China ETS unlikely to trigger short-term cost spikes for power industry, analysts say

Published 09:19 on July 27, 2022  /  Last updated at 09:19 on July 27, 2022  /  China, China's National ETS  /  No Comments

The roll-out of China’s national carbon emission trading scheme (ETS) is unlikely to push up near-term cost levels for thermal power plants, though compliance costs could increase in the long run, according to a report by rating agency Fitch.

The roll-out of China’s national carbon emission trading scheme (ETS) is unlikely to push up near-term cost levels for thermal power plants, though compliance costs could increase in the long run, according to a report by rating agency Fitch.

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