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We focus on EU policies such as the EU ETS and the ‘Effort Sharing Regulation’, and emissions reductions in industrial sectors.
Industry emissions experience biggest annual drop towards end of Phase III Disclaimer: Analysis done on the basis of number available on EUTL on April 1st COB 2020, some verified numbers still due to be coming in by May 2020 Reported 2019 emissions were 1523 MT CO2...
An overview of the issues around introducing Border Carbon Adjustments in the EU
After Brexit, the UK should aim to remain within the EU ETS. If that is not possible, the UK should implement a carbon tax rather than a standalone UK ETS.
Member States have a choice about where to transfer their EU ETS allowances – this briefing shows the Modernisation Fund is best for the climate & Member States
Draft National Energy and Climate Plans reveal the EU countries planning to stick with coal power beyond 2030
Brexit has frozen UK participation in the ETS – we estimate that the UK government will forgo at least €1.3 billion in auction revenue this year
Hard coal emissions fell by 9% in 2018, down 40% since 2012.
Lignite emissions fell only 3% in 2018, and are now higher than hard coal emissions.