The best laid schemes…

Dewis, Andy; Cunliffe, Scott
November 2010
Utility Week;11/19/2010, Vol. 33 Issue 15, p16
Trade Publication
The article analyzes the implementation of the Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) Energy Efficiency Scheme. There will be changes in the scheme based on Great Britain's comprehensive spending review, such as sending the revenue generated by CRC back into the government. The simplification of the accounting for allowances is expected because organizations will not have the recycling payment to factor in and revenue from the sale of allowances will be allocated to public spending.


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