Mixed messages on CRC reform

Organisations regulated under the CRC oppose a cap-and-trade scheme, but agreement on other issues proves harder to reach

A cap-and-trade mechanism is widely unpopular with organisations regulated under the Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) Energy Efficiency Scheme, according to a government report published in April. But consensus on other issues seems much more elusive.

The report stems from a conference held on 3 March to discuss options for the scheme’s reform proposed by the energy and climate department (DECC) (ENDS Report 433, pp 47-49?). More than 200 CRC-regulated organisations attended the over-subscribed event.

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