Consultation outcome

The role of gas in the electricity market

This consultation has concluded

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Role of gas: call for evidence - summary of responses

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Detail of outcome

Responses from stakeholders, including generators, representative bodies, trade associations, suppliers, NGOs, technology providers and gas producers.

Original consultation

This consultation ran from 2 May 2012 12:00am to
28 June 2012 11:45pm

Summary

Call for evidence to help inform Gas Generation Strategy.

Documents

Call for evidence: role of gas in the electricity market

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Consultation description

The Secretary of State for Energy & Climate Change and the Chancellor announced plans on 17 March to publish a Gas Generation Strategy in the Autumn.

The strategy will focus on the role of gas in the electricity market, and its aim is to attract investment in gas generation by overcoming any barriers, ensure energy security, meet the UK’s carbon reduction targets, and make the best use of the nation’s natural resources.

The call for evidence will be used to help inform the Gas Generation Strategy.

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