EEA Wins UK Carbon Emissions Mandate

January 2007
Emerging Markets Monitor;1/8/2007, Vol. 12 Issue 37, p9
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The article reports on the contract given to EEA Fund Management to provide the British Department of Transport's Government Carbon Offsetting Fund with carbon credits in an arrangement worth around GBP3 million. EEA-managed Trading Emissions PLC (TEP) will source and deliver up to 305,000 Certified Emission Reduction Credits (CER) over the next three years to cover all government air travel. The Government Carbon Offsetting Fund will offset air travel emissions produced between April 2006 and May 2009.


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