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Hitachi scraps Wylfa Newydd nuclear plant: Industry responds

The Japanese firm has announced it will shelve the £16 billion plant on Anglesey

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Government unveils ‘Smart Export Guarantee’ proposals

The plans aim to protect consumers while guaranteeing small-scale clean electricity providers would be paid for their excess electricity

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Claire Perry: ‘From power stations to solar panels, the future is local’

An opinion piece from the Energy Minister

Government and Ofgem launch energy codes review

Many rules and practices governing the electricity and gas wholesale and retail markets were designed several decades ago

UK Government doesn’t commit to replacing all EU environment laws

The Environmental Audit Committee has voiced disappointment a firm pledge has not been made

Government won’t make climate-related financial disclosures mandatory

Ministers have refused to listen to the recommendation made by the Environmental Audit Committee

Government ‘must better manage Sellafield decommissioning’

The Public Accounts Committee has warned the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority cannot be complacent

UK Government ‘must do more to protect UK against heatwaves’

That’s according to the EAC, which has criticised the government’s response to its report on heatwaves

UK Government urged to retain carbon pricing post-Brexit

Lawrnce Slade said the carbon price support and the EU Emissions Trading System have ‘really helped’ drive investment in low carbon technologies

Sustainable heat hots up with £320m of government funding

The UK Government plans to offer a series of grants and loans to both the public and private sectors