Brown under fire over green target

Milne, Roger
November 2007
Utility Week;11/2/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p42
Trade Publication
The article reports that British Premier Gordon Brown was questioned regarding his energy target for the nation in the House of Commons in Great Britain. The European Union (EU) proposed that 20 percent of energy will come from renewable power sources by 2020. However, there were leaked papers about the impact the new EU renewable energy target may have on the Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) and on the new-build nuclear program of the government.


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