The Committee on Climate Change (CCC) has issued a call to HM Treasury to ensure the costs of reaching net zero are distributed evenly, revealing it will publish its advice on the sixth carbon budget earlier than expected.
Secretary of state for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Andrea Leadsom, spoke to the BEIS Committee on the 15 October, highlighting that the departments “number one priority” is meeting the UK's net zero goal.
ENA discusses Open Networks adaptation to build on ‘relentless focus on innovation, delivery and net zero’
The Energy Networks Association (ENA) has lauded the “relentless focus on innovation, delivery and net zero” its Open Networks project has, declaring it vital to new emissions reductions targets.
The Conservative Party has pledged a suite of new policies comprising a ‘net zero package’ which it said would put “21st Century Conservativism” at the heart of the government’s green agenda.
Ofgem has been accused of “passing the buck” over the financial repercussions of its Targeted Charging Review (TCR).
The power sector must focus on collaborating and dedicate less time lobbying against each other if the industry is to deliver towards the UK’s net zero targets.
Tempus confirmed that it had today (5 September 2019) lodged evidence with the European Commission to substantiate its claim that the Capacity Market unfairly discriminates against clean energy projects.
Distribution network operators and the decisions they made to disconnect end users will be investigated as part of an inquiry into last week’s blackout, the government has confirmed.
The government is to launch a formal investigation into last week’s power cut which left nearly 1 million customers without power.