Connecticut governor nails coffin shut on state implementation of TCI carbon market

Published 21:27 on November 16, 2021  /  Last updated at 21:59 on November 16, 2021  /  Americas, US  /  No Comments

Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont (D) on Tuesday confirmed that the state is abandoning plans to operationalise the Transportation and Climate Initiative Programme (TCI-P), citing high gasoline prices as obstacles to joining the regional fuel sector cap-and-trade system.

Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont (D) on Tuesday confirmed that the state is abandoning plans to operationalise the Transportation and Climate Initiative Programme (TCI-P), citing high gasoline prices as obstacles to joining the regional fuel sector cap-and-trade system.

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