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 […]
Benito Mueller, Michael Grubb and Lucy Butler examine the past relationships between national carbon dioxide emissions and GDP in order to help inform the current debate regarding emission projections.
The ratification of the Kyoto Protocol in Russia ultimately lies in the hands of President Putin. Will he go down in history as the man who saved the Kyoto Protocol? Benito Muller and Alexander Golub comment on why he should. Click here to read the full article.
Current UK energy policy is adversely affecting investment decisions in the power generation sector. John Bower examines current policy and seeks a pragmatic solution. (published in Platts European Electricity Review 2004)
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