INTERVIEW: Speculator curbs a far greater risk to EU carbon market than MSR sale plan, warns ETS architect

Published 18:27 on May 24, 2022  /  Last updated at 01:06 on June 4, 2022  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

The EU carbon market is overreacting to a proposal to sell up to €20 billion in allowances over four years to fund the bloc’s move away from Russian energy, one of the fathers of the ETS told Carbon Pulse Tuesday, adding that he's far more worried about efforts to limit speculators.

The EU carbon market is overreacting to a proposal to sell up to €20 billion in allowances over four years to fund the bloc’s move away from Russian energy, one of the fathers of the ETS told Carbon Pulse Tuesday, adding that he’s far more worried about efforts to limit speculators.

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