EU court upholds verdict seen squeezing free EUA allocation by nearly 10%

Published 17:04 on June 21, 2019  /  Last updated at 16:50 on July 3, 2019  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

Power plants linked to industrial sites should only be awarded free EUAs if the resulting heat is used in district heating or high efficiency co-generation, an EU court found this week, upholding a previous opinion in a move that could trim the allowance allocations of companies across the bloc next year.

Power plants linked to industrial sites should only be awarded free EUAs if the resulting heat is used in district heating or high efficiency co-generation, an EU court found this week, upholding a previous opinion in a move that could trim the allowance allocations of companies across the bloc next year.

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