Monthly Archives: January 2014

The ETS allowance bubble

The Commission’s lack of renewable energy ambition is closely linked to its efforts to save Europe’s oversupplied Emissions Trading Scheme. The more renewables in the system, the less demand there will be for allowances and the bigger the Commission’s challenge … Continue reading

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EU Commission’s last will

Brussels, 22 January 2014 When José Manuel Barroso in October closes the door for the last time as President, he takes with him a 15-year old ambition of the European Commission to have a EU renewable energy policy framework, having … Continue reading

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