The climate change levy debate rolls on

Industry's campaign against the climate change levy scored its first success in July when Ministers announced that power used for electrolysis in the chlor-alkali and primary aluminium industries will be exempted. The Government also dropped a little noticed bombshell by announcing that businesses signing voluntary energy efficiency agreements may be allowed to meet their targets by investing in projects under the international Clean Development Mechanism. Increasing numbers of sectors are lobbying against the levy - amidst conflicting projections of its impact on jobs and growth.

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