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Low-Carbon Development for Mexico

Todd M. Johnson & Claudio Alatorre & Zayra Romo

Low-Carbon Development for Mexico by Todd M. Johnson & Claudio Alatorre & Zayra Romo"To reduce the risk of climate change impacts it is necessary for the world to lower the carbon intensity of economic development. Experts estimates the net costs, greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reductions, and investment that would be needed to achieve a low-carbon scenario in Mexico to the year 2030. Among the key findings • Energy efficiency. Improving energy end-use efficiency is the least-cost option for reducing carbon emissions and can be achieved by accelerating current Mexican programs and policies. • Supply efficiency and renewable energy. Mexico can lower the carbon intensity...
2010 / 1 / 22
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Residential Electricity Subsidies in Mexico: Exploring Options for Reform and for Enhancing the Impact on the Poor

Kristin Komives & Todd M. Johnson & Jonathan D. Halpern

Residential Electricity Subsidies in Mexico: Exploring Options for Reform and for Enhancing the Impact on the Poor by Kristin Komives & Todd M. Johnson & Jonathan D. HalpernLarge and growing subsidies to residential consumers in Mexico have become a major policy concern. This report explains the growth of subsidies, the current distribution of subsidies across income classes, and uses utility and household survey data to simulate how alternative subsidy mechanisms could improve distributional and fiscal performance. The goal is to help inform discussion in Mexico about how to reduce subsidies and redirect them toward the poor. The findings also offer lessons for other countries that are planning tariff reforms in their electricity sectors.
2009 / 3 / 6
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