Regulator expects continued growth in Australia’s carbon offset market

Published 02:52 on March 10, 2021  /  Last updated at 09:28 on March 10, 2021  /  Asia Pacific, Australia  /  No Comments

Issuance of Australian carbon credits is expected to increase by more than 6% this year, while emitters are set to retire over 1 million domestic offsets for voluntary purposes for the first time, though that number remains well below their use of international units, the Clean Energy Regulator said Wednesday.

Issuance of Australian carbon credits is expected to increase by more than 6% this year, while emitters are set to retire over 1 million domestic offsets for voluntary purposes for the first time, though that number remains well below their use of international units, the Clean Energy Regulator said Wednesday.

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