Labour’s green investment plan slashed

Sir Keir Starmer has announced a reduction in the Green Prosperity Plan budget, slashing it from £28 billion annually to less than £15 billion

Tata Steel confirms closure of two blast furnaces at Port Talbot

Up to 2,800 potential job losses are anticipated, with approximately 2,500 roles expected to be impacted in the next 18 months

“Net zero is not an obligation to be managed but an opportunity to be seized”

Shadow Secretary of State for Climate Change and Net Zero, Ed Miliband said that tackling climate change will improve cost of living crisis at Energy UK conference

Grant Shapps demands Labour pays for Just Stop Oil’s damage to Energy Security Department

The Energy Security Secretary has called on Labour Party leader Keir Starmer to cover the expenses for the “criminal damage” caused by Just Stop Oil activists

Energy industry weighs in on Keir Starmer’s energy plan

Keir Starmer’s announcement of measures to transform the UK’s energy system and drive progress towards net zero has garnered positive reactions from industry leaders

Labour pledges to cut red tape and accelerate green energy projects

The Labour Party has unveiled plans to streamline construction of onshore wind farms and nuclear power plants

Labour dilutes £28bn green projects pledge, citing fiscal responsibility

Labour has revised its commitment to invest £28 billion annually in green industries, postponing the full implementation until after 2027 due to economic concerns

Labour’s ‘North Sea drilling ban’ sparks energy security debate

Critics argue Labour’s plan risks dependence on foreign fossil fuel sources

Keir Starmer urged to reconsider energy company nationalisation

An investigation reveals that bringing energy into public ownership could end energy company profiteering, resulting in potential savings of £45 billion for billpayers

Keir Starmer: ‘My government will cut energy bills by up to £500’

Labour has committed to providing extra insulation to 19m of the UK’s coldest homes if brought into power at the next election