About this initiative

Summary

EU Member States can compensate some companies in sectors with high electricity consumption (electro-intensive users), for part of the higher electricity costs arising from the EU emissions trading scheme. The compensation minimises the risk of carbon leakage, which occurs when emission costs cause EU companies to relocate their production to non-EU countries that have less ambitious climate measures. The rules allowing for compensation will be updated to ensure that they are adapted to the new emissions trading scheme for 2021-2030.

Topic
Competition
Type of act
Act

Roadmap

Feedback: closed
Type

Inception impact assessment
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Feedback period
20 December 2018 - 17 January 2019 (midnight Brussels time)
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Feedback (46)

  • 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.

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Public consultation

Feedback: open
Feedback period
21 February 2019 - 16 May 2019 (midnight Brussels time)

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Commission adoption

Planned for
Third quarter 2020

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