Saturday, 29 July 2017

HOW WILL THE GOVERNMENT SOLVE THE PROBLEM OF GAS HEATING?

Another excellent piece by Paul Homewood examines a gaping hole in the government's pointless effort to decarbonise the UK. The only alternatives they have to gas are either electric heating or convert methane to hydrogen. Both are much more expensive than our current use of gas and in the case of electricity, likely to be much less reliable, that is if the huge increase in electricity required can be delivered at all. We are living in a mad era. All self-inflicted and utterly pointless. I would love to know what future historians will make of it all.

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