FEATURE: EU push to quit Russian fuels moves CCfDs up the queue in climate policy

Published 18:57 on May 17, 2022  /  Last updated at 18:57 on May 17, 2022  /  EMEA, EU ETS, International, UK ETS  /  No Comments

A proposal for scaling up carbon contracts for difference (CCfD) is expected to feature in the European Commission's RePowerEU strategy this week, strengthening support for a powerful tool to spur investment in industrial decarbonisation but with lessons to remember from the UK’s experience using the mechanism in the power sector.

A proposal for scaling up carbon contracts for difference (CCfD) is expected to feature in the European Commission’s RePowerEU strategy this week, strengthening support for a powerful tool to spur investment in industrial decarbonisation but with lessons to remember from the UK’s experience using the mechanism in the power sector.

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