Treasury sets out carbon levy proposal; DECC confirms it does not anticipate new unabated coal plants
Power plants in the UK could face a carbon price of up to £40 a tonne by 2020, under plans set out today by the Treasury. The proposals, which sit at the heart of the government's wider electricity...
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ClientEarth and Planning Inspectorate had both argued the power station could undermine the UK's climate change targets