California’s IEMAC suggests automatic supply triggers, exploring devalued banked ETS allowances

Published 17:06 on September 20, 2019  /  Last updated at 00:56 on September 21, 2019  /  Americas, Canada, US  /  No Comments

California regulator ARB should develop automatic supply triggers to manage the volume of ETS compliance instruments in circulation, while examining whether banked allowances should be discounted based on vintage year, according to a draft watchdog report released Friday.

California regulator ARB should develop automatic supply triggers to manage the volume of ETS compliance instruments in circulation, while examining whether banked allowances should be discounted based on vintage year, according to a draft watchdog report released Friday.

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