EC votes to ‘backload’ carbon credits
Jan 10, 2014 | 08:16 AM
| Elfi Middelbeek
LONDON The European Commissions climate change committee approved a proposal to temporarily withhold, or "backload," carbon emissions allowances in a vote Jan. 8.
The vote suggests that the commission is very close to implementing legislation that would allow the postponement of the sale of 900 million allowances in the emissions trading system between now and 2020.....
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