Emissions trading scheme (ets)
Despite turmoil in the EU ETS, the notion of emissions trading is continuing to gain ground, Richard Sandor, the chairman of Environmental Financial Products, tells Mark Pengelly
Airlines set to remain on the fringes of the EU ETS until at least 2016, disappointing environmentalists and market observers hoping for better liquidity
Short-term fixes give rise to uncertainty, in contrast to long-term change needed to rescue the ETS, say firms
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A critical July 3 vote in the European Parliament has brought the world's largest carbon market back from the brink of collapse. But participants say structural reform remains necessary to secure its future – and this is a long way off. Mark Nicholls...
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With the world’s largest emissions market facing a period of stark uncertainty about its future, the past year has not been great for carbon traders. Doubts have been cast on the viability of the European Union Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) ever...
Energy market participants upbeat about development of California emissions market, despite legal threats
Launched in 2005, the European Union Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) was meant to encourage firms to switch towards greener alternatives than burning dirty fossil fuels. But due to economic woes, a glut of European Union Allowances (EUAs) has emerged,...
Uncertainty over a plan to postpone sales of EUAs is contributing to stalling prices and reduced liquidity
Dismal prices in the European Union Emissions Trading System are causing interest in the world’s largest emissions market to wither away. While the European Commission has come up with a plan to put it on life support, analysts say there is a 50:50...
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