Natural gas is not a ‘bridge fuel’, as claimed, but an expensive dead-end on the pathway to decarbonising transport. Similar to biofuels and diesel, it needs significant support (including subsidies or tax breaks) to survive. The evidence shows such support is not justifiable and is better spent on long-term solutions: fuel efficient, electricity-powered and shared transport.
Published 06/07/2016 by Ricardo Energy & Environment
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