April 13, 2017 by Billy Hamshaw
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Ontario kick started its cap-and-trade program in 2017 and achieved a major milestone when it held its first carbon allowance auction on 22 March, 2017. In light of the full subscription observed at the auction, CaliforniaCarbon.info analysts have taken a deep dive into the Ontario carbon market fundamentals and assessed the long-term impacts on the linked carbon market triptych.
In this webinar our analysts discuss the long term supply and demand balance in Ontario and the WCI along with a short-term assessment of the auction results on the existing surplus. During the webinar, our analysts covered the following queries and more:
Chandan Kumar, Lead Economist, CaliforniaCarbon.info
Billy Hamshaw, Product Manager, CaliforniaCarbon.info
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