EU ETS set for hundreds of millions in fundamental deficit in 2027, say analysts

Published 16:34 on June 20, 2024  /  Last updated at 17:46 on June 20, 2024  / Roy Manuell /  Carbon Taxes, CBAM, EMEA, EU ETS

The EU's carbon market is set for a fundamental deficit of as many as 300 million allowances in 2027, according to analysts speaking on a webinar Thursday, as industrials become more exposed to compliance buying and auction supply tightens after frontloaded REPowerEU sales end.
The EU's carbon market is set for a fundamental deficit of as many as 300 million allowances in 2027, according to analysts speaking on a webinar Thursday, as industrials become more exposed to compliance buying and auction supply tightens after frontloaded REPowerEU sales end.


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