博客 Blog

Power industry urges Britain to develop wave power

Britain could produce enough electricity to supply nearly two million homes using marine power technology which harnesses energy from waves and tidal streams, the power industry said on Thursday.
A report by the British Wind Energy Association and npower, one of the country's biggest energy suppliers, said marine power could provide 2.1 percent of the UK's current power demand by 2020.

But Thursday's report highlighted significant barriers to developing marine power, including financing, access to power grids and getting planning permission.

Full story

Now more than ever…

chinadialogue is at the heart of the battle for truth on climate change and its challenges at this critical time.

Our readers are valued by us and now, for the first time, we are asking for your support to help maintain the rigorous, honest reporting and analysis on climate change that you value in a 'post-truth' era.

Support chinadialogue

发表评论 Post a comment

评论通过管理员审核后翻译成中文或英文。 最大字符 1200。

Comments are translated into either Chinese or English after being moderated. Maximum characters 1200.

评论 comments