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ETS 2019 Data Release

ETS 2019 Data Release

Europe’s coal power collapse exposes steel plants as Europe’s biggest emitters We are well on the way to coal-free electricity; now we need to start on coal-free steel. ? By Dave Jones & Chris RossloweApril 2020Contact: dave@ember-climate.org...
Results: Barriers to Decarbonisation Call for Evidence

Results: Barriers to Decarbonisation Call for Evidence

Results of the Call For Evidence Barriers to EU industrial decarbonisation - and proposed solutions Download the Report 7 Industries operating within the EU’s Emissions Trading System (ETS) account for some 42% of the bloc’s total CO₂ emissions. Reducing...
How to resuscitate a carbon market

How to resuscitate a carbon market

12 February 2017 A Fact Check on ETS reform claims As alternative facts fly around the European institutions as the ETS reform process comes to a close, Sandbag looks at the truth on what the ETS reform might mean for industry. We focus especially on the cement, steel...
The Cement Industry of the Future

The Cement Industry of the Future

31 January 2017 As the EU debates whether to raise border tariffs on cement, new research shows that a border adjustment mechanism would offer better incentives to cut cement emissions than the current EU ETS free allocation, whilst rewarding companies that produce...