Martock, UK

#1 May 16, 2013
Do you think converting our current gas / coal fired plant to biomass
technology is a good idea – i.e. by way of an example; Drax’s current conversion
programme? Or do you feel this approach is not sustainable or perhaps a drain on the
tax payer in terms of the public subsidies that shall be required? Do you think the UK is on target to meet its energy emissions target of
producing 30 per cent of renewables (excluding nuclear) energy in terms of the total
country’s energy production? If not, why?Have you reviewed the Heat Roadmap Europe 2050 study? Do you think District
Heating schemes will generate local jobs? Do you believe DHS will reduce emissions? What are you thoughts on the study?

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