It’s OK ‘says ex-National Grid boss’. Well, let’s hear that from the current boss, and if it turns out he’s wrong he can be the next ex-boss.
By Paul Homewood
Roger Harrabin, who is apparently now an energy analyst as well as an environmental one, writes:
The UK has enough energy capacity to meet demand – even on the coldest days when demand is highest, says Steve Holliday, the man who ran National Grid for a decade.
He said news stories raising fears about blackouts should stop.
His optimism is based on the government’s latest auction of capacity for power generation, which starts later today.
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