California defends decision to maintain post-2020 ETS caps as it confirms surplus volume

Published 02:47 on April 25, 2019  /  Last updated at 02:47 on April 25, 2019  /  Americas, Canada, US  /  No Comments

California regulator ARB defended its decision to maintain the current emissions cap trajectory of its WCI-linked ETS to 2030, despite confirming that there were more than 218 million surplus compliance units at the end of the market's second compliance period, according to a letter sent to legislators Tuesday.

California regulator ARB defended its decision to maintain the current emissions cap trajectory of its WCI-linked ETS to 2030, despite confirming that there were more than 218 million surplus compliance units at the end of the market’s second compliance period, according to a letter sent to legislators Tuesday.

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