In the first Oral Questions session for the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) this year, talk quickly turned to net zero, electric vehicles (EV) and clean job growth opportunities.
Capacity providers have received £1 billion in deferred Capacity Market (CM) payments, the Electricity Settlements Company (ESC) has said.
The government is looking into making information on all public chargepoints openly available in a standard format for the first time, it says.
Transport minister George Freeman has confirmed the Department for Transport's (DfT) intent to consult on the ICE ban date, stating he would like to be able to bring "tangible" measures to COP26.
Transport electrification could very easily “fall into the trap of being siloed”, said Philip New, chair of the Electric Vehicle Energy Taskforce.
Government ‘falling short’ on delivering renewable capacity following subsidy removals, says RenewableUK
RenewableUK has warned that the UK government’s current approach to onshore wind is “falling short”, as new statistics show continued drop in projects.
The Electric Vehicle Energy Taskforce has issued its proposals for enabling the transition to e-mobility, including making smart charging a default and opening up flexibility services to EVs.
New research by the New Economics Foundation (NEF) has found that in the UK government could help avoid a recession by investing 2-3% of GDP in green projects, such as renewables.
Ofgem is consulting on issuing nine suppliers final orders, which could lead to revocation of their licenses, for not joining the Data Communications Company (DCC).