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CAN (ON): Year 2 of Cap & Trade: 3 things to monitorFor 360 Energy Inc. educating clients on effective energy management is a top priority. Passing along information and insights to everyone, to help and grow people’s knowledge on energy management can only improve the market for everyone. That’s why 360 Energy Inc. is partnering with Energy Manager Today to help spread these market insights. The article below was written by 360 Energy and originally appeared in Energy Manager on January 11, 2018.
The first year of Ontario’s cap & trade program is behind us, and participating energy users are getting used to carbon inventories and applying for allowances. Four auctions were held to sell credits for participants who had, or anticipate having, an allowances deficit. It is hoped that many companies, both large and small, become more focused on reducing emissions.
As we look ahead to the remainder of the compliance period, here are 3 things that any astute carbon emitter should monitor closely.
Read the full article here.
Publication date: 1/19/2018
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