EMR mitigation in the pipeline?

December 2011
Process Engineering;Dec2011 Supplement, p3
Trade Publication
The article reports that according to Nick Sturgeon, head of climate change and energy at the Chemical Industries Association, the absolute cost of the Electricity Market Reform (EMR) proposals will be very expensive and it will affect the current profit levels of the most energy-intensive businesses in Great Britain. However, he also said that the government has realized the problems and it is expected to announce some mitigation solutions in its annual energy statement.


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