venerdě 11 maggio 2012
EasyJet Plc (EZJ), Europe’s second-biggest discount airline, estimates its costs of complying with the European Union’s emissions trading system for the 12 months through December to be about 7 million pounds ($11 million).
“We have completed forward purchase of permits that cover our expected remaining requirement for calendar year 2012,” the company said in its half-yearly financial report published today. The airline received 74 percent of the permits it needs for the year for free, according to the report.
Airlines whose aircraft land and depart within the EU were included in the bloc’s cap-and-trade program this year. They must purchase permits in order to cover emissions over their allowance they are given for free.
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