Huhne: the lights will stay on

Milne, Roger
July 2010
Utility Week;7/9/2010, Vol. 32 Issue 24, p13
Trade Publication
The article probes into Great Britain's energy and climate change agenda. According to energy secretary Chris Huhne, there were plans for greater gas storage in order to provide increased supply security. Climate change minister Greg Barker mentioned concerns about the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI), which was also part of current government review of spending.


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