Ministers consider carbon price support

Milne, Roger
January 2010
Utility Week;1/22/2010, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p7
Trade Publication
The article reveals that the British government is considering further intervention in the electricity market which might involve underpinning the carbon price.


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