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This week's edition features the IEA's forecast of how political dithering will hamper renewable energy expansion for the rest of the decade. Plus, the UK's coal power generation falls 19 pct in the first half.

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This week's edition reports on a brewing battle between greens and the car industry over whether cars should be included in Europe’s ETS. It also includes latest carbon price forecasts by Thomson Reuters Point Carbon analysts.

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This week's edition includes RWE’s plans to mothball 1,000 MW of capacity and suggestions from Poland that it may support European energy-saving targets if planned legislation includes compensation for more carbon-dependent countries.

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This week's edition explains why the longstanding diplomatic row over the EU's aviation emissions regulation may not be over despite massive European concessions. Plus, bidding in Europe's carbon auctions has fallen to its lowest for two years as investor returns fall flat.

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This week's edition features a call by European manufacturers to get assurances from EU lawmakers that they will be insulated from carbon price rises before any agreement on reforming the EU Emissions Trading System.

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This week's edition features details on how an EU plan to cut energy use will impact carbon prices and why some project developers are likely to pull out of the CDM if they get permission from regulators.

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This week's edition includes why prospects for a global carbon market suffered a setback this week as Australia ditched its carbon tax. Plus, Britain wants deeper reform of the EU Emissions Trading System than Brussels has proposed.

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This week's edition features a top EU officials flagging the risks to a global climate deal if Europe discusses imposing CO2 border measures to guard against carbon leakage.

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This week's edition looks at how Brussels officials are already pushing through a bill that effectively locks in deeper greenhouse gas cuts while potentially pushing up power bills for households and heavy industries while EU leader wrangle over energy and climate goals for 2030. It also reveals sources say an Italian lawmaker from Europe’s largest political grouping, who last year voted against propping up EU carbon prices, is poised to chair the European Parliament’s environment committee.

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This week's edition includes why a French proposal could break the deadlock over the 2030 climate and energy goals and details on the resumption of carbon market reform talks due next month.

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