Powering up Britain policy paper
The government has this morning announced policy plans to improve the UK’s energy security, economic opportunities of the transition, and achieve its net zero commitments.
Professor Patricia Thornley director of Aston University’s Energy and Bioproducts Research Institute (EBRI) is available to explain what this is and how it could affect our lives.
Professor Thornley is an expert in the use of power bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (power BECCS).
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Patricia Thornley Director of EBRI, Energy and Bioproducts Research Institute
Patricia Thornley works in assessing the environmental, economic and social imapcts of renewable energy technologies.
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