Electricity price compensation for industry: What does the 27.5 billion mean?

The European carbon price recently rose again to just below €100. Although energy-intensive industries do not have to pay this price for the most part, as they receive free emission allowances, indirect emission costs do have an impact on companies. These are the costs for electricity that they purchase externally and for which the energy suppliers have to pay the carbon price surcharge during generation.

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