ETS emissions rise 3% in 2010
New figures for 2010 show that greenhouse-gas (GHG) emissions from installations covered by the EU emissions trading scheme (ETS) increased by 3% compared with 2009 levels.Verified GHG emissions from the more than 12,000 participating installations were 1.93 billion tonnes of CO2-equivalent last year. Emissions from the 1,136 UK installations covered by the ETS increase
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