emissions trading

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Related to Emission credits: Carbon market, Cap and trade
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emissions trading

n (St Ex) → Emissionshandel m
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The CES aims to address this by creating three tiers of compliance that provide incremental renewable energy credits; supporting payment mechanisms based on zero emission credits (ZECs) for existing nuclear facilities; and, when necessary, supporting existing renewable energy generation.
As the petrochemical industry expands, plant construction will need VOC emission credits to off-set non-controllable point sources in non-attainment areas.
Since our bottom line was limited, it was difficult to achieve the target by buying more emission credits," it said.
The World Bank has said that its fund has sold emission credits through Bank of America Merrill Lynch (NYSE: BAC).
an Okayama Prefecture-based maker of school uniforms and sportswear, signed an agreement Monday to buy carbon dioxide emission credits from a local municipality from fiscal 2011, which starts in April.
The venture may sell emission credits overseen by the United Nations later this year.
Of the emission credits obtained through the project, up to 350,000 tons will be sold to Japan Carbon Finance, Ltd.
The project is the first mass-transit system in the world to be approved under the CDM and has 880,506 emission credits for sale.
5 million 1-ton emission credits were sold in the auction held last Thursday to 59 bidders that included power plant operators, banks and environmental groups, with Massachusetts taking in $13.
Swedish emission credits trader Tricorona AB (OMX Stockholm:TRIC) said on Friday (11 April) that it has completed a transaction with the Japanese government through its procurement vehicle New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organisation (NEDO).
According to member states' latest projections, the measures already taken, as well as the purchase of emission credits from non-EU countries and silvicultural activities which absorb carbon from the atmosphere will allow the emissions of the EU15 to be reduced by 7.
CCX), the second largest live carbon emissions trading market in the world, are teaming up to develop products based on carbon emission credits.
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