EU carbon market surplus swells 14.2% following pandemic era cuts -analysts

Published 10:33 on April 9, 2021  /  Last updated at 12:03 on April 9, 2021  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

The EU ETS' allowance surplus increased 14.2% to 1.392 billion as emissions fell sharply last year, according to environmental campaigners at Sandbag, who are urging the bloc to tighten the market’s cap and MSR settings to counter the supply glut.

The EU ETS’ allowance surplus increased 14.2% to 1.392 billion as emissions fell sharply last year, according to environmental campaigners at Sandbag, who are urging the bloc to tighten the market’s cap and MSR settings to counter the supply glut.

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