Germany floats €60 CO2 price floor if Brussels fails to act

Published 14:22 on November 24, 2021  /  Last updated at 09:51 on November 25, 2021  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

Germany’s newly-formed coalition government has provisionally agreed a deal to introduce conditional national measures to ensure the carbon price applied to its emitters under the EU ETS will not fall below €60 in the long term, according to a document published on Wednesday.

Germany’s newly-formed coalition government has provisionally agreed a deal to introduce conditional national measures to ensure the carbon price applied to its emitters under the EU ETS will not fall below €60 in the long term, according to a document published on Wednesday.

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