Emissions trading scheme could be oversupplied until 2024

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Report calls for tougher emissions targets and the permanent removal of permits to boost low carbon investment

The oversupply of credits in the EU's emissions trading scheme (EU ETS) looks likely to continue until 2024 unless policy-makers introduce deeper carbon reduction targets and permanently remove excess...

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