As the EU ETS experienced prices above € 20/tCO2e for the first time since 2011, this Market Insight explores whether the increasing carbon prices have been high enough to reduce emissions in 2018.
ICIS outlines the likely developments of carbon prices in the next five years trying to answer to two fundamental questions: will the new reforms create scarcity and lift carbon prices even more? And in case of higher carbon prices, how industries and utilities will be impacted?
This Market Insight by Philipp Ruf and Matteo Mazzoni explores the effect on the 6 biggest power markets – Germany, France, UK, Italy, Spain and Poland.
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