Government heads for showdown with Brussels on carbon allocation

The dispute between the Government and the European Commission over the UK's allocation under the EU emissions trading scheme (EUETS) has escalated further - casting a pall over the UK's forthcoming Presidency of the EU. The Environment Department (DEFRA) has set out the allocation to sectors and individual installations,1 along with the first outputs from its review of climate change agreement (CCA) targets.2

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