The Influence of the Definition of Stationary Technical Unit on Meeting the Criteria of Participation in the EU Emission Trading System

The transposition of the EU ETS directive in Poland causes several interpretation problems. The biggest concern is caused by the imprecise definition of the stationary technical unit, which forces the installations’ operators to function in state of uncertainty. The primary reason for this is that the word unit in Polish language might be translated in various manners. The choice of Polish legislator does not allow the operators that have several devices that only jointly meet the requirements of Annex I of the EU ETS directive to have the capability of defining whether they will be regarded as one installation or several technical units that do not meet the participation criteria of EU ETS. The problem of practical nature, which is shown by the response of Ministry of Environment of Republic of Poland to the author’s motion for disclosure of public information. The article focuses on the problem itself, the Ministry of Environment response, as well as de lege ferenda considerations.

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