EUAs could fall below €10 if nations don’t cancel to match coal phaseouts -ICIS

Published 23:42 on April 11, 2019  /  Last updated at 12:04 on April 15, 2019  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

EUAs are on track to peak just shy of €40 in four years, but they could fall far short of that and even drop below €10 by 2030 if member states aggressively phase out coal power without cancelling carbon allowances to offset the impact, an ICIS analyst said on Thursday.

EUAs are on track to peak just shy of €40 in four years, but they could fall far short of that and even drop below €10 by 2030 if member states aggressively phase out coal power without cancelling carbon allowances to offset the impact, an ICIS analyst said on Thursday.

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