Rishi Sunak has opened his red box – but what does the energy industry think?
Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak said ‘a real commitment to green growth’ is needed to build a strong, fair and resilient future economy
Government-backed green bonds will reportedly allow savers to fund projects that are in line with the ‘build back better’ campaign
The new offering from Good Energy promises cheaper rates at certain periods during the day, while the national electricity grid is greener
Part of the funds will be spent on insulation upgrades, solar panels, energy-efficient street lighting and EV charging points
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has confirmed a £3 billion green jobs plan to save money, cut carbon and boost employment in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic – but what do businesses think?
In his much-awaited Summer Statement, which serves as a recovery plan for the UK economy, the Chancellor outlined how he planned to tackle ‘profound economic challenges’ with a ‘historic investment in infrastructure’
As part of the rumoured scheme, households will be given vouchers to pay for energy efficiency upgrades, which could save an estimated £600 every year on energy bills
A brand new policy blog from British Gas explores the Chancellor’s new measures.
A group of protesters dressed in black suits, top hats and tails reacted to the 2020 Budget, announced on Wednesday 11 March by Rishi Sunak, Chancellor of the Exchequer