Report: Why the auto, chemical and electricity sectors are in line for a carbon pricing shock

Madeleine Cuff
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Trucost research suggests up to 150 per cent of profits in the electric utilities sector could be at risk from carbon pricing rollout

Some of the world's major industries face having their profits all but wiped out by the advance of carbon pricing systems, research released last week has suggested. A new paper from Trucost, part of...

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