Shale, nuclear are big winners in energy policy

August 2013
ENDS (Environmental Data Services);Aug2013, Issue 462, p6
The article discusses energy policy announcements made by the British government as of August 2013. The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) relayed a British Geological Survey (BGS) report concerning the Bowland Shale exploration in addition to the level of subsidy for renewable energy projects. The DECC is also considering the use of imported electricity to address renewable energy concerns of the country. The increase in Green Investment Bank's budget is also noted.


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