School CRC exit has perverse impact on budgets and emission reduction

Mandatory compensation charges for the Treasury for dropping out of the CRC show that the scheme has become even more of a tax and less focused on genuine environmental improvement

by Paul Hatchwell
Schools and councils are paying a high price for exiting the CRC (photograph: Cathy Yeulet/123RF)
Schools and councils are paying a high price for exiting the CRC (photograph: Cathy Yeulet/123RF)

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