China’s national carbon price could drop to near zero or force the government to spend large sums of money buying back excess permits if it fails to grapple with a looming wave of power plant closures.
Australia’s Clean Energy Regulator on Friday released installation-level caps for around 160 of its biggest carbon emitters, showing that most of them will be allowed to increase their CO2 output.
China’s State Information Center (SIC) on Thursday released province-level energy forecasts to 2020, highlighting the challenges for officials setting CO2 caps for the national emissions trading scheme as poor and rich regions face vastly differing CO2 trajectories.
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