Australia’s power firms want flexible CO2 trading to help meet NEG targets

Published 10:34 on March 12, 2018  /  Last updated at 21:34 on March 12, 2018  /  Asia Pacific, Australia  /  No Comments

Australia’s National Energy Guarantee (NEG) must allow for flexibility in trading CO2 intensity contracts and should place the responsibility for meeting emission targets on generators rather than retailers, according to several of the nation’s biggest power companies.

Australia’s National Energy Guarantee (NEG) must allow for flexibility in trading CO2 intensity contracts and should place the responsibility for meeting emission targets on generators rather than retailers, according to several of the nation’s biggest power companies.

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