DTI looks to nuclear to plug 'carbon gap'

Sources close to the preparation of the energy White Paper have told ENDS that the Department of Trade and Industry is pushing the case for new nuclear capacity. Energy efficiency and renewables will not guarantee delivery of possible carbon dioxide reduction targets for 2020, officials are arguing. However, serious questions surround the assumptions employed.

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