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Emissions rise from factories and power stations in EU ETS

Thursday 3 Apr 08 9:00am

Carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from factories and power stations in the EU emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS) rose slightly in 2007 compared with 2006, according to initial – and incomplete – data published yesterday by the European Commission today.

Traders had predicted that the final figures for 2007 would be slightly lower than those for 2006 because of a mild winter and a slowing economy.

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