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The Greens had climate money anchored in the coalition agreement of the current German government, and the coalition committee of March last year decided to develop the possibility of payment via the personal tax ID. But even Greens boss Robert Habeck no longer expects that the climate money will flow in this legislative period, which is intended to relieve low-income households in particular.
The Liberals, which are also in the German government, has strengthened its position in recent weeks to pursue climate protection solely with the well-functioning CO2 emissions trading system, which has successfully proven its control effect. There should also be no upper price limits in the transport and building sector, as is currently the case in national emissions trading, which will be EUR 65 in 2026.
In an analysis, the MCC (Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change) came to the conclusion that the prices for CO2 emissions, or their greenhouse gas equivalents would be in the range of 200 to 300 euros per ton of CO2e at the end of the decade.
In the foreseeable future, politicians should therefore succeed in finding ways to mitigate social hardship and at the same time improve the broad understanding of climate protection.
After the prices for EU emission allowances fell significantly in the previous two weeks, they rose again visibly in the last week of trading. Based on the weekly closing price, the EUAs increased by almost 10%, although with 11.8 million EUAs that were auctioned on the EEX, almost twice as many certificates flowed into the market as in the previous week.
In the new trading week, there will be no Polish auction on Wednesday, which is why a total of 9,166,500 certificates will be auctioned on the other four trading days.
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