Alberta requests feedback on carbon price, credit limits for large emitter programme

Published 23:11 on July 9, 2019  /  Last updated at 00:35 on July 10, 2019  /  Americas, Canada, Carbon Taxes  /  No Comments

The Alberta government opened a consultation Tuesday on its proposed overhaul next year for the Canadian province’s carbon trading programme for large emitters, with the ruling United Conservative Party offering input on the CO2 regulation’s excess emissions charge and usage limits for offsets and performance credits.

The Alberta government opened a consultation Tuesday on its proposed overhaul next year for the Canadian province’s carbon trading programme for large emitters, with the ruling United Conservative Party offering input on the CO2 regulation’s excess emissions charge and usage limits for offsets and performance credits.

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