Now your country needs your CRC cash

Ruddell, Steve
November 2010
Process Engineering;Nov/Dec2010, Vol. 91 Issue 6, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports on the decision of the government to cash in on the Carbon Reduction Commitment Energy Efficiency (CRC) scheme in Great Britain. It mentions that the move is to help decrease the 83 billion pounds deficit. It notes that CRC is originally invested to reduce the carbon dioxide emission. It cites that the decision implies that the government will pocket 3.5 billion pounds from CRC.


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