ETS emissions fell in 2014
Total greenhouse-gas emissions from the 11,000 plus installations in the EU emissions trading system (ETS) declined 4.5% in 2014, according to the European commission. Figures also reveal that the number of surplus ETS allowances was 2.07 billion at the end of last year.The verified data shows that 1.8 billion tonnes of CO2-equivalent emissions were released by ETS installations across 28 member states, as well as Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein in 2014. This compa
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