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Judicial review helps drive up ETS unit prices

The Government has to reconsider ETS settings by the end of September.

The Government must reconsider its settings for the emissions trading scheme.

Brent Edwards Tue, 18 Jul 2023

Polluters face the prospect of paying more for their emissions after last week’s High Court judgement that the Government must reconsider the settings of the Emissions Trading Scheme.

The unit price, which had fallen below $40, was up at $48.50 and had apparently gone over $50 after the decision

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