Critics round on EU ETS 2 design and lack of support for exporters in legislator agreements

Published 21:47 on January 11, 2023  /  Last updated at 21:47 on January 11, 2023  /  CBAM, EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

An imbalance in emissions obligations in the EU's second carbon market and fears about manufactures' ability to sell their products abroad were the focus of stakeholder criticism at an event on Wednesday taking stock of last month's legislator agreements on the bloc's carbon market-related reform bills.

An imbalance in emissions obligations in the EU’s second carbon market and fears about manufactures’ ability to sell their products abroad were the focus of stakeholder criticism at an event on Wednesday taking stock of last month’s legislator agreements on the bloc’s carbon market-related reform bills.

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