The EU Commission approves a Polish scheme worth €10B to compensate energy-intensive companies for indirect emission costs

State aid: Commission approves €10 billion Polish scheme to compensate energy-intensive companies for indirect emission costs* The European Commission has approved, under EU State aid rules, a Polish scheme to partially compensate energy-intensive companies for higher electricity prices resulting from indirect emission costs under the EU Emission Trading System (‘ETS'). Executive Vice-President Margrethe Vestager, in charge of competition policy, said: “This €10 billion scheme paves the way for Poland to reduce the risk of carbon leakage for its energy-intensive industries. At the same time, the incentives for a cost-effective decarbonisation of its economy will be maintained, in line with the Green Deal objectives, and undue competition distortions will be limited.” The

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European Commission, The EU Commission approves a Polish scheme worth €10B to compensate energy-intensive companies for indirect emission costs, 17 October 2022, e-Competitions October 2022, Art. N° 109171

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