CO2 price crash in the ETS: where does it come from and what is its impact?

For energy companies, it’s good news at a time when there is little such news. The CO2 price in the European Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) has crashed in recent days. While it stood at around €95 per ton of CO2 in the middle of last week, by Thursday it had fallen to around €66. With electricity and gas prices have been rising for months, the relief this has provided is extremely small, but concerns about further price increases in the ETS have recently been enormous.

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