EU ETS firms face no new burden from more flexible EUA allocation, says IETA

Published 16:53 on September 15, 2016  /  Last updated at 16:43 on September 19, 2016  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

Companies with exposure to the EU ETS face no additional administrative burden should lawmakers use a more flexible allocation system from 2020, though regulators may have more work to do, according to an IETA briefing paper.

Companies with exposure to the EU ETS face no additional administrative burden should lawmakers use a more flexible allocation system from 2020, though regulators may have more work to do, according to an IETA briefing paper.

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