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BMWi: Revised Guideline on Compensation of Indirect CO2 Expenses

After publication on 6 August 2013 in the Federal Register (Bundesanzeiger), the revised guideline on state aid measures regarding indirect CO2 expenses has come into force. The revised guideline was approved by the European Commission.

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DEHSt Publishes Verified Emissions Table Report 2011

The Emissions Trading Authority (DEHSt) has presented its latest Verified Emissions Table Report for 2011 (VET 2011). According to the report, the 1,651  installations that are subject to emission trading in Germany emitted about 450 million tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) in 2011. This is a decline of 1% compared with 2010.

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OVG Berlin: No Fine if False but Certified TEHG Emissions Report Is Submitted

The Emissions Trading Authority (DEHSt) may not impose a fine if a false, but certified emissions report pursuant to the Greenhouse Gas Emission Trading Act (TEHG) has been submitted, the Higher Administrative Court of the states of Berlin and Brandenburg (OVG Berlin Brandenburg) decided.

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DEHSt Publishes July 2011 Report on Auctioning of Emission Allowances in Germany

The Emissions Trading Authority (DEHSt) at the Federal Environment Agency (UBA) has published its July 2011 report on emission allowance (EUA) auctioning. DEHSt has wide ranging competences with respect to emission trading in Germany.

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DEHSt: Emission Trading Limits CO2 Emissions Despite Economic Upturn

Around 1,630 energy generation and industrial plants were subject to the Greenhouse Gas Emissions Trading Act (TEHG) regime in 2010. They emitted 454 million tons of CO2 in Germany last year, the Emissions Trading Authority (DEHSt) announced. Continue reading ‘DEHSt: Emission Trading Limits CO2 Emissions Despite Economic Upturn’

Hackers Steal and Sell Emission Allowances

A large-scale data theft has paralysed the official registers for emission trading in many European countries, Financial Times Deutschland (FTD) reports. Continue reading ‘Hackers Steal and Sell Emission Allowances’