Down to the wire: EU govts cleared to hand out free 2017 CO2 allowances to generators just days before deadline

Published 18:57 on April 27, 2018  /  Last updated at 19:10 on April 27, 2018  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

The allocation of free carbon allowances to power generators in EU member states eligible under the bloc’s Article 10c ‘derogation’ programme again came down to the wire this year, with most handing out their 2017 quotas some two weeks or less before the ETS compliance deadline.

The allocation of free carbon allowances to power generators in EU member states eligible under the bloc’s Article 10c ‘derogation’ programme again came down to the wire this year, with most handing out their 2017 quotas some two weeks or less before the ETS compliance deadline.

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