Forecasting Supply and Demand in California’s Cap and Trade Market

Today we are taking the unusual step of posting in advance a draft paper that will be presented at the Energy Institute’s POWER research conference on March 22.

The paper is “Forecasting Demand and Supply in California’s Cap and Trade Market” by Elizabeth M. Bailey (University of California, Berkeley), Severin Borenstein (University of California, Berkeley), James Bushnell (University of California, Davis), Frank Wolak (Stanford University), and Matthew Zaragoza (University of California, Berkeley).  Because the paper presents estimates of possible future prices in the market, we felt it was important to make sure that all potential market participants had equal access to it.

The paper will be posted at noon PDT at the website for the POWER conference, http://ei.haas.berkeley.edu/power.html

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