Flexible energy tariffs can drive industrial decarbonisation

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    Flexible energy tariffs can drive industrial decarbonisation

    James Macnaghten, Caldera

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    The current electricity market structure is actively discouraging manufacturers from ‘greening’ their operations, writes Caldera’s James Macnaghten

    As a predominantly service-based economy it’s perhaps easy to forget that the UK still makes an awful lot of stuff – from cars to cakes, and machine tools to mattresses. We use a lot of energy, and produce…

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