China’s nascent power market sees small gains in electricity share

Published 11:07 on August 29, 2018  /  Last updated at 01:51 on August 30, 2018  /  China, China's National ETS  /  No Comments

Nearly a quarter of China’s H1 2018 electricity traded in the recently-established regional power markets, according to data from the China Electricity Council, as the nation took another small step away from the government pre-planned dispatch pattern that observers say would make a carbon price less effective.

Nearly a quarter of China’s H1 2018 electricity traded in the recently-established regional power markets, according to data from the China Electricity Council, as the nation took another small step away from the government pre-planned dispatch pattern that observers say would make a carbon price less effective.

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