Washington carbon market stakeholders fixating on compliance costs, offsets ahead of final regulation 

Published 22:34 on July 19, 2022  /  Last updated at 23:39 on July 19, 2022  /  Americas, Canada, US  /  No Comments

Washington electric and natural gas utilities are seeking further cost relief for consumers and a level playing field in the state's final cap-and-trade regulation, while offset protocols are also a concern for creating a viable carbon credit market and eventually linking with the California-Quebec programme, according to public comments.  

Washington electric and natural gas utilities are seeking further cost relief for consumers and a level playing field in the state’s final cap-and-trade regulation, while offset protocols are also a concern for creating a viable carbon credit market and eventually linking with the California-Quebec programme, according to public comments.  

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