Emissions fudge

Luckey, James
November 2004
International Power Generation;Nov2004, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p3
Academic Journal
Discusses issues concerning the emissions trading scheme of the European Union (EU) to be implemented in 2005. Factors which may affect the success of the scheme; Basis of the scheme; Impact of the scheme on the cost of generators in Great Britain; Plans of several EU states to use taxpayers' money to purchase emission credits.


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