UK electricity market reforms are only marginal, and "must be more ambitious".

So says the Chair of the Commons select committee on energy an climate change, Tim Yeo. Fundamental reform is needed. A one-size-fits all approach favours nuclear. Solar and wind will need different support mechanisms. The maximum CO2 per kWh by 2030 must be 50g per kilowatt of power. (Coal is 900, gas 400-640, nuclear “can be as low as 19”).