Policy update - Accounting for green power
IEMA's Nick Blyth on the development of new guidelines on how to account for greenhouse-gas (GHG) emissions produced by electricity from "green" tariffsHow organisations account for supplied “green” electricity in their carbon footprints varies considerably and can be contentious. To harmonise practices worldwide, the World Resources Institute is dev
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The UK government has earmarked £5.5bn for a new Energy Bills Discount Scheme over one year, which is far less than the £18bn in support given for six months under the previous scheme.
One of the world’s leading climate physicists has again called for new regulation forcing the fossil fuel industry to carry out large-scale carbon capture and storage (CCS).