California Public Workshop: Potential Amendments to the Cap-and-Trade Regulation
The California Air Resources Board (CARB) invites interested parties to submit comments and participate in a public workshop on potential updates to the California Cap-and-Trade Program. The Cap-and-Trade Regulation establishes a declining limit on major sources of GHG emissions throughout California, and it creates a powerful economic incentive for significant investment in cleaner, more efficient technologies. The regulation is one of the measures adopted by CARB, pursuant to Health and Safety Code Sections 38500-38599 (AB 32) to reduce California’s greenhouse gas emissions and advance the State’s climate goals.
This workshop is on potential updates to the California Cap-and-Trade Program. CARB staff will present on allowance budget scenarios and concepts related to the overall distribution of allowances, including EDU allocation and post-2030 budgets. CARB staff will also present on topics relevant to treatment and reporting of electricity imports, biogenic emissions, and limited emissions exemptions.
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