IPPC energy efficiency guidance may stir controversy

Businesses which believed that they would escape detailed regulatory requirements to improve their energy efficiency by joining climate change levy agreements (CCLAs) may have to think again now that the Environment Agencies have published draft guidance on energy efficiency under the integrated pollution prevention and control (IPPC) regime.1 But the toughest requirements will apply to firms outside the CCLAs - which may have grounds for worrying that they could be treated with an unfairly heavy hand.

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