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Future scenarios: Zerocarbon Britain by 2027 - through demand cuts, offshore wind and wave power. Richard Hawkins & Arthur Girling. Energy World October 2007, P. 18-20

Among the more radical visions for Britain's energy future published recently is the one produced by the Centre for Alternative Energy (CAT) in Wales. This goes much further than the Government aspiration to cut carbon emissions by 60% by 2050, settling for a zero carbon Britain by 2027. CAT's Richard Hawkins and Arthur Girling summarise the new report.

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