South Korean firms sign major CDM deal in Bangladesh

Published 01:44 on August 9, 2019  /  Last updated at 09:27 on August 9, 2019  /  Asia Pacific, International, Kyoto Mechanisms, Other APAC, South Korea  /  No Comments

Korea Midland Power and trading firm Ecoeye have signed a deal with subsidiaries of Bangadesh's state-owned oil and gas firm PetroBangla to develop a CDM project that will generate some 1 million carbon credits annually for use in the South Korean emissions trading scheme.

Korea Midland Power and trading firm Ecoeye have signed a deal with subsidiaries of Bangadesh’s state-owned oil and gas firm PetroBangla to develop a CDM project that will generate some 1 million carbon credits annually for use in the South Korean emissions trading scheme.

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