Eaga 'well placed' to hit Cert targets

July 2008
Utility Week;7/4/2009, Vol. 29 Issue 11, p7
Trade Publication
The article deals with the capability of Eaga to achieve its Carbon Emissions Reduction Target (Cert) obligations in Great Britain. In a pre-close statement, the company claimed that it is expected to gain more agreements with energy suppliers in July 2008. The obligations calls for more than 2.8 billion British pounds spent in the next three years on enhancing domestic energy efficiency. According to Eaga chief executive John Clough, the company has delivered strong growth.


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