ANALYSIS: Will Germany cancel EUAs to offset its coal phaseout? Analysts aren’t counting on it

Published 01:23 on April 19, 2019  /  Last updated at 13:45 on April 19, 2019  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

There is growing scepticism amongst analysts that Germany will agree to cancel a sufficient number of EU carbon allowances, if any at all, to offset the emissions impact of phasing out its fleet of coal-fired power plants.

There is growing scepticism amongst analysts that Germany will agree to cancel a sufficient number of EU carbon allowances, if any at all, to offset the emissions impact of phasing out its fleet of coal-fired power plants.

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