The 2021 Budget established how the Conservative Party will work to drive a sustainable and business-focused recovery in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic
Rishi Sunak has opened his red box – but what does the energy industry think?
Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak said ‘a real commitment to green growth’ is needed to build a strong, fair and resilient future economy
Government-backed green bonds will reportedly allow savers to fund projects that are in line with the ‘build back better’ campaign
The investment includes the delivery of a £1.6 billion heat and energy efficiency upgrade programme
The Budget on 11 March 2020 was overshadowed by the coronavirus crisis so the important energy and climate related announcements it contained have not had as much publicity as they deserve.
Watch the full interview with Kevin Brundish, CEO and Founder of AMTE Power, to find out
That’s the suggestion from Kevin Brundish, CEO and Founder of AMTE Power, who spoke to ELN shortly after the speech from Chancellor Rishi Sunak
The energy sector has responded to the Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak’s Budget announcement – but what did it think?
Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak has promised the Conservative Party will “get things done” and “deliver on promises made to the people”