New CBAM regulation hits the middle class

A large part of the industry is affected by the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) and must submit the first report on 31.01.2024. Failure to do so could result in penalties of up to €50 per imported tonne of CO2.

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CBAM affects a large part of European industry and burdens purchasing in SMEs

CBAM is part of the European Union's (EU) "Fit for 55" package and refers to the EU's plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55% by 2030 compared to 1990 levels. But what does this mean for SMEs in concrete terms?

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Uncertainty about my company being affected

EU companies that import products from non-EU countries, such as iron, steel, cement, aluminum, electricity, fertilizers, hydrogen and related products, are subject to CBAM regulations.

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Lack of clarity about regulatory requirements

Companies must calculate emissions from the manufacture of imported goods and submit a CBAM report indicating product volumes, emissions and foreign carbon prices.

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High burden due to additional regulation

Compliance requires expertise and capacity that is too much for SMEs, and non-compliance could result in penalties of up to €50 per imported ton of CO2 - how can SMEs cope with this?

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