Environmental groups, legislators urge stronger post-2020 RGGI caps for New York

Published 19:24 on October 23, 2020  /  Last updated at 19:24 on October 23, 2020  /  Americas, US  /  No Comments

New York’s proposed RGGI CO2 budgets over the next decade should be updated to align with the state’s long-term climate goals, and the government should set a lower minimum threshold for units to be regulated under the power sector cap-and-trade programme, environmental groups and lawmakers wrote in public comments.

New York’s proposed RGGI CO2 budgets over the next decade should be updated to align with the state’s long-term climate goals, and the government should set a lower minimum threshold for units to be regulated under the power sector cap-and-trade programme, environmental groups and lawmakers wrote in public comments.

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