Comment: Carbon tax offers clear pricing signals to stimulate sustainable waste projects

Government data suggests that energy from waste (EfW) could contribute as much as ten per cent of the UK's future electricity requirement. As a technology that does not suffer from the intermittency of other renewable and low-carbon energy sources such as wind, EfW is increasingly seen as having a vital role to play in contributing to future baseload capacity.

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