Re-jigged power projections mean higher Korea ETS demand, say analysts

Published 09:43 on March 22, 2019  /  Last updated at 15:52 on March 22, 2019  /  Asia Pacific, South Korea  /  No Comments

Power companies covered by South Korea’s emissions trading scheme likely emitted some 2.5 million tonnes CO2 more in 2018 than previously estimated, sparking additional KAU demand in the run-in to the June 30 compliance deadline, analysts said Friday.

Power companies covered by South Korea’s emissions trading scheme likely emitted some 2.5 million tonnes CO2 more in 2018 than previously estimated, sparking additional KAU demand in the run-in to the June 30 compliance deadline, analysts said Friday.

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