Australian offset prices could double under a net zero target -analysts

Published 03:03 on April 7, 2021  /  Last updated at 08:54 on April 7, 2021  /  Asia Pacific, Australia  /  No Comments

Australian carbon credit prices could double by 2030 if the government decides to set a net zero emissions target, though increasing expectations on companies to cut their own GHG output rather than relying on offsets could dent demand, analysts said Wednesday.

Australian carbon credit prices could double by 2030 if the government decides to set a net zero emissions target, though increasing expectations on companies to cut their own GHG output rather than relying on offsets could dent demand, analysts said Wednesday.

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