In terms of funding, most of it is going to come from the participants themselves. You don't rule out the possibility of state funding, particularly to cover start-up and transition costs. But that wouldn't be vastly expensive. Can I ask you, though, about paragraph 53, and the application of the polluter pays principle, where you say:
"Participants who breach the code will be required to pay enhanced annual subscription."
Effectively, that's fining them in another way, isn't it?