Emission trading is coming to prominence as a key market-based tool in state efforts to reduce greenhouse gases, including decarbonization of the electricity sector. Among recent actions Washington has enacted legislation to implement an economy-wide cap-and-invest system, becoming the second state to have a comprehensive carbon-pricing program, and Pennsylvania has adopted rulemaking for a carbon trading program covering the power sector.Details
EnerKnol’s environmental markets insight provides market participants up-to-date information and forecasts of the U.S. carbon markets and emissions regulations. Among many topics, analysis includes the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI), California cap-and-trade (AB 32), Environmental Protection Agency emissions regulations, and energy efficiency standards. Environmental markets policy is more active than ever before with emergence of new climate change studies. EnerKnol Research provides critical insight for compliance entities, carbon market participants, and power generators, to stay abreast of legislative and regulatory changes.