More European utilities announce ETS-covered fossil generation drop

Published 13:50 on February 18, 2022  /  Last updated at 13:50 on February 18, 2022  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

Portugal's EDP and Norway's Statkraft both announced a year-on-year fall in ETS-covered thermal generation for 2021 in their financial results published late this week, the latest in a string of European utilities that have noted a drop in mainly gas-fired output. 

Portugal’s EDP and Norway’s Statkraft both announced a year-on-year fall in ETS-covered thermal generation for 2021 in their financial results published late this week, the latest in a string of European utilities that have noted a drop in mainly gas-fired output. 

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