In our last article on the carbon market we explained the different phases of the ETS since its inception in 2000. In June 2021, the European Commission published the “Fit for 55” package, which targets the reduction of greenhouse gases by 55% (compared to 1990 levels) by 2030. This legislative
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The process was triggered on a large scale in the months following the Fukushima accident, with the German decision to decommission nuclear power plants.
French capacity certificates are being traded at €20K/MW for 2020 supply. EDF is securing the market
On 21 March, the first auction of capacity certificates for the 2020 year resulted in an exchange of 4.17 GW with a price of
In its latest newsletter, the CRE [French Energy Regulatory Commission] provided an update on the 2019-2020 storage capacity auctions and published the storage compensation
[This article was based on information available as of January 18, 2019 and the EPP has since been published. And its content is consistent with
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