Connections key to CO2 goals

April 2010
Utility Week;4/16/2010, Vol. 32 Issue 13, p12
Trade Publication
This section offers news briefs on public utilities and the energy industry in Great Britain. A report from the British Department of Energy and Climate Change covered the link between meeting carbon emissions targets and transmission access reform. Based on estimates, roughly 195 billion British pounds of investment in the country is planned. Statistics suggest that biomass represents the largest renewable energy source in the European Union.


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