DATA: POWER PROJECT MONITOR
INTERVIEW: Alan Whitehead MP
There is a “Bit of a vested interest in everyone being convinced the lights will go out tomorrow and we can only get over it by having this capacity mechanism.”
“Hinkley Point was going to come on line in 2018 and there would be one new reactor every 9 months. That was always nonsense and is clearly nonsense now”
ANALYSIS: Janet Wood looks at the pros and cons of changes to the Carbon Price Floor
“Perhaps the biggest threat to the effectiveness of the price floor is whether investors will trust successive governments not to change the targeted carbon price trajectory.”
REPORT: How does wind turbine performance deteriorate over time?
FEATURE: Scottish independence: examining the energy issues
This and much more in this month’s New Power.
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