ANALYSIS: EU ETS intervention prospects seen as limited amid shock price spike

Published 04:45 on September 11, 2018  /  Last updated at 04:51 on September 11, 2018  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

Policymakers and industry have been caught off-guard by the rapid surge in EU carbon prices, and according to experts, the prospects to intervene may be limited and the idea generally unwelcome by many due to the painstakingly-constructed market reforms that triggered the year-long rally.

Policymakers and industry have been caught off-guard by the rapid surge in EU carbon prices, and according to experts, the prospects to intervene may be limited and the idea generally unwelcome by many due to the painstakingly-constructed market reforms that triggered the year-long rally.

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