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CANESWhat was CANES?

CANES was a Norwegian-Swedish research project in which Nordic research institutions cooperated with some of the most prominent players in the energy sector to find answers to the following question:

How are the Nordic energy markets and infrastructure affected by existing and future climate policies on EU and national levels?

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CANES publications

Most of the analyzes carried out within CANES are published on this website. Publications in English can be found on the publication page, listed according to topic:
   EU climate policies
   EU energy policies
   EU state aid policies
   Swedish climate and energy policies
   Norwegian climate and energy policies

A complete list of publications and further information are available in the Norwegian/Swedish language section.


The CANES Partners

CANES consisted of three research institutes and six industry partners. Five of them were from Norway, four from Sweden.

Fridtjof Nansen Institute Stockholm Environmental Institute Lund Institute of Technology
Fridtjof Nansen Institute Stockholm Environmental Institute

Lund Institute of Technology

Energy Norway Federation of Norwegian Industries Statkraft
Energy Norway Federation of Norwegian Industries Statkraft
Statnett Svenska Kraftnät Vattenfall
Statnett Svenska Kraftnät

Vattenfall
Recent Site Additions:

13.04.2012: Article added:
EU Climate and Energy Policy: A Hesitant Supranational Turn? by Jørgen Wettestad, Per Ove Eikeland and Måns Nilsson.

25.01.2012: Ph.D. dissertation added: Multi-sphere Climate Policy: Conceptualizing National Policy-making in Europe by Elin Lerum Boasson,

18.08.2011: New chapter added: EU Emissions Trading; Achivements and Challenges by Jørgen Wettestad.

15.05.2011: New report added: Lobbying During the Revision of the European Emissions Trading System: Easier for Swedish Industrial Insiders than for Norwegian Outsiders? by Kadri Miard.


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