Government has ‘no intention’ of lowering F-gas rules after Brexit

Despite pleas for action, there is little sign the government will crack down on emissions of fluorinated greenhouse gas, MPs have heard

Tightening enforcement rules would help kick air conditioning cowboys out of the market and cut F-gas emissions, MPs have heard. Photograph: David Spates/123RFThe government is confident that existing rules will drive down the consumption of fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-gases) in a timely fashion, despite stakeholders’ pleas for more ambitious regulation and more vigorous enforcement.

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