Alberta to raise large emitter CO2 price in lockstep with federal mandate -report

Published 22:40 on March 6, 2020  /  Last updated at 22:40 on March 6, 2020  /  Americas, Canada, Carbon Taxes  /  No Comments

The Alberta United Conservative Party (UCP) government will increase the carbon charge under the Technology Innovation and Emission Reduction (TIER) regime to C$50/tonne by 2022 in line with Ottawa’s backstop CO2 pricing requirement, a shift from the Canadian province’s previous approach.

The Alberta United Conservative Party (UCP) government will increase the carbon charge under the Technology Innovation and Emission Reduction (TIER) regime to C$50/tonne by 2022 in line with Ottawa’s backstop CO2 pricing requirement, a shift from the Canadian province’s previous approach.

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