New analysis from Thomson Reuters' Point Carbon suggests UK exit from trading scheme could spark a surge in UK firms offloading emissions allowances
The prospect of a UK exit from the EU Emissions Trading System (ETS) could increase the supply glut already plaguing Europe's carbon market, according to new research from Thomson Reuters' energy analysts...
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