EU ministers approve free carbon allowances for mineral sectors to 2030

By IM Staff
Published: Wednesday, 01 May 2019

The European Union Council of Ministers has accepted a proposal that steel, iron and non-ferrous metal producers should be allocated free carbon allowances under the EU emissions trading system (EU ETS) until 2030.

The EU’s Council of Ministers has accepted a proposal that producers and processors of industrial minerals should be allocated free carbon allowances under the EU emissions trading system (ETS) until 2030.
The decision, which supports a proposal from the European Commission (EC), has been made because of concerns that mineral...

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