The Alice in Wonderland economics of nuclear power.
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Politicians on all sides want to devolve power to the cities to boost economic growth. Energy should be central to this new agenda.
The new energy minister calls shale “the holy grail” of energy policy. He’s probably right. It’s a mythical object that no-one’s found, and over time just has increasing comedy-value.
There might not be any red tape for Boris Johnson to cut, but securing London’s energy security matters
Faced with the prospect of a capacity crunch in energy supplies, the Mayor is content to sit back and write another column attacking renewables.
In advance of a Left Foot Forward event on green growth, Professor Paul Ekins outlines the path to a flourishing green economy.
Tweet By Hannah Martin and Graham Thompson from No Dash For Gas This week in Sussex, we’ve been reclaiming the power. At our six-day camp, we’ve shared skills, discussed complex environmental and social issues and crucially, taken direct action by shutting down the Cuadrilla shale oil drilling site in Balcombe. Part of our campaign involved […]