August 2015. Response to the EC consultation on circular business models.
August 2015. Recommendations on how to increase Europe’s economy-wide climate targets via the EU ETS.
July 2015. Set of recommendations for the post-2020 period based on our recent analysis.
June 2015. Understanding and Managing EU ETS Policy Interactions.
June 2015. Using Contracts for Difference to finance decarbonisation in industry.
June 2015. Response to the EC's Consultation on the Effort Sharing Directive.
May 2015. Submission to the Climate Change Committee’s Call for Evidence.
May 2015. Analysis of 2014 ETS emissions shows that emissions fell by 4.7%.
May 2015. Explaining the Council agreement on the Market Stability Reserve.
April 2015. Lithuania could reap advantages from supporting an enhanced Market Stability Reserve.
April 2015. Czech Republic could reap advantages from backing an enhanced Market Stability Reserve.
April 2015. Las ventajas que España experimentaría al respaldar una MSR más ambiciosa.
April 2015. Initial analysis of EU ETS shows that for the first time, 4 out of 5 largest EU emitters are German lignite power stations.
March 2015. The German "Climate Contribution" vs the UK's "Carbon Price Floor".
March 2015. Response to the Consultation on revision of the EU Emission Trading System (EU ETS) Directive.
March 2015. Analysis showing that even with a strong MSR, the ETS surplus will stay at about 2bn tonnes until 2020.
February 2015. Our voting recommendations for the ENVI committee on fixing the EU Emissions Trading Scheme.
February 2015. Romania could benefit from an enhanced Market Stability Reserve.
February 2015. Analysis shows that the EC has underestimated the impact of unassigned carbon allowances.
January 2015. NGO joint recommendations on the ITRE Market Stability Reserve proposal.