Hydro gains likely to lower California power sector’s WCI obligations for 2019, data suggests

Published 17:56 on May 6, 2020  /  Last updated at 01:03 on May 7, 2020  /  Americas, Canada, US  /  No Comments

Robust California hydroelectric generation last year displaced carbon-emitting sources and mitigated lower nuclear output, likely reducing compliance obligations for the power sector in the WCI-linked ETS, according to preliminary California Energy Commission (CEC) data released Tuesday.

Robust California hydroelectric generation last year displaced carbon-emitting sources and mitigated lower nuclear output, likely reducing compliance obligations for the power sector in the WCI-linked ETS, according to preliminary California Energy Commission (CEC) data released Tuesday.

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