Northeast US carbon price must greatly exceed RGGI ECR values to hit emissions targets -report

Published 18:31 on June 25, 2020  /  Last updated at 21:15 on June 25, 2020  /  Americas, Carbon Taxes, US  /  No Comments

CO2 prices three-to-seven times higher than RGGI's Emissions Containment Reserve (ECR) trigger levels are necessary for New England states to meet their long-term economy-wide GHG abatement goals, according to an analysis commissioned by power producers that was published Wednesday.

CO2 prices three-to-seven times higher than RGGI’s Emissions Containment Reserve (ECR) trigger levels are necessary for New England states to meet their long-term economy-wide GHG abatement goals, according to an analysis commissioned by power producers that was published Wednesday.

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