German firms risk ‘double burden’ from EU ETS and national scheme -analysis

Published 17:57 on August 14, 2020  /  Last updated at 21:58 on August 17, 2020  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

More than 900 EU ETS-covered installations in Germany face a liquidity squeeze following the launch of the national emissions trading system (nEHS) next year, as the two schemes will impose a ‘double burden’ that may not be compensated until a year and a half later, a study has found.

More than 900 EU ETS-covered installations in Germany face a liquidity squeeze following the launch of the national emissions trading system (nEHS) next year, as the two schemes will impose a ‘double burden’ that may not be compensated until a year and a half later, a study has found.

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