Emissions-Weighted Carbon Price: Sources and Methods
This technical note describes the sources and methods used to calculate the emissions-weighted carbon price.
This note describes the sources and methods used to calculate the emissions-weighted carbon price (ECP), the average price applied to CO2 emissions across all sources of emissions within a territorial jurisdiction, so it provides a transparent summary of the stringency of carbon pricing mechanisms in force within a given jurisdiction and allows for a straightforward comparison of that stringency across jurisdictions.
The data is currently available here. An interactive dashboard visualizing the data will be available online soon.
Read the full working paper here.
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