THE EUROPEAN Commission is expected this month (May) to announce a proposed directive boosting the use of co-generation, although EU electricity association Eurelectric thinks it may at the same time moderate earlier targets for doubling the share of energy represented by the sector.

This has already been rejected as too ambitious by the industry group and although Brussels may keep to the overall target, which would see CHP rising to 18 per cent of total energy supply, Eurelectric thinks that it may abandon ideas that individual ...

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