EUETS.INFO relies on public data sources. The major data source is the European Union's Transaction Log (EUTL) (∎). The EUTL provides installations' addresses used to derive locations using the Google Maps API. The official leakage lists provide information on economic sectors, i.e., NACE codes.
We augment the original EUTL data in three major ways. First, we link transactions to the involved accounts. Second, we match former operator holding accounts to the respective installations. Finally, we eliminate duplicated account holders.
A complete documentation of data processing is available here. The documentation also include the data model as well as a detailed description of tables provided in the processed dataset.
EUTL.INFO aims to enhance the transparency and to facilitate empirical research on the EUETS. All processed data are available for download. Python routines to easily access and analyze the dataset are provided on GitHub.Download data
Last update: 21.05.2021 (EUTL version: 13.1.1EUTLP23-04-2021 16:52)
DG Climate Registry Page provides all the background information to the EUTL. They also provide Excel files with installations, compliance data, and transactions. In our dataset we additionally provide information on accounts other than operator hodling accounts and on account holders. Moreover, we link fomer and current operator holding accounts as well as transactions and accounts. In the case of transdactions, we compare the our dataset against data provided by commission.
The European Environmental Agency provides the EUETS data viewer. Data are aggregated by activity and registry. Compared to our approach, they do more post-processing of data, in particular, they provide corrections for the changing scope of the EUETS making data more comparable across phases. However, they do not provide much information on the installation level nor on transactions and accounts.