Even a modest carbon price could make a difference in China, analysts say

Published 13:00 on July 3, 2019  /  Last updated at 18:45 on July 3, 2019  /  China, China's National ETS, China's Pilot Markets  /  No Comments

A carbon price of around 50 yuan ($7.27) per tonne could be sufficient to help throttle new coal investments in China, especially in combination with other regulatory efforts to reduce the risks of new fossil fuel construction, according to an energy advisory group.

A carbon price of around 50 yuan ($7.27) per tonne could be sufficient to help throttle new coal investments in China, especially in combination with other regulatory efforts to reduce the risks of new fossil fuel construction, according to an energy advisory group.

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