Energy, Policy and Regulation, UK

UK to expand decarbonisation requirements for combustion power plants

UK: decarbonisation requirements extended to all sizes of combustion power plants (Photo: Getty Images)

The UK government plans to remove the 300MW threshold to include smaller plants, extending "decarbonisation readiness" requirement to all but the specifically exempt. The UK government has rebranded a pillar of its carbon capture strategy, and increased the scope of rules designed to accelerate the decarbonisation of the electricity network. ...

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