A Citizens’ Assembly on climate change and achieving net zero has been announced by six of the government's select committees.
Over 50,000 smart meters will need to be installed every day to meet 2020 targets, says Cornwall Insight, as Ofgem discusses the challenges facing suppliers.
The government has issued a deadline of 31 December 2019 for suppliers to provide an export tariff for solar generators.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has refuted claims that jobs in the UK's renewable energy sector have fallen by a third since 2015.
The UK government is prepared to use historic over-performance in emissions reductions to meet future targets, reports have suggested, in a move which is likely to attract considerable criticism.
Domestic smart meter installations continued to falter in Q1 2019, rendering the government’s 2020 deadline ‘unfeasible’.
The government is eyeing a late-2019 deadline for qualifying energy suppliers to have solar export tariffs up and running.
The government has made the first steps towards designing and implementing its own emissions trading scheme (ETS), paving the way for carbon pricing aligned to that of the European Union to continue post-Brexit.
The Committee on Climate Change’s net zero report issues a ‘put up or shut up’ moment for Westminster, with pressure to comply ratcheting up. Liam Stoker looks at why the report is far from a run of the mill recommendation.