Blocking EU ETS access for financials risks reducing liquidity, raising costs for industrials -industry groups

Published 23:01 on September 20, 2022  /  Last updated at 05:49 on September 21, 2022  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

A coalition of eight European business associations has called on the EU not to limit participation in the bloc’s emissions market, saying that blocking financial institutions from trading EUAs would reduce liquidity, raise the risk of auctions failing and raise costs for industrial companies.

A coalition of eight European business associations has called on the EU not to limit participation in the bloc’s emissions market, saying that blocking financial institutions from trading EUAs would reduce liquidity, raise the risk of auctions failing and raise costs for industrial companies.

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