China coal data cut-off raises concerns over repercussions for carbon

Published 12:53 on July 6, 2020  /  Last updated at 13:28 on July 6, 2020  /  China, China's National ETS  /  No Comments

Six of China’s biggest utilities have stopped submitting daily coal data to one of the country’s leading energy and economic indicators, creating expectations that coal prices might rise and add to the pushback against putting in place an effective carbon price.

Six of China’s biggest utilities have stopped submitting daily coal data to one of the country’s leading energy and economic indicators, creating expectations that coal prices might rise and add to the pushback against putting in place an effective carbon price.

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