German minister says CO2 rights needed for non-ETS goals, lays plans for domestic pricing

Published 21:34 on November 8, 2018  /  Last updated at 15:16 on November 9, 2018  /  EMEA  /  No Comments

Germany will need to buy intergovernmental carbon units to cover a shortfall in its EU emission goals in non-ETS sectors, according to environment minister Svenja Schulze, who called for an expansion of carbon pricing domestically to avoid having to source foreign credits again in future.

Germany will need to buy intergovernmental carbon units to cover a shortfall in its EU emission goals in non-ETS sectors, according to environment minister Svenja Schulze, who called for an expansion of carbon pricing domestically to avoid having to source foreign credits again in future.

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