Supporting an EU ETS that is “Fit for 55”

As Europe’s primary policy tool to combat climate change, the review of the EU ETS plays a fundamental role in delivering the EU’s ambitious 2030 and 2050 decarbonisation targets and broader Green Deal objectives. Such a review must ensure continued commitment to strong market principles that safeguard the undistorted price signals, efficiency, transparency and liquidity of the emissions market.

ESMA Consultation Paper on the review of RTS 1 /RTS 2

We believe it is crucial that the illiquid market and Large-In-Scale (LIS) transactions waiver methodologies will consider the unique characteristics of commodity trading, one of them being the important role of pre-arranged trading for the development of on-screen trading.

All TSOs’ Proposal for Amendment of Pricing Methodology

Europex fully supports the EU target design for balancing energy markets, including the implementation of cross-border marginal pricing. However, during the transition to the European balancing platforms, we acknowledge the potential risks of ‘exaggeratedly high’ balancing prices, as described by the TSOs.

The Digital Levy

Europex supports the Commission’s overall objective to ensure a fair taxation of the digital economy in Europe in line with the wider policy objectives set