Seven member states have not yet been admitted to the EU’s common auction platform for early carbon auctions under phase 3 of the emissions trading scheme (ETS), meaning their allowances will have to be sold next year instead.
Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Hungary, Ireland and Malta have not yet been admitted as auctioneers to the EEX carbon exchange, ENDS has learned. EEX is responsible for hosting the sales.
In addition, auction volumes for Poland, which will use the common EU platform while it prepares to launch its own platform, have also been pushed back to next year.
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