EU’s raised 2030 emissions target to push carbon prices to €130, eliminate coal by 2030 -analysts

Published 17:41 on April 27, 2021  /  Last updated at 18:08 on April 27, 2021  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

EU coal power could be largely eliminated this decade as the bloc’s carbon prices rise to triple digits to incentivise a cleaner energy, analysts said in a report on Tuesday, a shift in line with UN aims to limit global warming.

EU coal power could be largely eliminated this decade as the bloc’s carbon prices rise to triple digits to incentivise a cleaner energy, analysts said in a report on Tuesday, a shift in line with UN aims to limit global warming.

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