New Zealand to auction CO2 allowances from 2020, seek limited links to international markets

Published 22:52 on July 25, 2017  /  Last updated at 03:18 on July 26, 2017  /  Asia Pacific, China, International, Kyoto Mechanisms, New Market Mechanisms, New Zealand, South Korea  /  No Comments

New Zealand will introduce carbon allowance auctions and begin phasing out free allocation after 2020, while seeking limited linkages to other emission markets, in a bid to ramp up the efficiency of its ETS, the government announced Wednesday as part of its long-running review of the programme.

New Zealand will introduce carbon allowance auctions and begin phasing out free allocation after 2020, while seeking limited linkages to other emission markets, in a bid to ramp up the efficiency of its ETS, the government announced Wednesday as part of its long-running review of the programme.

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