The price of emitting CO2 is rising dramatically, but the EU Commission says it won't interfere with the system as it finally seems to be working as intended to advance climate change mitigation. Although the price will not necessarily continue its rapid ascent.
The domestic industry applauds a broad political agreement to allot slightly more than EUR 110m to Denmark's participation in the EU's green hydrogen efforts. The final selection of projects is expected within the coming weeks.
Danish parliament's IPCEI agreement doesn't touch Dutch funds previously earmarked by the government for Power-to-X, says energy minister Dan Jørgensen. On the other hand, the allocated DKK 850m will not necessarily go to the common European projects.