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Wednesday 10 Apr 19 11:00am


Ten years ago, the Government was being told that including hydrofluorocarbons – one of the most damaging greenhouse gases – in the Emissions Trading Scheme could lead to an increase in emissions.

Air conditioner manufacturer Temperzone told the select committee reviewing the ETS that having to pay for emissions could force it to stop manufacturing in New Zealand, and that the gap in the market could be filled by less “green” imports.

Synthetic greenhouses gases, including HFCs, are currently covered by the ETS. | Read the story here
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