Price of allowances hits second record low this week with little movement now expected before crucial committee vote next month
A committee of MEPs yesterday rejected plans to bolster the price in the EU's carbon market, sending prices of allowances spiralling to a new record low of below €3 a tonne. As expected, the European...
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