Polish firms have warned national authorities not to delay the allocation of carbon allowances to industrial installations for the EU emission trading scheme during a change of government prompted by elections last week. In a letter to the environment ministry ceramics company Consus said the government had missed a deadline of 30 September to decide the installation-level allocation. Firms needed their allowances to plan for the scheme's second phase, which begins in January, it said. Earlier a group of trading firms called Forum CO2 made a similar plea. See letters from Consus and Forum CO2 (Polish).
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