The Labour Party would begin to nationalise energy companies within 100 days of taking office if it isto win Thursday’s General Election.
The leaders of five of the UK’s political parties went head to head last Thursday, in the UK's first ever climate debate.
The differing net zero policies, how to achieve them and the electric vehicle (EV) rollout took centre stage at a debate between members of the Green, Labour, Conservative and Liberal Democrat parties last night.
At a ceremony in Birmingham this morning, the Labour Party launched its “manifesto for hope” including its plan for a “green transformation".
With government officially breaking up in the early hours yesterday, the political campaigns are getting underway in the run up to the 12 December election. But what exactly do we know about the role of energy in the campaigns?
Labour's renationalisation plans could cost the UK a colossal £196 billion, according to new research by CBI.
‘Considerable challenge’ of meeting Labour 2030 net zero target would need ‘rapid’ clean tech ramp-up
The UK could adopt the most ambitious net zero target of any established economy as the Labour Party agrees on a target of 2030, but meeting such a target would be a "considerable challenge" the clean energy sector has warned.
A Labour government would take the UK’s offshore wind capacity to 52GW within the next 10 years and invest billions in EV charging infrastructure, the party has said.
Labour’s plans to renationalise the UK’s energy networks would place at serious risk the country’s hopes of meeting its legally-binding net zero target, a new report has said.