Power market reform paves way for tense inclusion of industry in China ETS

Published 10:20 on November 10, 2021  /  Last updated at 10:20 on November 10, 2021  /  China, China's National ETS  /  No Comments

The power pricing reform announced by China last month has seen industrial electricity prices rise by up to 75% in some regions, leading some analysts to question whether heavy industry such as aluminium production should be brought into the national emissions trading scheme.

The power pricing reform announced by China last month has seen industrial electricity prices rise by up to 75% in some regions, leading some analysts to question whether heavy industry such as aluminium production should be brought into the national emissions trading scheme.

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