Study predicts new carbon markets in US, Japan and Australia will see global price of carbon increase 53 per cent by 2020
New research from analyst firm New Carbon Finance suggests that the average price of carbon on the world's carbon markets will soar to $49 (£28) a tonne over the next 12 years. The EU is expected to...
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Study by energy giant suggests cost and energy savings across public sector that would result from installing solar panels, LED lighting, and low carbon heating measures would run to £5.6bn over 15 years
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