The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) is aiming to have the long-awaited energy white paper out in spring, it confirmed today.
Baroness Bloomberg recently reasserted that the long awaited Energy White Paper is due at the end of Q1 this year, but what should be included in it? Current± spoke to industry bodies, charities and political groups to find out what they want to see included.
Engineering firm Burns & McDonnell's business development director Jeff Casey calls for "more flexible, agile and adaptable" regulation and new pricing models in the upcoming White Paper, to facilitate the EV rollout.
The long-awaited energy white paper is due to be published in “a matter of weeks”, according to junior energy minister Lord Duncan.
There are a number of important things to keep an eye out for in 2020, including the energy white paper, the results of the National Grid Electricity System Operator (ESO) review, how businesses approach RIIO-2 and tax changes for electric vehicles (EVs).
Liam Stoker reflects on another turbulent week in British politics, one that actually saw some semblance of movement on the green agenda.