DECC proposes early renewables exemption for energy-intensive industries

Measures to exempt energy-intensive industries such as steel from the policy costs of renewable energy could be brought in as early as April 2017

by Paul Hatchwell
Energy intensive industries such as steel are set to be permanently exempted rather than temporarily compensated for policy costs of renewable generation. Photograph: Grubb, public domain
Energy intensive industries such as steel are set to be permanently exempted rather than temporarily compensated for policy costs of renewable generation. Photograph: Grubb, public domain

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