Dear Sir or Madam,
According to market rumors, the European Commission is expected to present its new reform proposals for the European emissions trading system on July 14, 2021. The news service Bloomberg reports that the upper limit of the annual maximum emissions is to be reduced earlier than currently valid in order to be in line with the EU reduction target of 55% of greenhouse gas reductions compared to 1990 by 2030.
From 2026, the annual reduction factor is therefore to be increased from currently 2.2% of the reductions, and there is also to be a one-off reduction in the amount of allowances to be auctioned. The amount is not yet known.
The European Commission is also looking into how it can involve other sectors such as shipping, buildings and transport. Shipping is to be completely included in EU emissions trading from 2026.
Due to these first rumors and the continuing rise in oil prices, the prices for EUAs were again extremely bullish and moved towards 56 euros at the end of the last trading week. The trading week closed with a significant plus of more than 6% in a weekly comparison.
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