South Korea to fund CO2 cuts for ETS participants

Published 08:22 on January 9, 2023  /  Last updated at 08:22 on January 9, 2023  /  Asia Pacific, South Korea  /  No Comments

South Korea’s environment ministry on Monday launched a call for proposals from ETS participants to apply for a total 138.8 billion won ($111.6 million) in government support for projects that will cut CO2 at their facilities.

South Korea’s environment ministry on Monday launched a call for proposals from ETS participants to apply for a total 138.8 billion won ($111.6 million) in government support for projects that will cut CO2 at their facilities.

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