New electricity trading proposals threaten renewables, CHP targets

Energy regulator Ofgem has issued proposals for radical new electricity trading arrangements (NETA) which could scupper prospects of meeting the Government's targets for renewable energy and combined heat and power (CHP). 1 Remarkably, neither Ofgem nor the Department of Trade and Industry has carried out an environmental appraisal of the proposals, contravening official guidance.

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