The UK has made impressive progress in cutting its greenhouse gas emissions since 1990, but our latest infographic shows current policy is not enough to meet emissions targets
Guidance covering grades of wood acceptable for small-scale biomass boilers is inconsistent, according to the Wood Recyclers’ Association
Fine particulate matter from biomass burning could have increased by a third since 1990, according to government advisers
The UK economy has enjoyed major reductions in carbon and energy intensity, driven by a switch to gas, renewable generation and greater energy efficiency, but progress is slowing
The UK’s renewable energy sector continues to grow, but growth of employment is slowing due to policy roll-backs and uncertainties since 2015 and the EU referendum.
An increasingly complex, decentralised grid with high levels of renewable generation will also have to manage the impact as heating and transport electrify
Electrification, new heat networks, conversion to hydrogen and smarter, user friendly controls for customers are needed to decarbonise heat, say experts
Hundreds of planned biogas plants could be scrapped over “policy uncertainty”
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