VCM Report: Year-end jump in retirements prompts lift in standardised prices

Published 18:07 on January 3, 2023  /  Last updated at 01:55 on January 4, 2023  /  Aviation/CORSIA, Nature-based, Voluntary  /  No Comments

Standardised carbon credit prices rose over the holiday period as corporates rushing to fulfil end of year compliance obligations caused a jump in retirements, but the rally still failed to move the demand needle significantly from 2021 levels as the market nurses the headache of an increasing credit overhang.

Standardised carbon credit prices rose over the holiday period as corporates rushed to fulfil end of year compliance obligations to cause a jump in retirements, but the rally still failed to move the demand needle significantly from 2021 levels as the market nurses the headache of an increasing credit overhang.

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