TITLE

Analysis of Carbon Emissions Trading Costs Influencing Factors in Power Industry

AUTHOR(S)
Liu Wenyan; Yu Xiaobao; He Puyu; Huang yanli; Zhou Bingbing; Tan zhongfu
PUB. DATE
September 2014
SOURCE
Applied Mechanics & Materials;2014, Issue 651-653, p1410
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The uncertain factors that impact of carbon emissions trading costs are so many, the impact of various factors interact to form a complex system. To improve the accuracy of prediction, it is necessary to deepen the study of these influencing factors. Through investigation identified 21 main factors that affecting the cost of carbon emissions trading, processing and analysis explained by structural model was constructed of carbon emissions trading cost factors and the impact of transport chain hierarchy, based on this model to find the factors that most affect carbon emissions trading costs.
ACCESSION #
98639343

 

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