This could be the year that EU carbon prices shoot up to fuel-switching levels, but Brexit andat national and EU levels mean downside risks remain.
Depending on whom you listen to, prices for EU carbon allowances will either€20 per ton ($22.7/t) this year, rise to more than double that level, or land somewhere in-between.
The lack of consensus among analysts is down to a number of factors. Not least of these...
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