The national emissions registries of Austria and Poland will resume normal operations on 7 March 2011 at 8am CET.
This decision follows completion by the Commission of its review of reports from the two countries' national registries on the adequacy of their security measures. With these reports, the two countries have given reasonable assurances that the minimum security requirements are in place.
This will bring to 15 the number of registries that will have resumed normal operations following the suspension from 19 January 2011 of transactions, except for the allocation and surrender of allowances, in all EU ETS national registries due to cases of cyber theft. The registries of Belgium, Estonia, France, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain, UK, Bulgaria, Ireland and Norway have already resumed operations.
The Commission will continue to provide updates on the situation and will announce the planned re-activation of each national registry 24 hours in advance.
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