EU Greens lawmakers want to impose a minimum price of 60 euros per ton of CO2 under the bloc’s Emissions Trading System, in order to speed up the Fit for 55 plan which aims to ensure Europe cuts emissions by at least 55% by 2030 from 1990 levels.
- The lawmakers are also proposing 250m CO2
allowancesbe removed from the ETS, with parliament starting to debate the climate plan
- “This is really taking too long, we need to fast-track it,” Michael Bloss, Greens’ shadow raporteur for ETS, told reporters
- He added that a 60 euros permit price would drive coal ...