Again, there is this totally inappropriate idea of picking an industry, e.g. CCS or Electric Automobiles and then declaring the obscuring aim to become a so-called world market leader instead of doing ones homework, first and foremost; the end result reads as follows:
"If there was a completely unlimited resource then we may have been able to surmount the technical problems at Longannet," Mr Huhne said.
Scottish Power's coal-fired plant at Longannet had been the only remaining site in the UK government competition for the funding.
"However, almost four years after launching its funding competition, plans for CCS in the UK have descended into farce."
"It is vital that this money is not recycled into the Treasury but used for carbon capture and storage projects.
£1,000million pumped carefully into the up-dating and up-grading of the British construction industry, its training and teaching facilities would do more; much more; without inventing the wheel again and without an unlimited resource, Mr Huhne.