Thursday, 16 July 2009

Low carbon way 'to reshape lives' in UK

Ambitious plans to generate one third of UK electricity from renewables by 2020 form the centrepiece of government plans for a low carbon future.
Financial packages for wind and wave energy and changes to planning procedures are among key components of the Low Carbon Transition Plan.
"Smart" meters are to be deployed in 26 million homes by 2020. The government says the plan will create up to 400,000 "green jobs" without a major hike in energy prices. Hope Kevin and Penny read the rest of this story from the BBC Science & Environment web site. How about some targets, guys?

And a follow-up commentary on the LCTP containing a useful overview of the plan - introduction of special interest to cyclists!

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