EU Emissions Trading System – reforms towards the future

tue10may11:00tue12:00EU Emissions Trading System – reforms towards the future


(Tuesday) 11:00 - 12:00

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The European Emissions Trade Scheme was intended to be an economic stimulus to reduce the emissions of the economy. However, the experience of recent years, as well as econometric analyses, indicate that it has become a perfect environment for speculations, that resulted in a price bubble on the market. Should financial institutions be excluded from the system? If so, is this the only change that should be made? Should the ETS be expanded in the line with Fit for 55 package? These and other questions we would like to attempt answering during the debate.


11:00- 11:15 Welcome word

Jerzy Buzek, Member of the European Parliament
Marcin Nowacki, EESC Member, President of the European Enterprise Alliance

11:15- 12:00 Debate & Questions

Jos Delbeke, Professor, European Investment Bank Chair on Climate Change Policy and International Carbon Markets
Andreas Gluck, Member of the European Parliament (TBC)
Horst Heitz, SME Connect SME Europe Secretary General and Chair of the Steering Committee of SME Connect
Cement Producers Association

Moderation: Jakub Binkowski, Board Member Union of Entrepreneurs’ and Employers

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