The EU Emission Trading System

image biggerThe Emission Trading System (ETS) is at the centre of the EU’s efforts to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, and EU leaders agreed to change the system to reach a stated 40% GHG emissions reduction target. However in the ten years since its launch it has become clear that the ETS is not functioning properly and is in desperate need of being overhauled.

In our latest Energy Flash FTI Consulting’s experts in Research, Energy and Economic Consulting take stock of the current system, examine its flaws and proposed fixes, ponder what the ETS could look like after 2020, and analyse the impact of the ETS on emissions and business.

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