The EU Commission tries to determine by the reform of emissions trading during the 4th trading period, the original idea of this market-based instrument to meet. At the same time, however, competitiveness, especially in the energy-intensive industry that is heavily affected, should also be maintained. How this should be implemented in concrete terms or how the situation will affect German companies in particular was further explained in detail by the speakers from BMU and DEHSt. Furthermore, an overview wasgiven on the further efforts in Germany to protect the climate (climate protection plan, coal withdrawal) and what impact this can have on the industries concerned. See more here.
SET-Nav partners from Fraunhofer ISI made a presentation on "Innovative process technologies and their contribution to the decarbonisation of the energy-intensive industry in Europe", Tobias Fleiter, Fraunfofer ISI.
The Agenda is available here.