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I want to make a short comment on new clause 5. [ Interruption. ] There is so much barracking, Mr Bailey. It is unbelievable.
That is what my wife says. I believe that new clause 5 is incompatible with the Government’s stated objective of affordable decarbonisation. I want to take the opportunity to ask the Minister how the Government are progressing towards their goal of having a truly competitive single pot for each of the contract for difference auctions, and how the Government will try to encourage...
I did not mean to interrupt the hon. Gentleman right in the middle of that point, but earlier he mentioned that his main argument was about cost and in the three contract for difference competitions that will be open, the strike price will be far higher than the cost of nuclear. I believe that the price for offshore wind is about £145 at the moment.
Conservative MP for Daventry
Entered the House of Commons on 6 May 2010 — General election
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Last updated: 14 Dec 2015.
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