Since the carbon market was created more than fourteen years ago, the price per tonne of carbon has never been higher. On March 31st, the closing value of the EUA Dec21 contract was 42.55€/Tn. Market prices have been rising steadily for quite some time now, i.e., +37% since 2020 and
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Each month, one of our experts publishes an article describing his view on a specific topic of the constant changes taking place in the energy market, with special focus on the French market.
While the debate surrounding the ‘yellow vests’ seemed to focus primarily on the taxation of hydrocarbons – CO2-emitting fossil fuels -, the issue of
The Programmation Pluriannuelle de l’Énergie [multi-annual energy programing] (PPE) was finally presented by the Minister for Ecological and Solidarity-based Transition, François de Rugy, on
At the time of writing, Brent Dec18 contract is trading at $85/bbl, its highest price in 4 years. Gas is following the same pattern
At this stage, we are used to watching the State intervene in the electricity market, from the side of supply as well as demand.