This third OIES Brexit publication looks at the European-wide EU emissions trading system (EU ETS) issues. We argue that the many burdensome patches to be implemented, together with those that are already agreed or discussed, are as nothing compared to the Brexit unknowns if there is no united political will.
The EU emissions trading system is failing to produce a carbon price that is efficacious in promoting low-carbon investment or a low-carbon economy. Carbon price projections from this scheme are nevertheless incorporated in the formal guidance issued by the UK Treasury to guide government departments in appraising policy initiatives and projects. The Treasury’s guidance deals […]
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