Analysts see China carbon price steadily tick up, but absolute cap could speed up process

Published 10:20 on July 20, 2022  /  Last updated at 10:20 on July 20, 2022  /  China, China's National ETS  /  No Comments

Prices in China’s national emissions trading scheme will grow steadily in coming years, but by the end of the decade could be more than 50% higher if the government sets an absolute cap on ETS emissions compared to if it carries on with an intensity-based scheme, according to analysts.

Prices in China’s national emissions trading scheme will grow steadily in coming years, but by the end of the decade could be more than 50% higher if the government sets an absolute cap on ETS emissions compared to if it carries on with an intensity-based scheme, according to analysts.

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