AU Market: ACCU prices rise as Qantas leads bump in voluntary cancellations

Published 06:09 on February 4, 2021  /  Last updated at 20:47 on February 4, 2021  /  Asia Pacific, Australia, Voluntary Market  /  No Comments

Australian Carbon Credit Units (ACCUs) rose past A$17/tonne this week, with a slight shift in messaging on climate change by Prime Minister Scott Morrison sparking greater voluntary interest and borne out by a bump in cancellations.

Australian Carbon Credit Units (ACCUs) rose past A$17/tonne this week, with a slight shift in messaging on climate change by Prime Minister Scott Morrison sparking greater voluntary interest and borne out by a bump in cancellations.

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