Little respite in South Korea ETS for European CDM investors Published 10:51 on January 19, 2018 / Last updated at 10:51 on January 19, 2018 / Asia Pacific, EMEA, International, Kyoto Mechanisms, South Korea / No Comments South Korean carbon traders and brokers are seeing a significant uptick in approaches from European investors looking to take advantage of impending offset rule changes in the Korean ETS, but opportunities are likely to be limited, according to market participants....
SK Market: Korean carbon trade stales as govt dithers on key decisions
Published 12:54 on January 17, 2018 / Last updated at 12:54 on January 17, 2018 / Asia Pacific, South Korea / No Comments
Prices in South Korea’s emissions trading scheme have remained unchanged for nine consecutive sessions as traders await clarity from government on allocation levels and rules for market intervention.
NZ Market: NZUs chase record highs as concerns rise over supply
Published 10:47 on January 16, 2018 / Last updated at 10:47 on January 16, 2018 / Asia Pacific, New Zealand / No Comments
New Zealand carbon permits traded near all-time highs again on Wednesday as concerns emerge that supply might prove insufficient over time due to the emissions trading scheme’s tighter settings.
It took Bangladesh nearly 5 years to get their first offset project registered under the JCM deal with Japan, but now there’s a turbo chiller in a textile factory in Dhaka, so there! http://carbon-pulse.com/45665/
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Selecting a term
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