South Korean firms ink PoA deal as country eyes new CDM projects following carbon market rule change

Published 11:39 on June 20, 2018  /  Last updated at 11:39 on June 20, 2018  /  Asia Pacific, International, Kyoto Mechanisms, Other APAC, South Korea  /  No Comments

Three South Korean firms have signed a preliminary agreement to invest in a cookstove PoA, as investors and participants in the country's emissions trading scheme dip their toes back into the CDM market after the government earlier this year made some UN-issued carbon credits eligible for compliance use.

Three South Korean firms have signed a preliminary agreement to invest in a cookstove PoA, as investors and participants in the country’s emissions trading scheme dip their toes back into the CDM market after the government earlier this year made some UN-issued carbon credits eligible for compliance use.

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