Table of contents
INDC and Low-Carbon Technology Deployment Scenarios: Regional Analysis
Estimating the Low-Carbon Technology Deployment and Paris Climate Agreement Costs and Meta Policy Analysis: Cross Country Learning
Globalization of Low-Carbon Technologies for Achieving the Paris Climate Agreement: Market and Non-Market Forces
About this book
This book explores the opportunities and barriers within the Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDC) framework of the Paris Agreement for low-carbon technology diffusion. Further, it proposes appropriate and feasible mechanisms required at local, national and regional levels to achieve the INDC targets.
The book employs both meta policy analysis and scenario building to examine, whether the diffusion of low-carbon energy future by 2030 is economically viable under the INDC framework and how international technology cooperation could accelerate investments on the scale required for achieving the INDC targets.
Further, this book provides new perspectives on market and non-market mechanisms for the globalization of low-carbon technologies, within the framework conditions of Paris Agreement, which will be of significant value to senior policy makers, multi-disciplinary academia and
Low-Carbon Technology Carbon Reduction Sustainable Development Climate Change Technology Transfer Sustainable Energy Green Technology Energy Innovation Paris Agreement Intended Nationally Determined Contributions INDC Carbon Market Energy Systems Regional Cooperation Emissions Reduction Energy Policy Climate Change Mitigation