass adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) is a tremendous opportunity to move toward an affordable, secure and clean transportation. ... continue reading

Balancing Export Pricing Commitments in FTAs: Towards Affordable, Secure, and Clean Energy

| 6 November 2023
Trade, Blog | Tags: Commodities, Critical Minerals, Energy, Global Value Chains, Renewables
The minerals, metals, and products necessary to build renewable energy systems face an increasing number of export restrictions. This has been fueling fears of further disruptive policies down the road. ... continue reading

Differentiated Carbon Prices in the Electricity Sector: Towards a Cooperative Approach Based on Purchasing Power Parity

| 25 August 2023
Fiscal, Blog | Tags: Carbon Pricing, Energy, Renewables
One in five people lacks access to affordable and reliable power. Properly designed, differentiated carbon prices based on purchasing power parity exchange rates (PPPs) would be a giant step to delivering electricity that is more affordable, secure, and clean. ... continue reading

Challenges and Opportunities for the Reform of Fossil Fuel Tax Expenditures in Developing and Emerging Economies

and | 13 July 2023
Fiscal, Discussion Notes | Tags: Energy, Fossil Fuel Subsidies, Tax Expenditures, Tax Reform
Most governments subsidize some fossil fuels, whether to increase domestic energy supply, support declining mining regions, or make fuels more affordable for industry, motor vehicles, or households. These subsidies can be problematic... ... continue reading