Dear Sir or Madam,
Due to Brexit, Great Britain has also left the European emissions trading system EU ETS and has developed its own emissions trading system based on the model of the EU ETS.
In order to achieve a more efficient reduction in pan-European greenhouse gas emissions, more than 40 industrial associations from Great Britain and the EU have now asked British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, to link the EU emissions trading system with the British emissions trading system.
In addition, in addition to fair competitive conditions, better market liquidity in both trading systems is to be ensured.
The European emissions trading system has been linked to the Swiss emissions trading system since last year.
In the last week of trading, the prices for EU emission allowances set a new all-time high of 44.90 in the benchmark futures contract December 2021, and in the spot market the prices for buyers were in some cases already above the 45 Euro mark.
This week, on all five working days, a total of 15.091.500 EUAs from the contingents of the EU, Poland and Germany will be auctioned at the Leipzig EEX.
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