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 policy and legislative gridlock created by Brexit is at risk of costing the UK a leading position in the global electric vehicle market, Peter Kyle MP has said.
A hard Brexit that sees Great Britain fall out of the Internal Energy Market (IEM) could cost consumers as much as £270 million a year, a new report from the UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC) has claimed.
The government could be making decisions on the future of UK energy without considering their potential to impact consumer bills, according to a House of Lords select committee.
Energy sector calls for 'comprehensive relationship' on energy trading and climate policy post-Brexit
Continued cooperation on energy trading and climate policy should be included in any final Brexit deal between the UK and the European Union, according to trade bodies from both sides of the channel.
Yesterday’s budget has received a largely mixed response, with the government’s commitment to a provisional carbon price in the result of a no-deal Brexit unable to offset those miffed at a lack of concrete low carbon commitments. Here’s what the UK’s clean sectors have had to say.
The government has said it would put a carbon emissions tax in place to replace the EU Emissions Trading Scheme in the result of a no-deal Brexit, but renewables have been omitted from yet another Budget.
Brexit will put technological investment, Ireland’s single electricity market and Europe's low carbon transition itself at risk according to a group of heavyweight investors, trade associations and private businesses.
Flexibility providers with units as small as 1MW will be able to access the Balancing Mechanism (BM) by April next year under proposals published by National Grid which will also allow aggregators to play in the market.