Back-loading rejection could make UK pay triple rivals’ carbon rates

The European parliament’s decision to reject the European Commission’s emissions allowances back-loading proposal could hike the sum UK polluters pay for carbon permits next year to more than triple that paid by their competitors elsewhere in Europe because of the recently imposed British carbon top-up tax, the latest allowance prices suggest.

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