Strict DEBs definition could yield undersupplied California offset market by 2027 – analysts

Published 23:34 on June 30, 2020  /  Last updated at 00:09 on July 1, 2020  /  Americas, Canada, US  /  No Comments

California offset credits with direct environmental benefits to the state (DEBs) may be undersupplied in the post-2020 period and lead to tighter discounts to WCI allowance prices, depending on regulator ARB’s final classification, according to a new analysis published Tuesday.

California offset credits with direct environmental benefits to the state (DEBs) may be undersupplied in the post-2020 period and lead to tighter discounts to WCI allowance prices, depending on regulator ARB’s final classification, according to a new analysis published Tuesday.

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