Quebec shifts 2019 carbon allowances into reserve as province issues new allocation

Published 18:35 on April 12, 2021  /  Last updated at 18:35 on April 12, 2021  /  Americas, Canada, US  /  No Comments

Quebec shifted past vintage allowances into its price containment reserve and doled out additional free allocations in Q1, with the remaining Vintage 2019 volume for the province's cap-and-trade programme to be auctioned at the May WCI sale, according to the provincial environmental ministry.

Quebec shifted past vintage allowances into its price containment reserve and doled out additional free allocations in Q1, with the remaining Vintage 2019 volume for the province’s cap-and-trade programme to be auctioned at the May WCI sale, according to the provincial environmental ministry.

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