Australian offset prices could rise fivefold over next decade -analysts

Published 10:24 on May 17, 2017  /  Last updated at 14:25 on May 17, 2017  /  Asia Pacific, Australia  /  No Comments

Domestic and international demand for carbon credits could push Australian offset prices to more than five times current levels by the late 2020s, meaning the government should look for alternative options to meet its Paris Agreement obligations, according to analysts Energetics.

Domestic and international demand for carbon credits could push Australian offset prices to more than five times current levels by the late 2020s, meaning the government should look for alternative options to meet its Paris Agreement obligations, according to analysts Energetics.

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