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From time to time, DimWatt responds to consultations by government and others. Submissions relating to this campaign are posted here.



Denmark restarts mothballed power stations
Written by Hugh Sharman   
Friday, 10 December 2010

Power demand in the UK last went over 60 GW during 2005 when the UK was still an exporter of gas - so watch out for what happens to gas supplies if this "global warming" weather continues much longer.

As a matter of interest, cold winters seem to coming with increasing frequency. Indeed, there is "cold weather chaos" all over Europe. 

Here in our corner of Europe, Europe's wind battery, Norway, is running out of water.

 

 
The Economist - Dark days ahead - the looming energy crunch
Written by Hugh Sharman   
Monday, 25 January 2010
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In the summer of 2009, the Economist wrote a major article describing what is likely to happen if no urgent remedial action is taken very soon.  We at DimWatt were astonished by the way its analysis and conclusions seem to have been ignored by all the most important politicians.  You can download a copy at

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OFGEM's Discovery Project foresees sees serious energy problems for UK in the near future
Written by Hugh Sharman   
Sunday, 24 January 2010
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Press Release

R/39
Friday 9 October 2009

OFGEM PUBLISHES A COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW OF BRITAIN’S ENERGY SUPPLIES

Project Discovery is Ofgem’s most comprehensive review of Britain’s energy supplies
Today’s initial report outlines the challenges for Britain’s energy industry

 

 
Going Black or Breaking the Rules
Written by Hugh Sharman   
Tuesday, 12 January 2010
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This article by Hugh Sharman and John Constable appeared in Petroleum Review, January 2009. We believe that this was the first time that the suggestion of keeping the CEGB era stations from being closed down, was made

 

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