Policy and Regulation

EU approves Greek aid package to prevent ‘carbon leakage’

Greek energy-intensive companies will be partially compensated for higher electricity prices related to the EU Emissions Trading System.

The European Commission has given the green light to a €1.36bn scheme designed to stop energy-intensive Greek businesses from relocating outside the bloc to countries with less stringent climate regimes.

The scheme, ...

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