Electricity trading reforms bad for environment, DTI admits

The Government has admitted that planned new electricity trading arrangements (NETA) will have a "detrimental environmental impact" - but has signalled its determination to press ahead with the reforms. 1 Developers of renewable energy and combined heat and power (CHP) projects say that even full exemption from the climate change levy would fail to offset the adverse effects.

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