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Solar panels for large buildings can be ‘low cost’
Thursday 1st June 2023
Research by academics has found that installing solar panels on large buildings and car parks would be “relatively low cost”.
Government’s green plans ‘positive but threaten to greenwash its lack of climate action’
Thursday 30th March 2023
Plans to scale up “affordable, clean, homegrown power and build thriving green industries in Britain” have been unveiled by the government.
UK ‘needs decarbonised power system to achieve net zero’
Monday 13th March 2023
A decarbonised power system is the central requirement for achieving Net Zero in the UK and the “prize” for all modern economies, according to a report.
Government establishes new department for net zero
Tuesday 7th February 2023
A new Department for Energy Security and Net Zero has been created by the prime minister, along with three other departments.
Skidmore’s green proposals ‘should be aligned with other legislation’
Tuesday 17th January 2023
A green body has welcomed the findings of Mission Zero, a rapid review by the former energy minister Chris Skidmore, which calls on the government to recognise that there is no future economy but a green economy.
Government must make ‘reduction of energy demand part of economic strategy’
Monday 3rd October 2022
A trade association has urged the government to include reducing energy demand as part of its strategy for economic growth and review of net zero policy.
Mini-budget eschews green goals for economic ones
Tuesday 27th September 2022
The government’s mini-budget prioritised economic growth “at the expense of crucial climate and environmental targets”, according to reactions from the sector.
Businesses facing rising energy bills receive help from government
Wednesday 21st September 2022
The government has announced new support for businesses and public sector organisations facing rising energy bills in Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
Sector welcomes government’s energy proposals but calls for longer-term measures
Thursday 8th September 2022
Prime Minister Liz Truss's energy package must be followed by a national programme to upgrade the UK's buildings and shift heating systems from gas to renewable energy.
New PM must recommit to ‘net zero’
Monday 5th September 2022
Prime Minister Liz Truss must recommit to net zero goals the Conservative Party was elected on, says a charity as the new leader was elected to lead the country.