Rising EU carbon prices warrant re-think on allocation rules, tariffs -consultants

Published 16:17 on July 4, 2019  /  Last updated at 16:18 on July 4, 2019  /  Carbon Taxes, EMEA, EU ETS, International  /  No Comments

EU carbon prices could rise to €33 by the middle of next decade and to €50 by 2030, consultants have forecast, bringing big ramifications for the bloc’s industry that they said could warrant policy changes including modifying EUA allocation rules or implementing border adjustments.

EU carbon prices could rise to €33 by the middle of next decade and to €50 by 2030, consultants have forecast, bringing big ramifications for the bloc’s industry that they said could warrant policy changes including modifying EUA allocation rules or implementing border adjustments.

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