The UK Energy Review and Decentralised Generation
The Government’s Energy Review is due out later this summer and already critics are attacking its expected recommendation – to build new nuclear plant. Instead, many are proposing a programme of decentralised generation. In this comment, Malcolm Keay asks whether this is a sensible way of framing the debate and what the evidence is on the impact of decentralised energy.
Country and Regional Studies , Electricity , Energy and the Environment , Energy Policy
Climate Change Policy , Decentralised Power , Emissions Reductions , Government Energy Policy , Liberalised Markets , Nuclear Power Plant , Power Generation , Renewable Energy Sources , United Kingdom