The UK’s domestic emissions trading scheme (ETS) is finally poised to launch in early summer, with the first auction of carbon allowances for since Britain’s exit from the European Union’s carbon market earmarked for 21 May, the government has confirmed. Intercontinental Exchange (ICE), which was appointed by the government in December to oversee the UK’s new carbon market – and which also operates the EU’s ETS, of which the UK was a member until December – published its carbon allowances auction calendar for the year on Friday.
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The UK Government has confirmed that England’s post-Brexit environmental watchdog will launch in July on an interim basis and that its domestic emissions trading scheme (ETS) will launch in May.
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