Carbon dioxide emissions
Views sought on future of UK carbon pricing post-Brexit

A joint consultation has been launched by the UK Government and the devolved administrations in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland

Brexit … and your business energy costs

Brexit heralds a new dawn of uncertainty – so what does this mean for your business energy bill?

British Steel seeks £100m from government to pay EU carbon bill

The move has been prompted by Brexit uncertainty

UK signs post-Brexit trade agreement with Iceland and Norway

It includes imported goods such as some fuel and oil products in a no-deal scenario

Brexit: Waste firms urged to review contingency plans in no-deal scenario

Changes to border controls could have an impact on some waste exports if the UK leaves the EU without a deal

Guest Blog: Haydn Young asks what matters now?

Haydn Young founder of the Energy Club asks what matters to energy professionals right now amid the Brexit chaos?

Carbon pricing
UK extends 2018 EU Emissions Trading System compliance deadline

The deadline extension from the 15th of March to the 26th of March will give emitters more time to buy and surrender required carbon units

No-deal Brexit
‘Balancing and Settlement Code needs amending in case of no-deal’

That’s the call from National Grid Energy System Operator (ESO), which says this should be updated as soon as possible

British countryside
UK’s green watchdog ‘must have teeth, for the sake of the environment’

A House of Lords Committee has raised concerns regarding the implementation of the proposed Office for Environmental Protection

Brexit
UK working to establish post-Brexit emissions trading system

Claire Perry said this would come into effect after the end of the EU’s current ETS trading phase at the end of 2020, assuming a deal was reached