Viewpoint  |  31 October 2011

Europe's green energy chaos

By Andrew MacKillop

The EU's climate and energy policies are too expensive, too ambitious, too complex - and ineffective to boot, argues Andrew MacKillop. Brussels' blind faith in drastically reducing CO2 emissions and liberalising energy markets will profit only a select group of companies and officials at the expense of everyone else. EU officials would do well to rethink their plans - before the public rises up in anger.

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