George Day joined the ETI in November 2011 to lead work on the policy and economics of low carbon energy technologies. He has over 20 years of international experience as a policy economist in the water, energy and agricultural sectors. Before joining ETI he was a director at Ofwat the water sector regulator.
Enabling UK Biomass
Many future scenarios for the UK energy system suggest that bioenergy could play a crucial role in meeting our green house gas emission reduction targets by 2050. But while using biomass for energy is commonplace in many countries, the availability and sustainability of biomass feedstocks is also often seen as controversial or difficult.