Lord Oxburgh Advises On Energy Policy
By Paul Homewood
We hear that Lord Oxburgh was on BBC Radio 4 today discussing the long awaited Energy Bill, due out today. He tells us that :-
“the future of UK energy should include a mix of nuclear, wind and gas, but in order for it to be low carbon with fossil fuels it would need carbon capture and storage. “
Since he is honorary president of the Carbon Capture and Storage Association, chairman of Falck Renewables, a wind energy firm, and an advisor to Climate Change Capital, a private investment fund, I have no doubt he knows such matters inside out.
Could he , however, be the same Lord Oxburgh who was chairman of the
corrupt independent whitewash inquiry into the dodgy virtuous behaviour of a group of guilty as hell much maligned rent seekers scientists at the heart of the climategate scandal?
Surely the University of East Anglia would not have appointed someone so biased? Must be a coincidence.