Labour leader Keir Starmer has called for rapid action to create new green employment after new figures reveal that more than 75,000 green jobs were lost from the UK economy in five years.
The independent Green Jobs Taskforce has issued a call to action to support the ambition to create two million skilled jobs by 2030.
The UK has released the Presidency programme for the upcoming COP26 summit in Glasgow, with a day dedicated to energy.
The UK government has brought forward the ban on the use of unabated coal by a year, so that from 1 October 2024, Britain will no longer use coal within its energy system.
The UK’s decarbonisation success could provide the world with a replicable blueprint, a new report from SSE and KPMG has argued, although there is still more work to do at home.
COP26 president-designate and ex-energy secretary Alok Sharma has called for an end of international coal finance in a speech marking six months till the international climate conference.
SP Energy Networks is to pilot new switchgear technology developed by Siemens that has the potential to reduce the volume of greenhouse gas used at its substations.
The Government still has “no plan” for achieving net zero by 2050, the Public Accounts Committee has said in a new report.
ENA’s head of Open Networks Farina Farrier explores how the association is driving forward change that will improve transparency, boost new flexibility markets, and secure the supply of clean, low-carbon energy.