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Details on CBAM & Carbon Tax

From emission reporting to measuring your carbon tax exposure

EU ETS companies must file their first CBAM report by January 2024 and are allowed to use default values only until July 2024. From 2026, import emissions will be added to the continental greenhouse gas inventory, upon which a gradually increasing carbon price will be payable.

The CBAM applies to the following goods: electricity, iron and steel, cement, aluminium, fertilizers, hydrogen, as well as some precursors and downstream products. This means that companies must engage with their suppliers and report real emission data, not only to avoid regulatory fines (10 - 50 EUR/tCO2e) but also to precisely measure the financial risk associated with every ton of carbon embedded in their goods.

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From emission reporting to measuring your carbon tax exposure

EU ETS companies must file their first CBAM report by January 2024 and are allowed to use default values only until July 2024. From 2026, import emissions will be added to the continental greenhouse gas inventory, upon which a gradually increasing carbon price will be payable.

The CBAM applies to the following goods: electricity, iron and steel, cement, aluminium, fertilizers, hydrogen, as well as some precursors and downstream products. This means that companies must engage with their suppliers and report real emission data, not only to avoid regulatory fines (10 - 50 EUR/tCO2e) but also to precisely measure the financial risk associated with every ton of carbon embedded in their goods.

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From emission reporting to measuring your carbon tax exposure

EU ETS companies must file their first CBAM report by January 2024 and are allowed to use default values only until July 2024. From 2026, import emissions will be added to the continental greenhouse gas inventory, upon which a gradually increasing carbon price will be payable.

The CBAM applies to the following goods: electricity, iron and steel, cement, aluminium, fertilizers, hydrogen, as well as some precursors and downstream products. This means that companies must engage with their suppliers and report real emission data, not only to avoid regulatory fines (10 - 50 EUR/tCO2e) but also to precisely measure the financial risk associated with every ton of carbon embedded in their goods.

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From emission reporting to measuring your carbon tax exposure

EU ETS companies must file their first CBAM report by January 2024 and are allowed to use default values only until July 2024. From 2026, import emissions will be added to the continental greenhouse gas inventory, upon which a gradually increasing carbon price will be payable.

The CBAM applies to the following goods: electricity, iron and steel, cement, aluminium, fertilizers, hydrogen, as well as some precursors and downstream products. This means that companies must engage with their suppliers and report real emission data, not only to avoid regulatory fines (10 - 50 EUR/tCO2e) but also to precisely measure the financial risk associated with every ton of carbon embedded in their goods.

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