DECC amends electro-intensive compensation eligibility

Several more key electro-intensive sectors could gain relief from the indirect costs of renewable energy, but extractive industries could lose out

by Paul Hatchwell
Ceramic and refractory products could now be exempted, but qualification is not guaranteed (courtesy of British Ceramics Confederation)
Ceramic and refractory products could now be exempted, but qualification is not guaranteed (courtesy of British Ceramics Confederation)

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