A piece of research commissioned by Decc has found the CRC carbon tax has done broadly what it said on the tin.
The 88 page document concludes that the scheme initially frustrated many firms with its complexity, design changes and costs, but ultimately achieved carbon savings in line with its impact assessment.
However, it states that increasing energy costs have done more for energy efficiency advances than any other factor.
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