Loophole for biomass means 15% of EU ETS emissions currently ignored -report

Published 17:28 on May 13, 2022  /  Last updated at 17:30 on May 13, 2022  /  Asia Pacific, EMEA, EU ETS, Japan, Nature-based, South Korea  /  No Comments

A loophole in EU policy that means CO2 emissions from burning biomass for energy not currently included in the ETS could add an additional 15% to the scheme's total emissions, according to a report from an environmental group.

A loophole in EU policy that means CO2 emissions from burning biomass for energy not currently included in the ETS could add an additional 15% to the scheme’s total emissions, according to a report from an environmental group.

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