Current policy is insufficient for previous emissions targets and must be ramped up if net zero is to be reached, the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) has said.
UK energy codes must adapt to the transition towards a decarbonised, decentralised and digitalised energy system, a new report from Gemserv says.
Electric vehicle (EV) charging projects focusing on wireless charging and solar forecourts are set to receive a share of government funding totalling £37 million.
ULEV uptake targets are 'muddled', according to a report released by The Centre for Research into Energy Demand Solutions (CREDS), detailing the need for reductions in UK energy demand.
The Conservative Environmental Network (CEN) has called for a ‘total modernisation’ of transport, including a government-backed network of ultra rapid chargers.
A Citizens’ Assembly on climate change and achieving net zero has been announced by six of the government's select committees.
Large-scale renewables are the most important factor in decarbonisation of the energy sector, according to a new UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC) report.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has re-committed to plans to ‘lead the way’ in the decarbonisation of transport with a 2030 target for central government fleet electrification. However, the DfT has a rocky history with decarbonisation and a stream of policy decisions that have not always been welcomed by the industry. Alice Grundy explores how the Chris Grayling-led department could restore its reputation.
Transport secretary Chris Grayling has reinforced the pledge to electrify all central government cars by 2030, praising current progress.