Analysts see ACCU prices up in next auction amid fewer big projects, de facto price floor

Published 03:47 on June 6, 2016  /  Last updated at 16:12 on June 6, 2016  /  Asia Pacific, Australia  /  No Comments

The average price in Australia’s most recent carbon offset auction may have fallen but the highest successful bids increased, and prices are slated to rise in the next sale amid thinner participation and the secondary market providing a de facto price floor, according to analysts.

The average price in Australia’s most recent carbon offset auction may have fallen but the highest successful bids increased, and prices are slated to rise in the next sale amid thinner participation and the secondary market providing a de facto price floor, according to analysts.

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