California ETS rulemaking language necessary, though changes unlikely before 2022 -senator

Published 21:35 on June 5, 2020  /  Last updated at 00:45 on June 6, 2020  /  Americas, Canada, US  /  No Comments

A California budget proposal to amend the state's WCI-linked carbon market would likely not make any near-term changes to allowance prices but is necessary to ensure the scheme helps the state reach its long-term climate goals, a state senator told Carbon Pulse on Friday.

A California budget proposal to amend the state’s WCI-linked carbon market would likely not make any near-term changes to allowance prices but is necessary to ensure the scheme helps the state reach its long-term climate goals, a state senator told Carbon Pulse on Friday.

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