Carbon traders want UK to remain in EU ETS ‘until 2020’

Nick Hurd has been asked to ensure the UK stays in the EU emissions trading scheme for a transitional period after Brexit to avoid serious market disruption

by Paul Hatchwell
Leaving the EU ETS abruptly could undermine large emitters such as power generators buying allowances in advance and damage London's standing as a global carbon trading centre. Photograph: Andrei Merkulov/123RF
Leaving the EU ETS abruptly could undermine large emitters such as power generators buying allowances in advance and damage London's standing as a global carbon trading centre. Photograph: Andrei Merkulov/123RF

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