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Review has price cap message for Government

Tuesday 23 Apr 19 11:00am


THE CAP on carbon prices should be lifted, the Government has been told.

An analysis of submissions on the latest review of the Emissions Trading Scheme shows a majority of submitters support raising the current $25 fixed-price option, which allows emitters to pay $25 for each tonne of liable emissions instead of surrendering carbon units.

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