UK seeks to exempt heavy emitters from ETS fines

Jessica Shankleman
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New consultation warns current fixed-penalty system is failing to promote compliance with greenhouse gas reporting rules

Businesses that inadvertently fail to comply with Europe's carbon trading scheme could avoid having to pay fines in future, under plans unveiled by the UK that would provide national regulators with the...

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