Greg Clark MP, UK Shadow Secretary of State for Energy & Climate Change

Greg Clark, UK Shadow Secretary of State for Energy & Climate Change, talks to Policy Network about the politics of climate change. He was talking at the conference organised by Policy Network at the London School of Economics, on the 5th of June 2009.

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2 responses to “Greg Clark MP, UK Shadow Secretary of State for Energy & Climate Change

  1. Whether or not there is climate change, we can see that the teeming million in China and India will be seeking our energy-rich lifestyles, and bidding up the price of fossil fuels. We already import 80% of our gas, and 70% of our coal burn – Polish is cheaper, apparently.

    The new subsidy-free EPRs, which several companies want to build here will produce 1,440 million KWh per tonne of uranium, and they can burn the “waste” from our Magnox reactors which extracted only 960 million KWh/tonne. That “waste” can provide 60% of our electricity requirements until 2060, said Sir David King, previously Govt Chief scientist.

    Subsidised Wind? Google bmreports, General, Electricity data summary, and scroll down to Wind power out turn. It only shows Sotland so far, but watch it over the next few days.

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