Final figures released by the Scottish government show that the country just missed out on reaching its goal of 100% of its energy consumption being from renewables by 2020.
The Net Zero All Party Parliamentary Group (NZ APPG) has warned that effective climate policy can’t “simply depend on just hoping for the best” with the release of a series of recommendations for the government.
Heat pumps and EV chargers pinpointed by National Infrastructure Commission as core issues for climate targets
The rollout of heat pumps, the number of electric vehicle (EV) chargepoints and renewable generation have all been identified as key issues for meeting the challenges posed by climate change.
National Grid ESO is to publish the carbon intensity of its balancing actions for the first time as part of a new electricity system dashboard.
As the COP26 climate conference kicks off, Current± caught up with ESG’s CEO Matthew Hirst to find out what makes the company’s offering unique.
The Climate Change Committee (CCC) has welcomed the ambition of the government’s Net Zero Strategy, but called for further steps to implement policy quickly.
The difficulty of forecasting the costs of decarbonisation has dominated the Treasury’s Net Zero Review, carrying on a theme from the interim review, published last year.
The government has laid out its plans for reaching net zero by 2050, including new EV charging funding, a review of the frequency of Contracts for Difference (CfD) auctions and green finance and innovation commitments.
The UK has set a new 2035 target for fully decarbonising the electricity system following a tumultuous period for the sector.