Deutsche Bank today released a detailed research report on carbon trading in Australia, ahead of the Federal Government’s Task Group on Emissions Trading, who are expected to report later this week.
John Hirjee, Energy and Utilities Analyst, reviewed the Australian listed energy and utility companies likely to be affected by a carbon emissions scheme.
“While analysis on individual company greenhouse emissions is still in its infancy, we expect European precedents to be the guiding light for any scheme under consideration in Australia,” he said.
The European Union Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS) was implemented in January 2005, and is the world’s largest jurisdiction based emissions trading scheme.
The report considers the following issues critical to an Australian carbon trading scheme:
Deutsche Bank’s carbon expert, Mark Lewis, is expected to visit Australia next month.
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