Who counts the carbon?

Johns, Jonathan
January 2009
Utility Week;1/16/2009, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p38
Trade Publication
The article reports that plans to encourage or require companies in Great Britain to generate renewable energy locally or on-site are being hampered by inconsistencies in the policies put in place to promote them. One policy cited is the Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) which would require a company to report its reduced emissions. However, a 6 megawatts (MW) plant may need to take advantage of the scheme called Renewables Obligation Certificates (Rocs) to be viable.


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