Intermediaries get busy in Australia’s carbon offset market

Published 09:55 on September 3, 2020  /  Last updated at 01:06 on September 4, 2020  /  Asia Pacific, Australia, International, Kyoto Mechanisms, Voluntary Market  /  No Comments

Intermediaries have gone from playing practically no part in Australia’s carbon offset market to holding some 13% of domestic credits currently sitting in the national registry, according to data released by the Clean Energy Regulator, a trend that coincides with a boom in voluntary market demand.

Intermediaries have gone from playing practically no part in Australia’s carbon offset market to holding some 13% of domestic credits currently sitting in the national registry, according to data released by the Clean Energy Regulator, a trend that coincides with a boom in voluntary market demand.

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