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Frequently asked questions about the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM)

published on
28.2.2024

The introduction of the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) marks a significant step by the European Union (EU) towards a climate-neutral economic area in line with its ambitious "Green Deal". CBAM, a system for identifying and offsetting emissions from imported goods, is seen as an essential addition to the existing EU emissions trading system. The extensive requirements of this new regulatory framework can represent a considerable burden for affected companies.

In this white paper, we explore the most common questions and uncertainties around CBAM to promote a better understanding of this important tool and provide practical answers to the most important issues.

To give you an overview of the content, here is a list of the questions we will be addressing:

  1. How can I find out if I am affected by CBAM?
  2. What is the current state of legislation?
  3. In what form and where do I submit information on CBAM?
  4. What information do I need to provide to CBAM about myself and my suppliers?
  5. What CO2 taxes are incurred within the framework of CBAM?
  6. What are the consequences if I do not submit a report and how can this be monitored?
  7. How do I register with the EU transitional register? What data do I need?
  8. How do you deal with complicated corporate structures?

Would you like to receive more information and find out how exactly Tacto supports the implementation of CBAM? Feel free to download our white paper "Frequently asked questions about the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM)".

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