REPowerEU: Brussels aims higher in effort to rid EU of Russian fossil fuels

Published 19:59 on April 22, 2022  /  Last updated at 16:31 on June 30, 2022  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

As EU officials rush to hammer out the details of a new strategy to rapidly curb the bloc's Russian energy imports, the mooted measures to massively increase renewables while cutting unnecessary energy demand leave experts uncertain about how this will impact the bloc's carbon market.

As EU officials rush to hammer out the details of a new strategy to rapidly curb the bloc’s Russian energy imports, the mooted measures to massively increase renewables while cutting unnecessary energy demand leave experts uncertain about how this will impact the bloc’s carbon market.

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