Australian offset issuance remains low as govt legislates Safeguard changes

Published 09:40 on March 8, 2019  /  Last updated at 09:40 on March 8, 2019  /  Asia Pacific, Australia  /  No Comments

Australia's Clean Energy Regulator’s carbon credit issuance fell to below 30,000 this week, around a seventh of the long-term average, while the government finally legislated softer Safeguard Mechanism rules flagged last year that likely ensure lower offset demand from the private sector.

Australia’s Clean Energy Regulator’s carbon credit issuance fell to below 30,000 this week, around a seventh of the long-term average, while the government finally legislated softer Safeguard Mechanism rules flagged last year that likely ensure lower offset demand from the private sector.

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