Monthly Archives: July 2012
Monday’s report on the Pre-Legislative Scrutiny of the Draft Energy Bill didn’t pull it’s punches. There have been hundreds of lines written about the report over the last 24 hours, but here are key points, reactions and other coverage…
Monday’s report by the Energy and Climate Change Committee was just about as damning as it could be. However, most fascinating is the picture it paints of the ongoing conflict between DECC and the Treasury. With a marvelous sense of … Continue reading
No that the dust and hyperbole has settled, it could be a good time to re-examine the outcomes of last month’s Rio environment conference.
In the world of biofuels, we’re always being reminded of the rule of unintended consequences. That is that in trying to make something better, you inadvertently make something else worse. Well, now the humble Smart Meter has fallen into the … Continue reading