Government revises compensation for renewables policies

Compensation to firms for the indirect costs of renewable energy policies will change to meet state aid guidelines, but assumptions on energy use are more generous

by Paul Hatchwell
The long-awaited compensation package now recognises higher costs affect heavy electricity users. Photograph: Scanrail/123RF
The long-awaited compensation package now recognises higher costs affect heavy electricity users. Photograph: Scanrail/123RF

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