Joint consultation response on the future of emissions trading in the UK

12 July 2019 | EFET, the Federation of European Energy Traders, and Europex, the Association of European Energy Exchanges welcome the opportunity to take part in the present consultation on the future of emissions trading in the UK, launched by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). Importantly, we would like to highlight that the basic principles of continuity and predictability of carbon pricing are key for preserving well-functioning electricity, gas and emissions markets in the United Kingdom. The prevailing uncertainty about the continued participation of the UK in the EU ETS post-Brexit, and about the way in
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Europex response to the Commission consultation on the revision of the EU ETS state aid guidelines

Brussels, 16 May 2019 | The EU ETS plays a vital role as the EU’s primary instrument for reducing greenhouse gas emissions cost-effectively while incentivising innovation and change. Importantly, well-functioning emissions markets, as part of a clear and stable climate policy framework, provide long-term predictability for companies. Keeping to such a clear framework will not only minimise the risk of carbon leakage but create additional investments and opportunities in Europe. Hence, while they may be considered necessary to tackle the risk of carbon leakage as a consequence of the transnational EU ETS, national measures to compensate sectors at particular risk
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