Brexit ‘can prove a catalyst for decarbonisation and driving EV adoption’

That’s the suggestion from George Freeman MP, Minister of State at the Department for Transport, who spoke at the release of a new report published by the Electric Vehicle Energy Taskforce

Boris Johnson pledges to make Britain ‘cleanest, greenest country on Earth’

The Conservative Party secured the biggest majority since the 1980s at this year’s general election

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Webinar: Blackouts, Batteries and Brexit: A Review of the Energy Landscape in 2019

This webinar will be brought to you live tomorrow from 11:00 AM on December 10th.

Webinar: Blackouts, Batteries and Brexit: A Review of the Energy Landscape in 2019

This webinar will be brought to you live from 11:00 AM on December 10th.

Good News on Gas?

Every winter the term ‘security of supply’ comes to the fore. Sensationalist headlines start to appear questioning whether we will ‘keep the lights on’ or face ‘blackouts this winter’.

Environment Bill moves a step closer to becoming law

The Bill aims to tackle the biggest environmental priorities and now progresses to the Committee stage for further scrutiny

Brexit uncertainty ‘is delaying hundreds of innovative energy projects’

Schneider Electric found almost a third of businesses say they have delayed projects in the last year as a result of political upheaval

Government adjusts temporary tariffs on HGVs and biofuels

The update will affect the UK’s temporary tariff regime if it leaves the EU without a deal

Carbon pricing after Brexit – what might it mean for UK energy users?

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) is planning for the future of carbon pricing in a no-deal Brexit.

Climate change
Could Brexit derail European climate efforts?

New research published by the University of Sheffield warns the UK leaving the EU could do just that