RGGI Q2 emissions likely bolstered by waning coronavirus restrictions, warmer weather

Published 18:54 on July 29, 2020  /  Last updated at 18:01 on July 30, 2020  /  Americas, US  /  No Comments

RGGI's Q2 emissions appear on track for smaller year-on-year differences than Q1 as power consumption rebounded due to the COVID-19 pandemic easing, while shifts in consumer behaviour may have contributed to varied results among individual states in the regional carbon market.

RGGI’s Q2 emissions appear on track for smaller year-on-year differences than Q1 as power consumption rebounded due to the COVID-19 pandemic easing, while shifts in consumer behaviour may have contributed to varied results among individual states in the regional carbon market.

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