California offset discounts fall to three-year lows on illiquidity, post-2020 ETS changes

Published 20:04 on August 28, 2020  /  Last updated at 20:04 on August 28, 2020  /  Americas, Canada, US  /  No Comments

California Carbon Offset (CCO) prices are declining on the secondary market as fewer compliance buyers participate and sellers look to unload volume before post-2020 alterations to the state's cap-and-trade programme take effect, sources told Carbon Pulse.

California Carbon Offset (CCO) prices are declining on the secondary market as fewer compliance buyers participate and sellers look to unload volume before post-2020 alterations to the state’s cap-and-trade programme take effect, sources told Carbon Pulse.

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