Effort sharing, enhanced flexibility and low-carbon transformation: a new proposal for non-ETS sectors in the post-2020 period

17 May 2015 - Carbon Trends - By : Ian COCHRAN, Phd
  • EU ETS – MSR timetable: The second trilogue meeting between EU institutions took place on 5th May. An agreement was reached for the implementation of the MSR as from 2019, and a placement of backloaded as well as unused allowances straight into the reserve.
  • EU ETS – Carbon leakages: The European Commission should propose measures to tackle carbon leakages issues in the six
    months following the adoption of the MSR.
  • EU ETS emissions: Emissions under the EU ETS decreased by 4,4 % in 2014, and are yet below the 2020 cap of 1,816 MtCO2e.
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