There’s an emergency handbrake for soaring EU carbon prices, and we’re getting closer to its trigger point

Published 17:26 on March 28, 2018  /  Last updated at 11:07 on June 26, 2018  /  Bavardage, EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

Few participants in the EU ETS are aware of the existence of a supply-side safety valve that could kick in if allowance prices rise too high, too quickly, but even fewer will be surprised that the market is getting closer to its trigger point following a tripling of EUA prices in the past year.

Few participants in the EU ETS are aware of the existence of a supply-side safety valve that could kick in if allowance prices rise too high, too quickly, but even fewer will be surprised that the market is getting closer to its trigger point following a tripling of EUA prices in the past year.

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