Q&A on Industrial Gases

Brussels, 09 November 2010

In the context of the European Commission’s upcoming proposal on quality restrictions on the use of industrial gas offsets in the EU Emissions Trading Scheme, CDM Watch and EIA have produced a Q&A setting out our main concerns regarding two specific types of waste gas abatement project under the CDM , namely HFC-23 and N2O from adipic acid.

Download Q&A : [pdf file]


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