“It now stands at €4.30. In any case, it’s too low to give industry any incentive to slash CO2 emissions … The general consensus is that the recent climate summits in Copenhagen and Doha have been failures. … Only those companies that deal with energy and raw materials in the most efficient manner compared with other countries will continue to grow.”
Well, as usual “the road to hell is paved of good intentions,” thinking that “certificates” based on “monetary in-efficiency” could solve the problem of “monetary in-efficiency” is something that just lunatics such as economists could conceive.
The only way to restore energy sanity in the corrupted Sumerian usury-monetary system, is abolishing it all together, and base trade on energy calories, “that makes for real efficiency,” not the econo-dogmas of “monetary efficiencies” of fake currencies they manipulate as pleased for their conflict of interest.