POLL: EU ETS emissions seen edging up in 2022 as dirtier power gains trump industrial pain

Published 07:16 on March 25, 2023  /  Last updated at 07:44 on March 25, 2023  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

Emissions from stationary installations covered under the EU ETS probably rose marginally last year, according to a survey of analysts, as a rise in CO2 from dirtier power generation was partially offset by a drop in industrial output.

Emissions from stationary installations covered under the EU ETS probably rose marginally last year, according to a survey of analysts, as a rise in CO2 from dirtier power generation was partially offset by a drop in industrial output.

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