Energy efficiency measures could deliver rapid cut to UK gas burn, says think-tank

Published 14:54 on March 16, 2022  /  Last updated at 14:54 on March 16, 2022  /  EMEA, EU ETS, UK ETS  /  No Comments

The UK could reduce its projected gas burn by 25 TWh this year and slash its Russian gas imports by 80% if it swiftly rolled out nine energy efficiency measures, a climate think-tank proposed on Wednesday, moves that would also significantly cut UK carbon allowance (UKA) demand.

The UK could reduce its projected gas burn by 25 TWh this year and slash its Russian gas imports by 80% if it swiftly rolled out nine energy efficiency measures, a climate think-tank proposed on Wednesday, moves that would also significantly cut UK carbon allowance (UKA) demand.

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