Amending decision on ETS carbon leakage

18th December 2013


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The European commission has amended its decisions on the industry sectors at risk of carbon leakage under EU ETS

18 December 2013
Climate change - EU

The European commission has amended its decisions 2012/2EU and 2011/278/EU in relation to the industry sectors at risk of carbon leakage under the EU emissions trading system. They have added the following goods to the list of sectors:

  • Dried potato flour, flakes granules and/or pellets;
  • prepared or frozen potatoes;
  • whey and modified whey;
  • open die forged ferrous parts for transmission shafts, camshafts, crankshafts and cranks; and
  • plaster and plaster products for use in construction.

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