I agree. That is something for the future that applies to the whole power sector—we need a series of stable policy bases on which to proceed with future power provision.
Finally, given the well-known interest of Nigel Adams in biomass, and his leadership of the all-party parliamentary group on biomass, he must be aware that Rugeley B was scheduled to be converted to biomass in 2012, but that the company that took over the power station decided to pull the idea. Perhaps a reopening of that interest might be appropriate, although he must also be aware of the question about contracts for difference and how they may or may not come to the aid of biomass in future, given the budgets available.
In conclusion, I encourage the hon. Lady in her pursuit of alternative uses for the Rugeley B site. If it can be given new life in a different form, that would indeed be a good outcome for the power station.