Renewable projects face closure at year end, MPs warned

Many renewable energy projects supported by the non-fossil fuel obligation (NFFO) may have to shut down when existing contracts expire at the end of 1998, according to evidence presented to a parliamentary inquiry. Renewables developers warned that reliance on "green electricity" trading schemes would fail to deliver the Government's target for renewable energy, and called for a continuation of the NFFO support mechanism.

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