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  • Anonymous (Spain)
    17 Enero 2019 Business association
    Anonymous (Spain)

    Para MAGES es fundamental, que para este nuevo periodo, se tengan en cuenta sistemas más equitativos y justificados para las directrices del régimen de comercio de emisiones sobre ayudas estatales. No puede obviarse, la presión que sufren sectores expuestos a una alta intensidad de comercio, y por tanto tener que asumir costes indirectos de CO2, que no se dan en un mercado con competidores globales. Es por esta razón, que es fundamental...

  • EUROALLIAGES (Belgium)
    17 January 2019 Business association
    EUROALLIAGES (Belgium)

    Please find EUROALLIAGES' feedback attached.

  • Eurometaux (Belgium)
    17 January 2019 Company/business organisation
    Eurometaux (Belgium)

    Please see the attached document.

  • Verband der industriellen Energie- und Kraftwirtschaft (Germany)
    17 Januar 2019 Business association
    Verband der industriellen Energie- und Kraftwirtschaft (Germany)

    VIK-Stellungnahme zur KOM-Konsultation über die ETS-Beihilfeleitlinien Hintergrund Die ETS-Beihilfeleitlinien müssen gerade vor dem Hintergrund der zahlreichen Reformmaßnahmen in Vorbereitung der vierten Handelsperiode die globale Wettbewerbsfähigkeit der EU berücksichtigen. Denn für deren Erhalt und die Verhinderung von Carbon Leakage sind nicht nur die direkten CO2-Kosten sondern auch die indirekten CO2-Kosten erheblich. Für einige...

  • OFICEMEN (SPANISH CEMENT ASSOCIATION) (Spain)
    17 January 2019 Business association
    OFICEMEN (SPANISH CEMENT ASSOCIATION) (Spain)

    Please find enclosed Spanish Cement Association comments.

  • Starch Europe (France)
    17 January 2019 Business association
    Starch Europe (France)

    Starch Europe members welcome the proposal from the Commission to revise the Commission guidelines on certain State aid measures in the context of the greenhouse gas emission allowance trading system post-2020. The EU ETS impacts starch production installations in the EU, and the starch industry deeply regretted the lack of possibilities for compensation of indirect ETS costs during phase III of the EU ETS. Starch Europe members therefore...

  • AFEP (France)
    17 January 2019 Business association
    AFEP (France)

    General comments Direct and indirect emission carbon costs are both a result of the EU ETS Directive. They are equally harmful for competitiveness and investments, but they are treated differently. Direct costs are compensated through free allowances, while compensation for indirect costs remains optional through state aid at the discretion of the Member States. This generates a difference of treatment without any reasonable basis. Since the...

  • FuelsEurope (Belgium)
    17 January 2019 Business association
    FuelsEurope (Belgium)

    FuelsEurope welcomes this revision process having regard to its importance for our sector that is genuinely exposed to carbon leakage for the EU ETS period 2021-2030 due to indirect ETS costs and that must therefore also be compensated for them. FuelsEurope welcome the staged consultation approach and is ready to contribute to both web based consultations (public and targeted). FuelsEurope will in particular provide data supporting its...

  • The European Carbon and Graphite Association (ECGA) (Belgium)
    17 January 2019 Business association
    The European Carbon and Graphite Association (ECGA) (Belgium)

    Please find attached the input of the European Carbon and Graphite Association (ECGA) to the Public Consultation regarding the Guidelines on certain State Aid measures in the context of the greenhouse gas emission allowance trading system post-2020 (Roadmap and Inception Impact Assessment).

  • Wirtschaftsvereinigung Stahl (Germany)
    17 January 2019 Business association
    Wirtschaftsvereinigung Stahl (Germany)

    The steel industry is a particular energy- and electro-intensive sector and thus strongly affected by the indirect cost effects of the emissions trading system. In view of considerably rising CO2 prices, the compensation of indirect costs will drastically gain in importance in future. Against this background, we highly welcome the continuation of the possibility to compensate the ETS-related power price increases also during the coming trading...

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