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Ontario ETS seen marginally long in 2017, undersupplied in 1st phase

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Ontario’s new carbon market will be only marginally oversupplied in its inaugural year, with unseasonably warm weather slicing into the province’s 2017 emissions […]

Optimism amid unknowns of Ontario’s first carbon auction

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Analysts are expecting Ontario’s inaugural cap-and-trade auction to be well subscribed, with participants eager to snap up allowances before the coming decade of […]

Development in cap and trade – Minister Murray Q&A

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As Ontario Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Glen Murray is leading Ontario’s Cap and Trade program for which the first auction will […]

Canada’s northern territories warming to carbon pricing

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They may be laying out conditions and aggressively pushing for exemptions, but Canada’s three northern territories appear to be warming to the idea […]

Nova Scotia proposes ETS program

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Nova Scotia has released design options for its proposed cap-and-trade programme, with the premier saying he was in talks with other Atlantic provinces […]

Ontario publishes updated cap-and-trade participant list

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Some 232 entities are registered to participate in Ontario’s cap-and-trade programme, according to updated data released by the province’s Ministry […]

Public Institutions Facing Cap and Trade Challenges

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The universities and hospitals involved in cap and trade have similar issues to many of the other mandatory participants. Having already […]

Enbridge on Ontario cap and trade

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As a large natural gas utility, Enbridge has a unique role in the Ontario cap and trade. In an interview published this week, […]

Advisors back cap-and-trade extension for California

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California’s Legislative Analyst’s Office (LAO) has recommended the state legislature authorise its cap-and-trade programme to continue after 2020, although with certain changes such […]

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