Australia’s new industrial credits could stall ACCU momentum, hurt investments, analysts say

Published 04:09 on September 8, 2021  /  Last updated at 04:09 on September 8, 2021  /  Asia Pacific, Australia  /  No Comments

Australia’s plans to introduce a new type of carbon credits for industrials could interrupt the demand side in the domestic voluntary carbon market and shave as much as A$2 billion ($1.48 bln) off ACCU investments over the next decade, analysts warned Wednesday.

Australia’s plans to introduce a new type of carbon credits for industrials could interrupt the demand side in the domestic voluntary carbon market and shave as much as A$2 billion ($1.48 bln) off ACCU investments over the next decade, analysts warned Wednesday.

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