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Listen as Argus editor Tom Young and Trevor Sikorski , Energy Aspects, discuss domestic GHG policy mechanisms in the EU and whether they undermine the ETS
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Domestic GHG policy mechanisms in the EU – do they undermine the ETS?
As EU nations start to come to terms with the fact that they may need to take further action to meet their 2020 domestic GHG reduction goals Tom Young asks Trevor Sikorski to what extent additional mechanisms implemented by countries such as German and the UK undermine the EU ETS, and whether we might see more of them in the future.
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