EU court rules against Brussels in glass firm’s ETS data appeal

Published 17:38 on July 13, 2017  /  Last updated at 09:57 on July 14, 2017  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

The EU’s top court has sided with one of Europe’s largest glass manufacturers in its appeal over a case challenging how EU member states and the European Commission determine the level of free allowance allocations in the ETS, potentially setting a precedent for increased transparency in the process.

The EU’s top court has sided with one of Europe’s largest glass manufacturers in its appeal over a case challenging how EU member states and the European Commission determine the level of free allowance allocations in the ETS, potentially setting a precedent for increased transparency in the process.

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