Budget 2020 – greener than it first appears?

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.

What does the budget mean for the battery business?

Watch the full interview with Kevin Brundish, CEO and Founder of AMTE Power, to find out

Budget announcement ‘shows support is growing for EVs and drive towards net zero’

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

Budget 2020: Industry responds

The energy sector has responded to the Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak’s Budget announcement – but what did it think?

Budget 2020: Spending plans on climate, transport, CCS and environment revealed

Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak has promised the Conservative Party will “get things done” and “deliver on promises made to the people”

Scottish Budget announces £1.8bn of investment in low carbon infrastructure

The announcement comes as part of a raft of new funding to accelerate the country’s progress towards its goal of reaching net zero in 2045

EU to set aside large portion of 2020 budget for climate change

Around 21% of the overall budget will be invested in climate-related projects

TESS 2019: Driving your business towards a green energy future

Thomas Lyman Smith from Ørsted will be discussing that and much more at The Energy Solutions Show in Birmingham this Wednesday

UK ‘must introduce an economy-wide carbon tax’

Policy Exchange suggests the Budget announcement is an ideal opportunity to announce such a move

Trump budget proposes renewable cuts and coal boosts

US President Donald Trump’s has proposed to increase funding for coal while reducing the money available to support schemes for nuclear energy and clean power. Under his latest budget proposal, he would offer $502 million (£361m) for fossil energy research and development, an increase of $81 million (£58m) on the year before, which the President […]