Carbon floor price launches at £16 per tonne

Jessica Shankleman
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But IPPR warns policy will only serve to undermine UK competitiveness unless action is taken to prop up EU carbon price

The government has imposed a minimum price for companies emitting carbon, despite concerns that the measure will drive up energy bills while having a negligible impact on global greenhouse gas emissions....

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