RGGI emissions rise in Q3 on hotter weather, displaced workforce

Published 15:35 on November 2, 2020  /  Last updated at 15:35 on November 2, 2020  /  Americas, US  /  No Comments

The RGGI cap-and-trade programme reported a year-on-year rise in CO2 output during the third quarter, as hotter weather across the Northeast US coupled with more people working from home prompted heavier electricity demand.

The RGGI cap-and-trade programme reported a year-on-year rise in CO2 output during the third quarter, as hotter weather across the Northeast US coupled with more people working from home prompted heavier electricity demand.

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