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Last Wednesday, the EU Parliament met and voted on the proposals for the reform of EU emissions trading system. These were rejected with 340 no and 265 yes votes.
MEP Dr. Peter Liese, who worked out the compromise proposal and brought it to the vote, sees the main blame for this in particular with the social democratic parliamentary group, which was particularly dissatisfied with the timetable for the introduction of the CO2 border taxation and the expiry of the free allocation of CO2 emission rights.
The Greens, on the other hand, found the proposal too softened by the lobbyists of the fossil industry, as MEP Michael Bloss announced.
Now the talks in the Environment Committee regarding the reform of the EU ETS have to start all over again.
The market then reacted with significant losses, but remained stable above the EUR 80 mark towards the end of the trading week.
In the new week, a total of 8,830,500 EUAs and 600,000 emission allowances for the aviation industry (EUAA) will be auctioned at the Leipzig energy exchange EEX.
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