European HFC prices tumble since 2018, but smuggling seen a factor -EU Commission

Published 23:00 on December 20, 2020  /  Last updated at 12:25 on December 21, 2020  /  EMEA, International  /  No Comments

Prices for HFCs in the EU have tumbled from their 2018 peak amid a rise in less potent and more climate-friendly alternatives, though part of the reason for this is also likely to be more illegal imports of the greenhouse gas into the bloc.

Prices for HFCs in the EU have tumbled from their 2018 peak amid a rise in less potent and more climate-friendly alternatives, though part of the reason for this is also likely to be more illegal imports of the greenhouse gas into the bloc.

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