EU Parliament signs off on REPowerEU changes, seeking to frontload ETS auction revenue entirely from govt supply

Published 10:51 on November 10, 2022  /  Last updated at 21:30 on November 10, 2022  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  1 Comment

The European Parliament voted on Thursday in line with several of its committees over the bloc's REPowerEU package to ditch Russian fossil fuels, teeing up a tussle with member states on several issues including sources of carbon allowance funding.

The European Parliament voted on Thursday in line with several of its committees over the bloc’s REPowerEU package to ditch Russian fossil fuels, teeing up a tussle with member states on several issues including sources of carbon allowance funding.

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