Massachusetts’ GWSA cap-and-trade surplus rises on milder weather and imports

Published 16:59 on May 20, 2020  /  Last updated at 01:24 on May 22, 2020  /  Americas, US  /  No Comments

Massachusetts electricity generators reduced emissions under the Global Warming Solution Act (GWSA) programme in 2019 as a result of milder weather and increased imports, but allowance prices still remained high due to illiquid conditions, a new report showed.

Massachusetts electricity generators reduced emissions under the Global Warming Solution Act (GWSA) programme in 2019 as a result of milder weather and increased imports, but allowance prices still remained high due to illiquid conditions, a new report showed.

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