Alliance moots 'efficiency FIT'

October 2011
Utility Week;10/21/2011, p9
Trade Publication
The article reports on the potential of consumers to save 35 billion British pounds over the next 15 years from 2011 if the government paid householders to use less electricity as opposed to building new zero-carbon generation plant, according to a document released by the Green Alliance.


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