Aug 17th 2012
ETI calls for low-carbon technology focus
The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI), a public private partnership set up to demonstrate low-carbon technologies, has welcomed the publication of three reports exploring the potential of a series of low-carbon technologies. Published by the Department of Energy and Climate Change on Thursday 16 August, the reports examined the key benefits and challenges faced in developing carbon capture and storage, marine energy, and electricity networks and storage. ETI director of strategy Andrew Haslett said tackling the challenges of affordability, sustainability, and security depended on a "pragmatic" approach to energy technologies. He added it was important to focus on what would be practical, which meant finding solutions that work "for both end users and investors".
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