Germany non-ETS carbon price of €80/t unlikely to achieve 2030 goals -study

Published 17:08 on July 5, 2019  /  Last updated at 17:08 on July 5, 2019  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

Germany could impose a rising CO2 price averaging €80/tonne in the non-ETS sectors of buildings and transport during the next decade, but the country would still require additional measures to meet its 2030 climate goals, according to a government-commissioned study published Friday.

Germany could impose a rising CO2 price averaging €80/tonne in the non-ETS sectors of buildings and transport during the next decade, but the country would still require additional measures to meet its 2030 climate goals, according to a government-commissioned study published Friday.

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