Energy secretary Greg Clark has triumphantly declared the energy trilemma to be over in a landmark speech which established a new set of principles to steer future development of the energy market.
Energy secretary Greg Clark has said the UK’s “substantial” pipeline of renewable energy projects could offer a replacement to the capacity lost by the scrapping of Toshiba’s plans for a new nuclear power station in Cumbria.
A new network of 200 fast electric vehicle charging points powered by battery storage is among the low emission transport initiatives to be announced by the private sector as part of the country’s first Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Summit.
The economist behind the upcoming energy price cap has been selected by the government to chair Ofgem and take on the ‘seismic change’ underway in the UK energy sector.
The government has seemingly dropped its targets for the contribution of nuclear to the UK’s energy mix, with secretary of state Greg Clark stating there would be enough power if Hinkley Point C were not completed.