Webinar: Blackouts, Batteries and Brexit: A Review of the Energy Landscape in 2019

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UK fares poorly in power system flexibility rankings

A new report published by the Association for Renewable Energy & Clean Technology says this risks delaying the transition to a greener future energy system

Italy to become first nation to make climate change part of the national curriculum

Italy’s Education Minister Lorenzo Fioramonti told Reuters the move would put Italy at the forefront of environmental education worldwide

Kwasi Kwarteng: Labour’s green promises ‘aren’t credible’

The Energy Minister was the headline speaker for this year’s Energy Live Expo at the QEII Centre in Westminster

Energy UK sets out policy proposals for next government

The organisation says the policies are needed if the country is to meet its 2050 net zero target at the lowest cost to consumers

Climate policies ‘could determine the UK’s next election’

That’s the suggestion from environmental lawyers ClientEarth, which has polled 2,0001 adults from across the UK about their feelings on climate change action

Scottish Government ‘should invest at least £500m every year to decarbonise’

WWF Scotland and Vivid Economics say fossil fuel heating must be phased out if the country is to successfully end its contribution to climate change by 2045

Mayors call for more powers to tackle environmental emergencies

Labour Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan and Conservative Mayor of the West Midlands, Andy Street have said the government must do more to go green and empower local regions to do the same

Government to table landmark Environmental Bill

The bill introduces a raft of measures to improve air and water quality, tackle plastic pollution and restore natural habitats

Brexit uncertainty ‘is delaying hundreds of innovative energy projects’

Schneider Electric found almost a third of businesses say they have delayed projects in the last year as a result of political upheaval