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Climate Change Agreement - Energy Intensive Industries01-02-2021 14:06
abbajabba1
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Is anyone familiar with UK's CCA relief for Energy Intensive Industries?

It appears quite complex.

Any thoughts on how to approach would be great.
01-02-2021 15:31
James___
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abbajabba1 wrote:
Is anyone familiar with UK's CCA relief for Energy Intensive Industries?

It appears quite complex.

Any thoughts on how to approach would be great.



I did a quick check on it. It seems that unless someone is in an affected industry, would be difficult to say. In another thread we were discussing some of the effects of going green. Electric vehicles will need electricity from somewhere and is the infrastructure in place to allow for it?

https://www.climate-debate.com/forum/going-green-d6-e3511.php#post_68069
01-02-2021 19:06
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The best approach would be to drop all this climate nonsense. It's a scam, and businesses should just tell the government to go F themselves.
02-02-2021 01:28
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James___ wrote:
abbajabba1 wrote:
Is anyone familiar with UK's CCA relief for Energy Intensive Industries?

It appears quite complex.

Any thoughts on how to approach would be great.



I did a quick check on it. It seems that unless someone is in an affected industry, would be difficult to say. In another thread we were discussing some of the effects of going green. Electric vehicles will need electricity from somewhere and is the infrastructure in place to allow for it?

https://www.climate-debate.com/forum/going-green-d6-e3511.php#post_68069

If everyone was required to drive electric cars...no.


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02-02-2021 03:17
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Into the Night wrote:
James___ wrote:
abbajabba1 wrote:
Is anyone familiar with UK's CCA relief for Energy Intensive Industries?

It appears quite complex.

Any thoughts on how to approach would be great.



I did a quick check on it. It seems that unless someone is in an affected industry, would be difficult to say. In another thread we were discussing some of the effects of going green. Electric vehicles will need electricity from somewhere and is the infrastructure in place to allow for it?

https://www.climate-debate.com/forum/going-green-d6-e3511.php#post_68069

If everyone was required to drive electric cars...no.



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Edited on 02-02-2021 03:18




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