EU ETS reforms due to get lawmaker sign-off this month as other climate bills line up behind

Published 17:30 on February 13, 2018  /  Last updated at 17:30 on February 13, 2018  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

The post-2020 EU ETS reform bill is due to be signed off by member state ministers before the end of February, according to a draft agenda, marking the final procedural step in a 2.5-year process that will finally cement regulatory certainty for the market and could trigger increased EUA buying from compliance companies.

The post-2020 EU ETS reform bill is due to be signed off by member state ministers before the end of February, according to a draft agenda, marking the final procedural step in a 2.5-year process that will finally cement regulatory certainty for the market and could trigger increased EUA buying from compliance companies.

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