US election result unlikely to derail TCI carbon market, while RGGI linkage may hinge on consensus

Published 21:49 on October 21, 2020  /  Last updated at 21:49 on October 21, 2020  /  Americas, US  /  No Comments

The Transportation & Climate Initiative (TCI) would not halt its plan for a regional cap-and-trade system if Democratic nominee Joe Biden is elected president next month, while New Hampshire’s opposition to the proposed sectoral carbon market could thwart a linkage with RGGI, a workshop panelist said Wednesday.

The Transportation & Climate Initiative (TCI) would not halt its plan for a regional cap-and-trade system if Democratic nominee Joe Biden is elected president next month, while New Hampshire’s opposition to the proposed sectoral carbon market could thwart a linkage with RGGI, a workshop panelist said Wednesday.

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