Australia Market Roundup: Rio Tinto sells 90k fixed-price ACCUs to govt despite rule change

Published 11:39 on March 28, 2022  /  Last updated at 11:41 on March 28, 2022  /  Asia Pacific, Australia  /  No Comments

A Rio Tinto subsidiary has sold over 90,000 carbon credits to the government’s Emissions Reductions Fund (ERF) at fixed low prices despite no longer having to, regulator data showed Monday, while secondary market prices are showing signs of falling after recent controversies.

A Rio Tinto subsidiary has sold over 90,000 carbon credits to the government’s Emissions Reductions Fund (ERF) at fixed low prices despite no longer having to, regulator data showed Monday, while secondary market prices are showing signs of falling after recent controversies.

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