Lower California offset prices expected to continue as first ‘DEBs’ units offered

Published 20:25 on January 9, 2019  /  Last updated at 10:59 on January 10, 2019  /  Americas, Canada, US  /  No Comments

Lower California Carbon Offset (CCO) prices are expected to persist following the WCI cap-and-trade programme's Nov. 2018 compliance deadline, while entities are starting to offer credits with direct environmental benefits to the state (DEBs), market sources told Carbon Pulse.

Lower California Carbon Offset (CCO) prices are expected to persist following the WCI cap-and-trade programme’s Nov. 2018 compliance deadline, while entities are starting to offer credits with direct environmental benefits to the state (DEBs), market sources told Carbon Pulse.

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