Oregon will operate standalone ETS to show stringency to WCI partners -lawmaker

Published 17:23 on January 13, 2020  /  Last updated at 18:36 on January 14, 2020  /  Americas, Canada, US  /  No Comments

Oregon’s potential cap-and-trade programme would operate independently of the WCI scheme during the initial part of the ETS, but lawmakers still included language in a new bill unveiled Monday to enable a future linkage with California and Quebec, a state senator told Carbon Pulse.

Oregon’s potential cap-and-trade programme would operate independently of the WCI scheme during the initial part of the ETS, but lawmakers still included language in a new bill unveiled Monday to enable a future linkage with California and Quebec, a state senator told Carbon Pulse.

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