ANALYSIS: German strategy to cancel EUAs to offset coal phaseout may come down to interpretation, resolve

Published 17:47 on January 31, 2019  /  Last updated at 21:32 on January 30, 2020  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

Doubts are growing that Germany’s proposed plan to cancel a large quantity of EU carbon allowances based on its coal phaseout will give a neutral price signal for the bloc's ETS, as modelling difficulties and loosely-worded guidance may test Berlin’s resolve.

Doubts are growing that Germany’s proposed plan to cancel a large quantity of EU carbon allowances based on its coal phaseout will give a neutral price signal for the bloc’s ETS, as modelling difficulties and loosely-worded guidance may test Berlin’s resolve.

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