Without immediate action from the government to clarify policies and introduce stricter regulation more urgently, the UK will miss its 2050 net zero goal, utility E.ON has warned.
Green Alliance’s latest net zero policy tracker shows the UK “risks complacency” as it finds emissions will be nearly 40% higher in 2030 than needed to hit decarbonisation targets.
There have been 5,804 installations of green technology to date under the Green Homes Grant, with 906 of these being low carbon heating.
A UK reduction in territorial emissions of at least 68% as part of its nationally determined contribution (NDC) has been recommended by the Committee on Climate Change (CCC).
Nine out of ten energy professionals say the UK is currently off-track to reach net zero by 2050.
The UK needs significantly more onshore wind power if it is going to meet the legally bind net zero by 2050 goal, according to new research by RenewableUK.