Gas has limited role as bridge fuel without CCS

The government’s intention to rely more on lower carbon gas for energy supply will breach the UK’s carbon budgets beyond the 2020s say researchers

by Paul Hatchwell
Generation from Pembroke and other new gas fired capacity faces serious curtailment by 2030 without CCS. Photograph: RWE Generation
Generation from Pembroke and other new gas fired capacity faces serious curtailment by 2030 without CCS. Photograph: RWE Generation

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