Complementary policies needed to help California’s non-power sectors carry more of GHG abatement burden -analysts

Published 23:46 on December 6, 2017  /  Last updated at 23:46 on December 6, 2017  /  Americas, Canada, US  /  No Comments

California carbon prices will likely remain at or near the market floor through 2020, according to a new analysis, but will then need to rise swiftly over the next decade, with non-power sectors bolstered by complementary policies becoming key to meeting the state’s long-term emissions reduction targets.

California carbon prices will likely remain at or near the market floor through 2020, according to a new analysis, but will then need to rise swiftly over the next decade, with non-power sectors bolstered by complementary policies becoming key to meeting the state’s long-term emissions reduction targets.

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