EU Parliament lowers sights on ETS ambition ahead of vote

Published 10:35 on June 1, 2022  /  Last updated at 15:00 on June 2, 2022  /  CBAM, EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

The full European Parliament is likely to scale back its ambition for EU ETS reform in a vote next week, with senior lawmakers targeting a 63% emissions cut by 2030 as a compromise between the 67% level sought in an interim parliamentary ballot and the 61% goal proposed by Brussels.

The full European Parliament is likely to scale back its ambition for EU ETS reform in a vote next week, with senior lawmakers targeting a 63% emissions cut by 2030 as a compromise between the 67% level sought in an interim parliamentary ballot and the 61% goal proposed by Brussels.

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