The International Energy Agency’s (IEA) World Energy Outlook report released today, warns that even if governments meet their current environmental targets, emissions will continue to rise up until 2040.
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?
A review into Britain’s net zero target is to assess how the government can deliver economic growth and a fair balance of cost as it decarbonises.
The Department for Transport has revealed new statistics showing the local authorities that are the slowest adopters of electric vehicle charging.
As the country braces itself for the general election on the 12 December, Energy UK has released its manifesto to provide policy guidance for the next government.
Energy companies Orsted, SSE and Drax, along with non-profit climate change think-tank Sandbag, have together written to Chancellor of the Exchequer Sajid Javid, urging him to “maintain the UK’s robust approach on carbon pricing".
As Britain looks all but certain to return to the polls for the third time in just over four years, Liam Stoker looks at what chance net zero and the climate emergency has of cutting through Brexit and finding itself as a key issue for the electorate.
Ofgem is “ready to take tough action” on suppliers that fall short of smart meter goals, the regulator’s executive director of consumers and markets, Mary Starks, has said.
Delivery company DPD has ramped up its electric vehicle ambitions, and called on government and manufacturers to take “urgent” action.