Tag Archives: EU ETS

MSR: State of play

What happened since we last wrote about the MSR in June? Both the Council and MEPs within the European Parliament’s political groups have been actively discussing the reform of the EU ETS as suggested by the European Commission back in … Continue reading

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Seven signs you know your carbon market

If you can answer these questions, you are on the ball. If not, it might be an idea to call your trader. 1. How did the price develop in the first half of the year and how is it expected … Continue reading

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Summary of the first half of 2014

Source: ICE The price development in the first half of the year was defined by the final approval and start of back-loading. The last step was the approval by ministers on 24th February that set off the shortened scrutiny period. … Continue reading

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Market stability reserve to make the EU ETS more responsive to market conditions

Introduction Back-loading is only a temporary measure and structural changes are needed to the EU ETS to give a lasting solution to the imbalance between supply and demand. In January 2014 the Commission proposed in a market stability reserve to … Continue reading

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Put your carbon book in order, before you book your holidays!

The holiday season is approaching which also means the end of the first half of the year. You will enjoy your holidays better knowing that everything has been checked and left in order. You wouldn’t leave for holidays knowing that … Continue reading

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