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Carbon Markets Quarterly provides a destination for industry stakeholders to stay up to date on:
- Existing and developing Clean Fuel Standard regulations (e.g., California – Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) and Oregon – Clean Fuels Program (CFP)
- Carbon intensity reduction curves and expectations
- Generation of credits and deficits
- Credit price implications
- Federal incentives, regulatory support, and much more!
Carbon Markets Quarterly is original GNA content that serves with the sole purpose of supporting the industry in navigating and analyzing the latest regional clean fuels news.
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