ANALYSIS: EU lawmakers unlikely to pull emergency supply handbrake over carbon price surge

Published 18:35 on September 7, 2018  /  Last updated at 19:13 on September 7, 2018  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

EU carbon allowances are surging to new 10-year highs almost daily, lifting power and gas prices across Europe to dizzying heights in the process, but experts say lawmakers are unlikely to intervene anytime soon by triggering a little-known emergency mechanism.

EU carbon allowances are surging to new 10-year highs almost daily, lifting power and gas prices across Europe to dizzying heights in the process, but experts say lawmakers are unlikely to intervene anytime soon by triggering a little-known emergency mechanism.

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