Following the agreement reached on the Market Stability Reserve (MSR), the European Commission will soon bring forth a proposal for the structural reform of the EU ETS, which will add currency to the October European Council Conclusions. European Council Conclusions are political guidance, however, not hard law. Following the discussion started during the Carbon Market Forum meeting on May 6, we will discuss what exactly a comprehensive reform of the EU ETS might comprise – in short, what is on the agenda?
CEPS held a first discussion on this topic on May 6th, the results of which will be summarised in preparation for this meeting.
Download the Agenda. A light lunch will be provided.
- EU ETS structural reform: what is on the agenda? – Andrei Marcu, CEPS
- EU ETS structural reform: what is on the agenda? Comments from BDI – Dorte Schramm, BDI
- EU ETS reform agenda: Shrinking carbon leakage provisions – Peter Botschek, cefic
- EU ETS Revision: Current insights from IETA’s discussions – IETA
- EC Public Consultation on the Effort Sharing Decision: CEPS Submission – Andrei Marcu, CEPS
- Free allocation in the EU ETS: How to model the different options – Stefan P. Schleicher, Wegener Center, University of Graz
- The future for Non-ETS policies – Frans Duijnhower
- The EU’s 2030 Effort Sharing Agreement – Oliver Sartor, IDDRI
- EU ETS: which free allocation mechanisms? – Matthieu Jalard and Emilie Alberola, CDC Climat