INTERVIEW: Now that the European Parliament has passed ‘Fit for 55’, what do the analysts think?

Published 01:00 on June 25, 2022  /  Last updated at 04:01 on June 25, 2022  /  Aviation/CORSIA, Carbon Taxes, CBAM, EMEA, EU ETS, International, Shipping, Switzerland, UK ETS  /  No Comments

The European Parliament this week approved a raft of measures to reform the EU ETS and advance the European Commission's monumental Fit for 55 climate policy package. Now that the dust has settled somewhat after hundreds of amendments were adopted by the full legislature, and with the file now set to move to trilogue negotiations between the Parliament, Commission, and EU member states, Carbon Pulse had a dozen analysts weigh in on the main aspects of what was agreed by MEPs.

The European Parliament this week approved a raft of measures to reform the EU ETS and advance the European Commission’s monumental Fit for 55 climate policy package. Now that the dust has settled somewhat after hundreds of amendments were adopted by the full legislature, and with the file now set to move to trilogue negotiations between the Parliament, Commission, and EU member states, Carbon Pulse had a dozen analysts weigh in on the main aspects of what was agreed by MEPs.

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