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Washington LCFS credits will likely range from $35 to $45 per metric ton by 2025, lower than prices in neighboring areas, according to one carbon analysis firm.
The new Global Emission Reduction contract from the firm Net Zero Markets will be available June 17 on Nodal Exchange in the U.S.
Three owners of urban forests in Washington have sold more than $1 million in carbon credits to preserve those lands.
Shell CEO Ben van Beurden said at IEA’s Ministerial in Paris that clean technology mandates can give customers affordable products for the energy transition.
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