Energy Insiders Podcast: View from China – Climate and carbon markets

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Beijing-based Stian Reklev joins Energy Insiders to provide the view from China on climate, coal and carbon markets, and why progress is slow. Plus, the regulatory problems in Australia.

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Beijing-based Stian Reklev, from Carbon Pulse, has been watching carbon and climate policy for years. In this episode, he joins the Energy Insiders podcast to provide the view from China on climate, coal and carbon markets, and why progress on the international front is so slow.

And, Reklev reminds us, Australia does actually have a carbon market. Tony Abbott’s government helped design it, although to be fair it is not particularly useful.

Plus, we look at the main issues in Australia’s energy market, and the growing concern about some of the absurd regulatory problems that are throwing up needless barriers, adding costs and even making the grid less reliable.

You can find this and other episodes of Energy Insiders here and on your favourite podcast platform. Please also check out our series of The Driven podcasts, including presentations from the recent Electric Vehicle Transition conference. The future of EVs may not be what you expect!

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