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  • Tarmac (United Kingdom)
    9 July 2019 Company/business organisation
    Tarmac (United Kingdom)

    Tarmac comments on the Draft Implementation regulation A linear system is required to ensure there is no over or under allocation. Cost of carbon is critical to the competitiveness of the cement, lime & asphalt industries. The adjustment mechanism must be aligned to actual production figures as closely as possible. A fully linear approach is preferred rather than that proposed in the draft regulation. This would ensure allowance allocation...

  • FORUM CO2 (Poland)
    9 July 2019 Business association
    FORUM CO2 (Poland)

    • Forum welcomes the draft implementing regulation. We appreciate the wording of Art. 3.1, allowing for the pragmatic approach regarding the start of activity level reporting already in 2021, based on the data for two preceding years. Forum also understands the pragmatic approach to adjust the allocation only above the threshold of 100 allowances and supports the adjustments of activity changes at sub-installation level. • Forum is in favor...

  • SFIC (France)
    9 July 2019 Business association
    SFIC (France)

    Please find the attached comments about the draft Revising the rules for free allocations.

  • Anonym (Spain)
    9 July 2019 Company/business organisation
    Anonym (Spain)

    Please find attached the feedback.

  • VIK - Verband der Industriellen Energie- und Kraftwirtschaft (Germany)
    9 July 2019 Business association
    VIK - Verband der Industriellen Energie- und Kraftwirtschaft (Germany)

    The VIK welcomes the opportunity to provide feedback on the draft implementing regulation of the European Commission laying down rules for the application of Directive 2003/87/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards further arrangements for the adjustments to free allocation of emission allowances due to activity level changes. Please find attached the VIK response to the consultation.

  • EUROMALT (Belgium)
    9 July 2019 Business association
    EUROMALT (Belgium)

    EUROMALT, the trade association representing the malting industry in the European Union, welcomes the opportunity to provide feedback on the draft Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) laying down rules for the application of Directive 2003/87/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards further arrangements for the adjustments to free allocation of emission allowances due to activity level changes. For your information, the...

  • OGUK (United Kingdom)
    9 July 2019 Business association
    OGUK (United Kingdom)

    Please find attached the OGUK response to the consultation on Revising the rules for free allocation in the EU Emissions Trading System Draft Implementation Regulations 2019. Thank you for the opportunity to respond.

  • VDZ - Verein Deutscher Zementwerke (Germany)
    9 July 2019 Business association
    VDZ - Verein Deutscher Zementwerke (Germany)

    Please see attached file.

  • Danish Ministry of Climate, Energy and Utilities (Denmark)
    9 July 2019 Public authority
    Danish Ministry of Climate, Energy and Utilities (Denmark)

    Please find attached the Danish Ministry of Climate, Energy and Utilities' response to the Commission’s public consultation on the revision of the rules for the adjustments to free allocation of emission allowances due to activity level changes.

  • Glass Alliance Europe aisbl (Belgium)
    9 July 2019 Business association
    Glass Alliance Europe aisbl (Belgium)

    Glass Alliance Europe welcomes the public consultation on the draft regulation on adjustments to free allocation due to activity level changes and supports, as proposed, an effective start of the production change mechanism by 2021 based on 2019-2020 data as well as a mechanism as dynamic as possible to reflect the reality of the glass sub-installations activities changes. Article 5.4 of the draft regulation stipulates that if the activity...

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