Monday, January 07, 2008

Coal power plant in UK moves ahead in planning process.

A new coal fired power plant in Kent, England has just been given the go ahead by local planning authorities. This will not be the end of matters, expect this decision to be made by a government minister. This is a high stakes decision, not just because of the emissions from one coal power plant, but because of the signal that such a permission would give, namely that the single most carbon intensive technology in the world is still OK in the UK.

  • All Climate Change Action posts on coal are here.
  • Posts on the controversial but significant area of carbon capture and storage are here.

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