issue 123 | june 2020
Drax power station in North Yorkshire, the UK’s largest power plant, has announced it will end all coal-fired power generation by March 2021, well ahead of the UK’s 2025 deadline. We speak to the Drax’s managers to find out more about the plant’s post-coal future.
Also, we see what it takes to green a transport network, examine the UK's lifting of a ban on onshore wind, and take a look at the Dutch model for renewables subisidies.
Finally, we debate the promise of 2019 carbon successes, map significant green projects in the US, hear from an Australian start-up pursuing a new form of fusion, and investigate how close we are to wireless power at true scale.
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