News Digest Item
23 Nov 2016

Germany might engage more in ETS review debate


The German Climate Action Plan 2050 shines a light on the German position during the EU Emisions Trading System (ETS) revision for the market’s rulebook after 2020, according to a blog post by Ecofys consultants Marcus Ferdinand and Moritz Schäfer. “It appears that the adoption of the Climate Action Plan was a pre-requisite to advance Germany's position on the EU ETS review file where Germany has been rather silent in public so far,” write the authors, adding that Germany will have to engage actively in the debate in order to realise at least some of the positions mentioned in the plan.

Read the blog post in English here.

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