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.

By: Malcolm Keay

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