Look at storage technology to secure energy supply

As the government commits the UK to buying expensive electricity from an outdated nuclear plant for 35 years, new renewable solutions could offer much better alternatives

Martin Wright, chairman, Renewable Energy AssociationSo it has happened. Hinkley Point C has been given the go-ahead; or rather an expensive 60-year old technology has been given the go-ahead. In truth, whatever the merits of the project, it was inevitable the moment Theresa May stepped off the plane in Beijing. I doubt the discussion got much beyond: “So you want a trade deal...?” It is perhaps the first consequence of Brexit.

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