Gas is unlikely to be a cost-effective route to decarbonisation, research reveals

Madeleine Cuff
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Gas is unlikely to be a cost-effective route to decarbonisation, research reveals

Without carbon capture and storage gas will only be a 'stop gap' rather than a stable bridge to a low-carbon future, argues new UKERC study

Since the general election in May last year government ministers have made countless pronouncements on the crucial role gas will play in helping the UK transition to a low-carbon future. This faith in...

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