Germany's NAP awakens ETS issues

Wilcox, Jeremy
April 2004
Modern Power Systems;Apr2004, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p15
Comments on the tight timetable for the scheduled launch of the Emissions Trading Scheme on January 1, 2005, as well as the draft National Allocation Plan (NAP) submitted by Great Britain to the European Union. Criticisms that the NAP will be detrimental to the country's competitiveness; Importance of a pro-competition emissions reduction strategy.


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