New York power sector CO2 price would not apply until Q2 2021 -grid operator

Published 16:51 on July 18, 2018  /  Last updated at 23:14 on July 18, 2018  /  Americas, Carbon Taxes, US  /  2 Comments

A successful effort to introduce a carbon charge in New York’s wholesale electricity markets separate to RGGI would take nearly three years to take effect, according to the state’s grid operator NYISO.

A successful effort to introduce a carbon charge in New York’s wholesale electricity markets separate to RGGI would take nearly three years to take effect, according to the state’s grid operator NYISO.

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  1. ICAP ICAP says:

    “New York’s Clean Energy Standard (CES) requires that 50% of the state’s power come from renewable sources – including nuclear energy through zero-emissions credits (ZECs) – by 2050.”

    In 2030,no?

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