October 2007
Utility Week;10/5/2007, Vol. 27 Issue 24, p48
Trade Publication
The article discusses the findings of an annual assessment by WWF on the top green power companies in Great Britain. Centrica and ScottishPower are the best of the big six power companies when it comes to setting and meeting climate change targets. Meanwhile, RWE had the least progressive and least mature climate change policies and target-setting.


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