Visibility issues at the boundary point led to the P375 Balancing and Settlement Code (BSC) modification P375 being raised last year, with administrator Elexon looking to go "one step beyond" previous modifications to allow individual asset meters to be used for settlement purposes.
ScottishPower and Good Energy are calling for regulatory reforms to close what they have labelled as “loopholes” in the energy retail market that allow for greenwashing.
The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has criticised a “lack of leadership and coordination” from HMRC and the Treasury in targeting environmental action.
A collection of energy suppliers have commissioned a report from consultancy Public First to tackle what they described as unfairness in the energy market for customers wanting cleaner heating.
The latest Green Homes Grant statistics to come from the government show that less than a sixth of the initial projected 600,000 homes will receive vouchers.
The Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) has warned that "actions speak louder than words" following the early closure of the Green Homes Grant.
Investment in green jobs could allow them to replace all those lost due to the COVID-19 pandemic in two years, according to research from Green New Deal UK.
Ofgem has given the green light to rolling out half-hourly settlement across the retail electricity market in Britain.
Whilst a mix of government and private funding is required to fuel transport decarbonisation, policymakers should be careful not to over-regulate.