(aka Carbon Credits or Transferable Emissions Permits)
The goal of a “Cap and Trade” system is to limit greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in an efficient and market-based way by putting a price on climate altering pollution. In general, this system sets an upper cap on GHG emissions below a level that is scientifically considered to be dangerous. Industries then buy, or are given, credits from the government where each credit represents a fraction of the total acceptable emissions over the year (ex. 1 credit = 1 ton of emissions).
This is our sustainable energy information hub, where we will be updating our customers, followers, and casual observers on the latest trends in the sustainable energy world. Topics included range from (but aren’t limited to) solar energy, batteries, electric vehicles, interesting videos, and new regulations that are relevant to British Columbians.
You can expect to see new content at least once month through this channel in an easily digestible format and with minimal technical jargon. The primary goal of this project is too keep you up to date with the latest in sustainable innovations and sustainability concepts that are relevant to you!
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