Australian offset buyers pay up to avoid most criticised credit types

Published 03:31 on May 27, 2022  /  Last updated at 03:31 on May 27, 2022  /  Asia Pacific, Australia  /  No Comments

Australian Carbon Credit Units (ACCUs) from controversial human-induced regeneration (HIR) projects are steadily trading at a premium in the market, though that is primarily because buyers perceive some other project types to be worse more than HIR being better, according to analysts.

Australian Carbon Credit Units (ACCUs) from controversial human-induced regeneration (HIR) projects are steadily trading at a premium in the market, though that is primarily because buyers perceive some other project types to be worse more than HIR being better, according to analysts.

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