Carbon market failure due to recession and over-large credits

April 2010
Modern Power Systems;Apr2010, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p6
The article reports on the move of the European Union (EU) to give more free carbon allowances to industrial plants in Great Britain to offset the carbon market failure, which is caused by recession and over-large credits..


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