- The carbon offset market revealed as “junk”
- The oil must flow
- Nuclear energy is too intermittent for renewable fanatics
The politicisation of our energy system is becoming quite a spectacle. A good reminder that the government makes a mess of any industry it gets involved in. But we have let it take over perhaps our most important one.
The results you’d expect are popping up…
The Guardian has revealed that the carbon offset market is “junk”.
The government is getting lambasted for a decision to develop a massive oil field that is clearly in contravention of its supposed energy transition goals.
And nuclear power is getting blamed for being intermittent.
Find out what’s really behind this theatre of the absurd, and what it means for you, from our Investment Director, John Butler…
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