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Carbon trading may be new sub-prime, says energy boss

Tuesday 3 Feb 09 9:00am

The row over the working of the European Unionís emissions trading scheme has intensified with EDF Energy warning that speculators risked turning carbon into a new category of sub-prime investment.

Vincent de Rivaz, the chief executive of the UK arm of the French-owned gas and electricity group, said politicians and regulators needed to revisit the way the ETS was working and whether it was bringing the results they wanted.

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