The California Air Resources Board (ARB) will make available on
Monday, December 22, 2014 at noon (12:00 PM) Pacific Time
information regarding individual covered entity compliance with
the November 3, 2014 annual surrender obligation pursuant to
California's Cap-and-Trade Program.
This information will provide account-specific obligation and
surrender values, including the quantity and vintages of
allowances and types of offset credits surrendered, as well as
each entity's compliance status. The information will be
available at ARB's Cap-and-Trade website under the Publicly
Available Market Information tab at:
In addition, ARB will make available aggregated data on vintage
2015 allowance allocation. This annual publication includes
information on total vintage 2015 allowances allocated by
allocation type and, for industrial allocation, by sector. The
information will be available at ARB's Cap-and-Trade website for
The California Cap on Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Market-Based
Compliance Mechanisms Regulation (Regulation) was adopted by the
California Air Resources Board in October of 2011, and formally
went into effect January 1, 2012. Entities subject to the
Regulation will have a compliance obligation for their greenhouse
gas emissions beginning on January 1, 2013. The Regulation was
amended in early 2013 to link the California and Québec programs
beginning January 1, 2014.
The first compliance due date for covered entities under
California Cap-and-Trade Program was November 3, 2014. Covered
entities were required to surrender a sufficient number of
applicable compliance instruments to cover 30% of their 2013
emissions pursuant to section 95855 of the Cap-and-Trade
Regulation. These applicable compliance instruments include
allowances, as well as offset credits.
If you have any questions related to the Cap-and-Trade Program,
please visit "Contact Us" at
For more information on the California Cap-and-Trade Program,
please go to:
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