Minister says gas use may still be 25% of current level in 2050

The UK could still be using as much as a quarter of the gas that it does today in 2050, a junior energy minister has said. Lord Callanan made his remark as the House of Lords approved new regulations allowing power stations retrofitted with carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology to be eligible for Contracts for Difference-style arrangements.

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