Energy policies cannot wait

Baker, John; Gibson, Jane
May 2007
ICIS Chemical Business;5/28/2007, Vol. 2 Issue 68, p5
Trade Publication
The author discusses the energy policy of the British government. The government's energy white paper gives an insight into the thinking behind the hard decisions that have to be made quickly to cut carbon dioxide emissions and renew energy infrastructure. It wants to triple the amount of electricity coming from renewable sources by 2015, and to lead the development of large-scale carbon capture and storage projects.


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