The greenhouse effect is created by naturally occurring gases such as water vapour (H2O) that insulate the Earth, preventing the sun’s heat from escaping and keep the Earth at liveable temperatures.
The basis, set out in the Renewable Energy (Electricity) Regulations 2001, for calculating the number of large-scale generation certificates that a liable entity must purchase in a given year.
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