China should consider some use of pilot ETS allowances in national CO2 market, expert says

Published 12:39 on August 22, 2019  /  Last updated at 10:39 on September 5, 2019  /  China, China's National ETS, China's Pilot Markets  /  No Comments

China should consider allowing the use of some CO2 allowances from its regional pilot emissions trading schemes in the national cap-and-trade programme in order to maintain market integrity and avoid a price crash in the pilots, according to a recent study.

A previous version of this article stated that Zeng Xuelan urged the government to allow pilot market allowances in the national ETS. This is not correct, and the article has been corrected to reflect that.

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