Prorogation of Parliament causes environmental and trade bills to be dropped

The Renewable Energy Association said the move was ‘another blow for the renewable and clean technology industry’

House of Commons passes net zero carbon emissions bill

The draft order would amend the 2050 greenhouse gas emissions reduction target in the Climate Change Act from at least 80% to 100%

Largely naked climate protesters disrupt Commons Brexit debate

The activists from Extinction Rebellion stripped off and glued their hands to surfaces in the public gallery

Brexit – Possible outcomes and their impact on the energy markets

UK politics has been thrown into crisis recently, following continued Parliamentary deadlock over Brexit.

Green light for Electric Vehicles Bill in Parliament

Government will be granted new powers to kick-start the rollout of EV chargers across the UK

Energy price cap to become law this winter

It has passed through Parliament and is expected to protect millions of consumers from increases in tariffs

UK to ratify international agreement to reduce air pollution

The amended Gothenburg Protocol sets ambitious international targets, including new national emission reduction commitments to be met by 2020 and beyond

UK Parliament crackdown on plastic waste

A 25p charge will be added to hot drinks served in single-use cups as part of a trial

New combustion plant emissions controls passed by Parliament

Restrictions on air pollution from combustion plants and generators have been passed by Parliament this week. Unregulated medium sized combustion plants (MCPs) and generators, commonly used to heat hospitals, hotels, offices, prisons and other large buildings as well as power some industries, are currently a significant source of pollution. The new rules are expected to […]

Parliamentary pensions come under divestment pressure

Parliamentary support for divestment grows as 50 MPs call for a fossil free pension fund. In recent weeks, representatives from the UK’s major political parties have demanded the £612 million Parliamentary Contributory Pension Fund (PCPF) “uphold its fiduciary duty and take the financial risks of climate change seriously” by disclosing and limiting its investments in fossil fuels. The Divestment group Fossil […]