Giuseppe Valiante at The Global and Mail quotes me in a story on SB 775's potential impacts on climate policy cooperation between California, Québec, and Ontario:
Quebec currently holds joint auctions with California every quarter and the province has delegated the administration of them to California’s regulator.
“It’s an identical system right now,” said Danny Cullenward, an energy economist and lawyer who advised the California Senate on the bill.
He said Quebec and Ontario will still be allowed to link to California’s new plan, but the provinces will have to match the minimum carbon credit price floor.
“If somebody wants to link to this new market they have to have a comparable minimum carbon price,” he said in an interview.